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At the time of the House Special Subcommittee's investigation into the Drazen family's vendetta against Bauer Senator David Palmer, Nakada was one of eleven high-value prisoners being held in secret in the Department of Defense's Mobile Underground Detention and Detainment network.
In testimony, Lieutant Colonel Kevin Newton of the DIA's Special Unit for Counterintelligence Initiatives provided Nakada's name to the Subcommittee, along with IRA soldier Liam O'Shea and wanted terrorist Abdullah Al-Adel. Stunned, Roy Schneider remarked that he had just met with the Emperor of Japan two weeks prior. (Findings at CTU)