List of S.W.A.T. (2017 TV series) characters

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This is an overview of the regular, recurring, and other characters of the TV series S.W.A.T..

Main characters[edit]

Overview[edit]

Actor Character Position Seasons
1 2 3 4
Shemar Moore Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson Sergeant II Main
Stephanie Sigman Jessica Cortez Captain Main
Alex Russell James “Jim”Street Officer III Main
Lina Esco Christina "Chris" Alonso Officer III Main
Kenny Johnson Dominique Luca Officer III+1 Main
Peter Onorati Jeff Mumford Sergeant II Main Recurring Guest
Jay Harrington David "Deacon" Kay Sergeant II Main
David Lim Victor Tan Officer III Main
Patrick St. Esprit Robert Hicks Commander Recurring Main
Amy Farrington Piper Lynch Lt. Detective Main Recurring

Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson Jr.[edit]

Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson
S.W.A.T. character
Shemar Moore Cannes 2012.jpg
Hondo Harrelson is played by actor Shemar Moore.
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byShemar Moore
Donald Dash (teenager)
In-universe information
Full nameDaniel Harrelson, Jr.
GenderMale
OccupationPolice officer
FamilyDaniel Harrelson, Sr. (father)
Charice Harrelson (mother)
Winnie Harrelson (older sister)
Briana Harrelson (half-sister)
Significant otherJessica Cortez (ex-girlfriend)
Nia Wells (ex-girlfriend)
Genise (ex-girlfriend)
Nichelle (ex-girlfriend)
Elle Trask (ex-girlfriend)
ChildrenDarryl Henderson (adoptive son)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
Years of service1998/1999–Present
RankLAPD Sergeant-2.jpg Sergeant II
AwardsLAPD Expert Marksmanship Badge

Sergeant II Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson Jr is a fictional character and the protagonist of the CBS TV series S.W.A.T.. He is portrayed by former Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore.[1]

Biography[edit]

A native of South Los Angeles, Daniel Harrelson was born to Daniel Harrelson, Sr. and Charice Harrelson; he also has a sister, Winnie. When he was a kid, his father left the family after falling in love with another woman and moved to Oakland, California, where he eventually had another daughter, Briana. Hondo and his dad remained in touch, going up to live with him during the summers of his teenage years.[2]

As a kid, Hondo and two of his best friends Leroy (Michael Beach) and Darryl ran with a gang, but after Darryl's death, Hondo went to high school (graduating from Crenshaw High School[3]) and eventually joined the force.[4]

After high school, Hondo enlisted in the United States Marine Corps; he served four years (1994 to 1998) with the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines out of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and deployed to Somalia.[5] After his enlistment ended, Hondo elected not to re-up and instead joined the Los Angeles Police Department.[6]

Hondo began his LAPD career as a patrol officer with the 77th Street Area.[7] He served as a patrolman for six years before becoming a member of SWAT. By 2016, he was serving as a Senior Lead Officer on Sergeant Buck Spivey's (Louis Ferreira) SWAT Team.[8] He knows everyone in the neighborhood and treats them all with respect, and they usually give him information pertinent to his cases when he asks for it in return.

In 2017, Hondo was unexpectedly promoted to Team Leader after Buck was fired for accidentally shooting an unarmed black teenager during a shootout over senior team member Sergeant Deacon Kay (Jay Harrington) in a blatant attempt to ease the tensions between the community and the LAPD.[9]

Four months prior to the series, Hondo began a surreptitious romantic relationship with Captain Jessica Cortez (Stephanie Sigman), which, while frowned upon, was not expressly forbidden by LAPD policy; however, after his promotion to Team Leader (which put him directly under her command), the two struggled to keep their relationship secret. Hondo ultimately broke up with her after they were caught by Commissioner Michael Plank (Peter Facinelli) in order to protect her career.[10] He later started a relationship with Nia Wells (Nikiva Dionne), a Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney and recent divorcée.[11] The relationship ended due to his anger after an encounter with a racist Arizona Department of Public Safety officer and the inability to prosecute the man who drugged and attempted to rape his sister.[12][13]

In "Invisible", after failing to secure a good foster family for Darryl Henderson, the teenage son of his friend Leroy, Hondo decided to apply to become Darryl's official foster father.[14]

Overtime, Hondo becomes disillusioned with the LAPD after they fail to terminate a group of racist police officers despite Deacon handing a recording proving their guilt. Disgusted with the LAPD’s lack of action, Hondo goes to the LA Times and reveals everything at great risk to his career. Although the racist officers are finally terminated, Hondo is demoted as team leader for going to the press.

