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Ramin Ahmadi was a man with terrorist connections investigated by Jack Bauer and Ed Burchanel during Trinity.

Before Trinity Edit

Ramin was nicknamed "The Fat Man" due to his enormous weight.

In 1993, Ramin was questioned in the first rounds of interrogation after the World Trade Center bombing. However, his only real connection to the World Trade Center bombing was an association with some of the Blind Sheik’s zealous friends, and a knack for investing their money profitably. The FBI and Federal prosecutors had chosen not to pursue a case against him.

Since 1993, Ramin had been interviewed several times by the Feds, and each time he insisted that 1993 had scared him into a much more cautious and upstanding circle of friends.

Ramin later relocated to Los Angeles. Through a distant connection to Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya, Ramin learned of Abdul Rahman Yasin's presence. Though he didn't know Yasin's plan, he knew it involved the number "three."

Trinity Edit

Through a contact named Farouk in Cairo, Jack Bauer learned of Ramin's connection to Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya and came to interrogate him with the help of his acquaintance in the FBI, Ed Burchanel.

At the two agents presence, Ramin revealed everything he knew of Yasin. As he sat to take a seat, Ramin's enormous weight triggered a bomb planted into his seat. His house exploded as a result, and Ramin was instantly killed. Burchanel and Bauer would have died as well has Ramin's body not somewhat shielded them from the blast.

It was later revealed that the bomb was planted by terrorist Michael Shalhoub who did not want Ramin to divulge any important information.

Live appearancesEdit

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