SOMBRA (Eng: The Shadow) is the main criminal organization in Criminal Case: World Edition.
SOMBRA used the prime minister of European finances, Archibald Gilchrist, to plant bombs all over Europe and to create the cult called "The Promethians" to terrorize Europe. If The Bureau have not stopped Gilchrist and arrested him for murder and terrorism, Europe would have been nothing but dust.
The Sahara Region
SOMBRA used ancient Arabic professor, Omar Bahir to kidnap and decapitate an eight-year-old boy named Andrew Stern, but was stopped. Omar, or "The sword", then killed Anir Aznag and used the fear of the people in the Sahara to terrorize them. Luckily filed except, Jonah Karam killed him before he could killed Carmen and the player.
SOMBRA then used Russian space agency director, Natasha Romanova to launch the SOMBRA satellite and take control over the world's technology. But then, SOMBRA fired Natasha and Natasha was sent to 75 years in prison.
SOMBRA then used NGO worker, Warren Goodfellow to kill tuk-tuk driver Sandeep Sadhra and to throw guru Padmasana in prison.
SOMBRA then used Japanese grandmother, Obaasan to pick up and Brainwash orphans to hunt down, attack, and kill each other in a hunger-games type game, which resulted in the deaths of 51 children.
SOMBRA used mad scientist, Marshal Melclaf to experiment on hundreds of children in Oceania.
SOMBRA used the team's very own coroner, Angela Douglas to kill Livinia De Brills and to betray the Bureau and helping with diamond Smuggling.
SOMBRA's founder and former leader, Arsenio Castillo confessed to all his crimes, but also revealed that there's a new El Rey.
The new SOMBRA leader, Hector Montoya had been responsible for everything that has happened in the series. He then used US vice-president Sarah Bennett to murder Natasha Romanova and to kidnap the US president, which almost started WWIII. SOMBRA has then come to an end, but at the cost of Armand Dupont, who died later from the bullet wound to the chest caused by Sarah Bennett.
Mysteries of the Past
Travel In Time
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