As a SWAT officer, Hondo drives a 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit and carries a Kimber Custom TLE II in .45 ACP as his duty weapon.

His Callsign is 20-David.

Jessica Cortez[edit]

Jessica Cortez
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Last appearance"Kangaroo"
May 16, 2019
Portrayed byStephanie Sigman
In-universe information
GenderFemale
TitleCaptain
OccupationPolice officer
Significant otherHondo Harrelson (ex-boyfriend)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankUS-O3 insignia.svg Captain

Captain Jessica Cortez is the Commanding Officer of the LAPD Metropolitan Division. She is a respected officer who has plans to improve the relationship between the LAPD and the citizens of Los Angeles, despite some resistance from the rank and file. She is portrayed by Stephanie Sigman.[15]

The daughter of immigrants, Jessica became a naturalized American citizen in her early 20s.

Four months prior to the series, Jessica began a surreptitious romantic relationship with SWAT Officer Hondo Harrelson (Shemar Moore), which, while frowned upon, was not expressly forbidden by LAPD policy; however, after his promotion to 20-David Team Leader (which put him directly under her command), the two struggled to keep their relationship secret. Hondo ultimately broke up with her after they were caught by Commissioner Michael Plank (Peter Facinelli) in order to protect her career.[10]

She eventually leaves LAPD to accept the undercover work for the FBI.

As an LAPD captain, Jessica carries a Glock 19 in 9×19mm as her duty weapon.

Jim Street[edit]

James "Jim" Street
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byAlex Russell
In-universe information
GenderMale
TitleOfficer III
OccupationPolice officer
FamilyKaren Street (mother)
Eddie Street (father; deceased)
Significant otherMolly Hicks (ex-girlfriend)
RelativesNate Warren (foster brother; deceased)
Ralph Street (uncle)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankOfficer III

Officer James "Jim" Street is the newest member of SWAT. He transferred over from the Long Beach Police Department. He is portrayed by Alex Russell.[16]

When Street was 12 years old, his mother Karen was arrested by future SWAT Team Leader Buck Spivey for murdering her abusive husband/Street's father, and since live in a foster home alongside his foster brother, Nate Warren, whom he recently reconnects. Early on, Street proves to be a hotshot cop and a lone wolf, taking dangerous risks to get the bad guys, making Hondo question whether or not he's fit for SWAT. He still visits his mother in prison, although his mother does take advantage of him, which leads him into more trouble with Hondo. Ultimately, in the season finale, Street strains his relationship with the team to deal with another crisis involving his mother, which leads to Hondo kicking him off SWAT.

Eventually, after learning his mother resorts into cocaine again, Street is finally done with his mother and moves out from his house. Afterwards, he apologized to Hondo, stating he was right all along. Hondo accept his apology, and get him to SWAT Academy. After weeks back at the academy, despite not being chosen back at SWAT, Deacon decides to bring him back for one day before Hicks and Hondo revealed that Street will rejoin SWAT on probationary period for 6 months. He eventually reports his estranged mother for parole violation and narcotics influence and has no choice but to send her back to prison. He was dating Molly Hicks, who happens to be the daughter of his superior, Robert Hicks until he breaks up with her since he doesn't love her more than enough that Molly deserves.

His call sign is 26-David.

Chris Alonso[edit]

Christina "Chris" Alonso
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byLina Esco
In-universe information
Full nameChristina Alonso
GenderFemale
TitleOfficer III
OccupationPolice officer
FamilyUnnamed mother (deceased)
Unnamed father
Significant otherClark Thompson (ex-boyfriend)
Kira & Ty (ex-girlfriend & ex-boyfriend),
RelativesVictoria Josie Kay (god daughter)
Sarzo (uncle)
Tomas (cousin)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankOfficer III

Officer III Christina "Chris" Alonso is the sole female officer in SWAT, and is just as tough as any of the men. Before joining SWAT, she was a dog handler with the Canine Platoon. She is portrayed by Lina Esco.[17]

In "Homecoming", Chris reveals to Street that she's bisexual,[4] and later mentions that her large, extended family initially struggled to understand her bisexuality, but now embrace it (with one of her younger relatives teasing her about dating both boys and girls).

In "Crews", Chris is asked by Officer Erika Rogers, a SWAT candidate, to help her prepare for joining the teams; although she declines to help directly – believing that the only woman in SWAT helping the only current female SWAT candidate wouldn't do either of them any good – she does arrange for Street to help her on the course and Luca (who is a member of the SWAT selection board) to ensure Officer Rogers gets a fair shake from the members.[18]

In "Day Off", When her cousin, Tomas, was 12 and was diagnosed with Leukemia, Chris donated her bone marrow to save his life.

