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Taheiji Koyama is the final target in the Sarajevo six Playstation dlc, having hired 47 to kill him and his conspirators.
Koyama worked for CICADA, an unscrupulous mercenary group. He was known for always having backup plans as well as being a fantastic coordinator. A simple heist turned into a shootout, leading to many innocent people getting murdered. He still continued with his action, but was appauled by what he was doing.
He retired shortly after his atrocities and dedicated the rest of his life to stopping people like him from causing any more tragedies. He funded anti-war charities and became a motivational speaker to raise awareness about things he had done, without implicating himself. He loathed the man he was and had an even greater hatred for the other mercenaries, who had never shown remorse for their actions.
He was diagonsed with Elven syndrome, a disease that would kill him eventually. Not wanting to die of natural causes, he saw this as an opportunity to give some closure to his victims, hiring 47 to kill his 5 teammates before assassinating him.
Events in the game
When he is encountered, he is a weak husk of a man, requiring beathing equipment to survive. He will instantly recognise 47 and initiate a conversation with the assassin.
He confesses his crimes and explains how he hopes to reveal everything him and his companions have done as a form of penace, acknowleging he is beyond redemption. Before tasking 47 to reveal the files, he turns his back to him, waiting for the inevitable. If sufforcated, his last words are to thank the assassin, finally finding some form of closure for what he has done.