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You stab me?! A little piece of shit child?!
~ J-12 trying to kill Farah Karim.
I'LL CRUSH YOUR LITTLE NECK!
~ J-12's homicidal breakdown as he tries to strangle Hadir.

J-12 is a minor yet pivotal antagonist in the 2019 video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. He is a Russian soldier and member of a rogue military force led by General Barkov and partook in the invasion into Urzikstan.

He was voiced by Stefan Kapičić.

Biography

During Barkov's invasion into Urzikstan, he enters the Karim family's house and points his AK-47 at Walid Karim and his children as they are leaving the house. Walid tells them to let his children go and J-12 refuses, continuing to point his weapon at him. Seeing no other option, Walid throws his backpack at J-12 and fights him. J-12 then pulls out a knife to attack Walid and Waild's son Hadir attempts to get the soldier off of his father but is knocked to the ground. Waild grabs the J-12's knife and stabs him in the gut, but he still overpowered by the soldier. J-12 fatally shoots Walid, and is contacted by his superior, soldier J-13, to report.

J-12 is ordered to keep Hadir alive, and to bring him to a truck. J-12 tells the soldier that there is another child, Farah, in the house and asks the soldier what are they going to do with Hadir. J-13 says that they will use him as a human shield, however, Farah may be killed if he so desires. As J-12 searches the house for the child, Farah stays hidden and picks up sharp household objects, sneaking up on the muscular soldier and stabbing him in both legs, although he remains standing. J-12, incredulous that a child was able to injure him, labels Farah a "Suka" and becomes determined to kill her. On her third attempt, J-12 catches Farah, disarming and wrestling the child to the ground before trying to strangle her.

Before he could finish, Hadir regained consciousness and jumped onto J-12, stabbing him in the shoulder. The two struggled for control of the knife, and Hadir ordered Farah to kill the soldier. Farah stabs J-12 twice in the stomach, but when this does not work, she stabs him in the chest. These severe wounds are not enough to kill the soldier, who managed to rip the knife out of his shoulder and strike Farah across the face, before forcing Hadir off his back. Enraged at all the injuries that children inflicted on him, J-12 begins to strangle Hadir, endearing that he will crush his "little neck". However, Farah grabs the distracted the soldier's AK-47 and fires into his back, finally killing him.

J-12's gas mask is taken by Farah, who then proceeded to flee the house with her brother after a tearful goodbye with their father. Soldiers outside of the house can be heard stating that J-12 is missing from the group and not responding on radio. One soldier jokingly asks how he could have gone missing based on his size and build. His squad eventually find his body and inform their team leader.

His death and actions make an impact on both Hadir and Farah, who then grow up to lead the Urzikstan Liberation Force against General Barkov with the desire to kill him and retake the country from his oppressive control.

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