In "Patrol", Chris is offered a spot on Sergeant Mumford's team (which would come with a promotion), but she turned him down to remain on Hondo's team.[2]

In "Sea Legs", she reveals her mother died in a car accident when she was 13.

In "Animus", Chris reveals to Lieutenant Piper Lynch that she was kidnapped by a group of men when she was 15, who thought she was someone else, where she was raped. She never reported the incident and didn't tell her family until years later. She decided to become a cop because she was done being afraid. She never told her S.W.A.T. family about the incident.

Her call sign is 24-David.

Dominique Luca[edit]

Dominique Luca
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byKenny Johnson
In-universe information
Full nameDominique Luca
GenderMale
TitleOfficer III+1
OccupationPolice officer
FamilyCarl Luca (father)
Unnamed mother
Terry Luca (brother)
RelativesJack Luca (grandfather)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankOfficer III+1

Officer III+1 Dominique Luca is a third-generation SWAT officer and current third-in-command of Hondo's team; his grandfather was on one of the LAPD's first SWAT Teams in the 1970s. He is portrayed by Kenny Johnson.[17]

Luca acts as the driver of SWAT's main transport truck, affectionately called 'Black Betty.' Deacon admits that Luca is a gifted mechanic, as he is seen driving various other SWAT-related vehicles. Early in Season one, Luca was kicked out of his apartment by his girlfriend and the team is reluctant to take him in, due to him being a terrible houseguest, despite his friendly and easy-going personality. Street was forced to take him as punishment for earlier actions. In 'Miracle', he mentions that the top of his bucket list is getting a picture with Beyoncé which he achieved after winning a game of 'SWAT-Tag' with Chris.

In "Patrol", Luca reveals that he is dyslexic and wasn't diagnosed as such until he was 14.[2] In "Source", Street is forced to kick Luca out of his apartment to make way for his mother, but because he doesn't like living alone, Chris gives him a retired K-9 drug dog called Duke as a pet.

In "The Tiffany Experience", Luca invites Street to be his roommate again, which he gladly accepted.

His Callsign is 22-David.

Victor Tan[edit]

Victor Tan
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byDavid Lim
In-universe information
Full nameVictor Tan
GenderMale
TitleOfficer III
OccupationPolice officer
FamilyUnnamed father (deceased)
Fei Tan (mother)
Jacob Tan (brother)
Significant otherBonnie Lonsdale (wife)
Ally (ex-fling)
RelativesUnnamed grandfather (deceased)
Unnamed sister-in-law (Jacob's wife)
Unnamed aunt & uncle (Zee's parents)
Zee (cousin; deceased)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankOfficer III

Officer III Victor Tan is a three-year veteran of SWAT, joining after serving with the LAPD Hollywood Division's Vice Squad. He is portrayed by David Lim.[19]

In "Rocket Fuel", it was revealed that he joined the LAPD because of his deceased cousin who thought was killed in a car accident, but later revealed to be overdosed by the PCP drug.

His callsign is 25-David.

Jack Mumford[edit]

Sergeant II Jack Mumford is another SWAT Team Leader whose team frequently works alongside Hondo's. He is portrayed by Peter Onorati.[20]

He has been divorced three times; in "Payback", he gets engaged again after only a month-long courtship, and they are married soon after.[5]

In "S.O.S.", he is also a SWAT training instructor alongside Rocker. He retired in "Invisible", leaving command of his team to Sgt. Rocker.[14]

His callsign was 50-David.

David "Deacon" Kay[edit]

David "Deacon" Kay
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byJay Harrington
In-universe information
GenderMale
OccupationPolice officer
SpouseAnnie Kay (wife; 2008-present)
ChildrenMatthew Kay (son)
Lila Kay (daughter)
Samuel Kay (son)
Victoria Josie Kay (daughter)
RelativesMary Beth (mother-in-law)
Cathleen (aunt; deceased)
ReligionCatholic
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankLAPD Sergeant-2.jpg Sergeant II

The senior member of Hondo's team, Sergeant II David "Deacon" Kay has been with SWAT for 10 years. After Buck was fired, Deacon was passed over for promotion (despite his seniority) in favor of Hondo who was selected in a blatant attempt to ease the tensions between the community and the LAPD. He is portrayed by Jay Harrington.[21]

Deacon is the only member of the team to be married and have children; he and his wife Annie (portrayed by Bre Blair) celebrated their 10-year anniversary in 2018. In "Seizure", Annie suffers a seizure and is hospitalized in need of emergency surgery. However, in the next episode, Annie collapses again and Cortez reaches out Plank in order to get a specialist to save her life. In the season one finale, Deacon and Annie renew their vows with their friends present with Deacon taking extra time off to take care of the kids so Annie can pursue her original career as a lawyer, however Annie revealed she is pregnant again.

