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Sainclair acted as a handler for [[Overwatch (group)|Overwatch]]. He claimed that the organization took him for granted and was "poisoned from the very start." The longer he stayed with them, the more apparent Overwatch's corruption became apparent. He fed insider information to [[Talon]] as an associate, his actions helping ensure that Talon remained a thorn in Overwatch's side for years. Talon paid him handsomely for the information he provided. After Overwatch shut down, he became the owner of [[Sainclair Pharmaceuticals]], which held a monopoly in the industry over the people in [[Haiti]]. He sent a portion of the profits to Talon.<ref name = "WYLB"/>
 
Sainclair acted as a handler for [[Overwatch (group)|Overwatch]]. He claimed that the organization took him for granted and was "poisoned from the very start." The longer he stayed with them, the more apparent Overwatch's corruption became apparent. He fed insider information to [[Talon]] as an associate, his actions helping ensure that Talon remained a thorn in Overwatch's side for years. Talon paid him handsomely for the information he provided. After Overwatch shut down, he became the owner of [[Sainclair Pharmaceuticals]], which held a monopoly in the industry over the people in [[Haiti]]. He sent a portion of the profits to Talon.<ref name = "WYLB"/>
   
===What You Left Behind===
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===What You Leave Behind===
 
As the prices and profits increased, Sainclair stopped sending his payments to Talon. As a result, [[Mauga]] and [[Trung Le Nguyen]] were sent to his [[Sainclair's mansion|manor]] to collect what he had owed, or to eliminate him. Nguyen, having recruited Baptiste to join them, contacted Sainclair ahead of time, letting him know they were coming, but Sainclair had his private security attack them. In the resulting firefight, not only did his forces fail to take out the Talon operatives, but they were able to fight their way to his office, cornering him. He swore that he was loyal to Talon, before unloading a revolver onto them. However, the bullets just ricocheted off Mauga's shield. Nguyen angrily asked why he shouldn't just kill him there and then, but Sainclair offered him information in exchange for his life. He showed them a [[data pad]] that had a recording of an Overwatch recall order sent out two days prior. Problem was, Talon was already aware of the recall order. As Nguyen pointed out, Sainclair wasn't the only [[Reaper|former]] [[Moira|Overwatch agent]] on Talon's payroll.
 
As the prices and profits increased, Sainclair stopped sending his payments to Talon. As a result, [[Mauga]] and [[Trung Le Nguyen]] were sent to his [[Sainclair's mansion|manor]] to collect what he had owed, or to eliminate him. Nguyen, having recruited Baptiste to join them, contacted Sainclair ahead of time, letting him know they were coming, but Sainclair had his private security attack them. In the resulting firefight, not only did his forces fail to take out the Talon operatives, but they were able to fight their way to his office, cornering him. He swore that he was loyal to Talon, before unloading a revolver onto them. However, the bullets just ricocheted off Mauga's shield. Nguyen angrily asked why he shouldn't just kill him there and then, but Sainclair offered him information in exchange for his life. He showed them a [[data pad]] that had a recording of an Overwatch recall order sent out two days prior. Problem was, Talon was already aware of the recall order. As Nguyen pointed out, Sainclair wasn't the only [[Reaper|former]] [[Moira|Overwatch agent]] on Talon's payroll.
   

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