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|“||So I don't exactly remember where we was talkin' about last time? Not that it matters. 'Specially on account that I wasn't talking to you, was I. Who was that guy? That's alright, it's nice to talk. I like a good conversation but I'm just gonna shut my eyes for a minute here, alright?||„|
|~ Rudy Menzana to Agent 47 if the latter disguised as his therapist|
Rudy Menzana 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, Lorenzo Lombardo and Carmine DeSalvo, after rescuing Agent Carlton Smith.
Rudy Menzana was a member of New York Mafia and a long time organizer of the illegal aliens traffic across the Mexican border to the US. He was just about a household name on both sides of the border, when it comes to delivering drugs, weapons or 1 dollar-per-hour manpower.
However, Rudy's days were numbered with dwindling goodwill from his good fellows and a huge price on his head. As a result, he gave himself in to the Pine Cone Rehabilitation Center.
Undergoing treatment in the clinic, he believed it was more or less a last ditch attempt at hiding from the growing number of bounty hunters. Ironically, he had developed a dependency on alcohol in the clinic to escape the horror in his head.
Rudy actually has no serious mental problem beside fear of death, unlike the two other patients that are potential targets. He does not actually need any help at all within the rehabilitation clinic, and is there only to evade his inevitable death. He is very relaxed and even suggests just shutting his eyes during his therapy session. His way of coping with his paranoia at the clinic is through alcohol, which has ironically sprouted as a minor substance abuse.