In season 2, Deacon begins to struggle financially, forcing him to take on a second job as a security consultant for a friend of Hondo's. Luca notices his struggles with money and gives him money to help them out. Things reach breaking point after his newborn daughter, Victoria Josie Kay, is diagnosed with a heart condition and he is unable to pay for the operation to fix it. He reaches out to a former loan shark he once busted for a loan to pay for the operation, but due to him crashing into a truck to prevent it from hitting civilians, he is injured and forced to go to rehab in the coming months, making him worry about his situation even more.

In "Cash Flow", Deacon was offered command of Sgt. Mumford's team after Mumford announced his retirement, but Deacon withdrew his name for consideration after he took money from a crime scene for a minute before putting it back.

One of his three children, Lila, is named after a school shooting victim back in 2013. His call sign is 30-David.

Robert Hicks[edit]

Robert "Bob" Hicks
S.W.A.T. character
First appearance"Pilot"
November 2, 2017
Portrayed byPatrick St. Esprit
In-universe information
Full nameRobert Hicks
GenderMale
TitleS.W.A.T. Commander
OccupationPolice officer
SpouseBarbara Hicks (wife; 1995-2015; deceased)
ChildrenJohn Paul "J.P." Hicks (son)
Molly Hicks (daughter)
NationalityAmerican
Police career
DepartmentLos Angeles Police Department
RankUS-O7 insignia.svg Commander

A senior officer with the LAPD Special Operations Bureau, Commander Robert Hicks is the direct superior and mentor of Captain Jessica Cortez. In 2017, he fired Sergeant Buck Spivey after he accidentally shot an unarmed black teenager during a shootout and appointed Hondo Harrelson as his replacement over senior team member Sergeant Deacon Kay in a blatant attempt to ease the tensions between the community and the LAPD.[9] He is portrayed by Patrick St. Esprit.

Cmdr. Hicks is a widower; his wife Barbara passed away due to Alzheimer three years prior to "Seizure". The two of them were close friends with the Kay family; it was Barbara who taught Deacon's wife Annie how to be a SWAT wife. He and Barbara have two children, Molly, an attorney who lives in Pittsburgh, and John-Paul "J.P", a gay-rights protester and drug user with whom he has been estranged with for most of his life that only got worse after Barbara's death.

As a senior officer with the LAPD, Cmdr. Hicks carries a Kimber Custom TLE II in .45 ACP as his duty weapon.

St. Esprit was promoted to a series regular for season 2.[22]

Piper Lynch[edit]

Lieutenant Piper Lynch is an LAPD detective appointed by the mayor as a tactical consultant to SWAT. Despite being a challenge to the team’s normal strategies in the field and not being a S.W.A.T. officer, she is an experienced detective with impressive contacts all over Los Angeles. She is portrayed by Amy Farrington.

Recurring characters[edit]

Overview[edit]

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4
Lou Ferrigno Jr. Donovan Rocker Recurring
Louis Ferreira William "Buck" Spivey Guest Recurring
Sherilyn Fenn Karen Street Recurring Guest Guest
Bre Blair Annie Kay Recurring Guest Recurring
Peter Facinelli Michael Plank Recurring
Deshae Frost Darryl Henderson Guest Recurring
Michael Beach Leroy Henderson Guest Recurring
Cathy Cahlin Ryan Dr. Wendy Hughes Guest Recurring Guest
Obba Babatundé Daniel Harrelson Sr. Guest Recurring
Lyndie Greenwood Erika Rogers Guest Recurring
Nikiva Dionne Nia Wells Recurring Guest
Otis Gallop Sergeant Stevens Guest Recurring
Juan Javier Cardenas Beni Recurring
Debbie Allen Charice Harrelson Recurring Guest
Daniel Lissing Ty Recurring Guest
Laura James Molly Hicks Guest Recurring Guest
Michael Marc Friedman Sgt. Becker Recurring
Cory Hardrict Nate Warren Recurring
Rochelle Aytes Nichelle Recurring
Adam Aalderks Durham Recurring

Other S.W.A.T. Members[edit]

Buck Spivey[edit]

Sergeant II William "Buck" Spivey is a former LAPD SWAT Team Leader. In 2017, his long and distinguished career came to an abrupt end when he was fired for accidentally shooting an unarmed black teenager.[9] He is portrayed by Louis Ferreira.

