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|“||I'll tell you what I tell all you hick, shleepin' gronies. First, there's nothing wrong with me, see. Second, even if there was, I don't care. Three, even if I did care, I wouldn't be talking to you. I don't need pansies for help. If we're clear on that, and I'm sure that we're clear on that, then I'm happy to spend this time discussin' whatever. Sports, news, you know. Whatever. Whaddya say?||„|
|~ Lorenzo Lombardo to Agent 47 if the latter disguised as his therapist.|
Lorenzo Lombardo is a minor antagonist in Hitman: Blood Money and one of the targets in the mission, Flatline, who can potentially be the mission's primal target alongside two others, Carmine DeSalvo and Rudy Menzana, after rescuing Agent Carlton Smith.
Lorenzo Lombardo was known as the "Brain & Bankroll" of the Las Vegas mafia and was a multi-millionaire gambler. He was accused of numerous crimes, such as rape, hijack, burglary and slavery, and yet he was never convicted.
Lombardo knew his time was limited, because some sort of forensic evidence will connect him with one of these crimes, causing him to be convicted. He had planned his departure from the US, but first, he had to undergo some preliminary tests at the Rehabilitation clinic after he was confined intothe Pine Cone Rehabilitation Center.
Lorenzo believed he was sane and claimed to his therapist (which could be disguised by Agent 47) that he had been forced there wrongfully. He told 47 in therapy that he was not crazy, does not care if he was, but will gladly discuss sports or politics with 47.
He apparently had a problem with authority as well. In one instance, he was also told to stay on a strict diet. Instead, he secretly cooked Italian food in his room with a small cooking kit.