Donovan Rocker[edit]

Sergeant II Donovan Rocker is a SWAT officer from Mumford's SWAT team, and also a SWAT training instructor. He is portrayed by Lou Ferrigno Jr.

In "Invisible", Sgt. Rocker took over command of the retiring Sgt. Mumford's team.[14]

Sgt. Stevens[edit]

Sergeant Stevens is a veteran SWAT member. He is portrayed by real-life San Diego Police S.W.A.T. officer Otis Gallop, who also serves as the shows technical advisor.

Officer Beni[edit]

Officer Beni is a S.W.A.T officer who temporarily filled in for Street when Hondo's team was a man down. He is portrayed by Juan Javier Cardenas.

Erika Rogers[edit]

Officer III Erika Rogers is a newly recruited S.W.A.T. officer assigned to Rocker's 50-David squad. She was killed after being involved in a shootout with a suspect. She is portrayed by Lyndie Greenwood.

Dr. Wendy Hughes[edit]

Dr. Wendy Hughes is a psychologist who usually assists the S.W.A.T unit. She is portrayed by Cathy Cahlin Ryan. Ryan previously starred on The Shield, also created by her real life husband, Shawn Ryan.

Officer Nora Fowler[edit]

Officer Nora Fowler is the newly-created Tactical Emergency Medical Support Officer for S.W.A.T. Hicks assigns her to 20-David as an experiment to minimize wait time for medical personal in the field, however Hondo was against the idea because the team was still reeling from Erika Rogers' death. Formerly an Army Combat Medic in Afghanistan, EMT with LAFD and certified in mountain and deep water rescue, Fowler proved herself as an asset to the team in trying to save the life of a suspect, despite Hondo's orders. However, the two later came to an understanding at the end of the episode. She is portrayed by Norma Kuhling

Durham[edit]

Durham is a member of S.W.A.T that sometimes works with Hondo's team. However, it was revealed later on that he has racist views and was exposed by Deacon alongside two other like-minded cops. He is portrayed by Adam Aalderks.

Friends and Family of the SWAT team[edit]

Daniel Harrelson, Sr.[edit]

Daniel Harrelson, Sr. is Hondo's father. He is portrayed by Obba Babatundé.

Charice Harrelson[edit]

Charice Harrelson is Hondo's mother. She is portrayed by Debbie Allen.

Briana Harrelson[edit]

Briana Harrelson is Hondo's half-sister. She is portrayed by Gabrielle Dennis#.

Winnie Harrelson[edit]

Winnie Harrelson is Hondo's older sister. She is portrayed by April Parker Jones.

Darryl Henderson[edit]

Darryl Henderson, the son of Hondo's best friend who spent time in juvenile detention. He later lives with Hondo, and in "Invisible", Hondo reveals that he will attempt to become Darryl's legal guardian. He is portrayed by Deshae Frost.

Leroy Henderson[edit]

Leroy Henderson, Hondo's childhood friend and father of Darryl Henderson, who was incarcerated in California State Prison from seasons 1-3. Was released on parole in season 4 He is portrayed by Michael Beach.

Nia Wells[edit]

Nia Wells is LA's Deputy District Attorney and Hondo's new love interest introduced in season 2 until they later call off their relationship. Nia briefly returns in season 3 and intends to get back together with Hondo who rejects her. She is portrayed by Nikiva Dionne.

Annie Kay[edit]

Annie Kay is Deacon's wife for 10 years and the mother of his three (four as of Season 2) children. She is portrayed by Bre Blair.

Lila Kay[edit]

Lila Kay is Deacon's daughter, she is named after a school shooting victim. She is portrayed by Amanda Lowe-Oadell.

Carl Luca[edit]

Sergeant I Carl Luca is a veteran of LAPD SWAT and the father of Officer III+1 Dominic Luca and the son of the late Jack Luca, one of the LAPD's first S.W.A.T. officers. He is portrayed by Michael O'Neill.

Karen Street[edit]

Karen Street is Jim Street's estranged mother. She was in prison for killing her abusive husband/Street's father before being released on parole after 18 years of incarceration.

However, in "Saving Face", after Street finds drugs in her purse, he loses all his loyalty to her and permanently severing his ties with her. In "Kangaroo", Street found her using drugs again, thus Street reports to her parole officer, eventually sending her back to prison. She is portrayed by Sherilyn Fenn.

Molly Hicks[edit]

Molly Hicks is Robert Hicks' daughter who works as a pro-bono lawyer and also Street's love interest until he breaks up with her. She is portrayed by Laura James.

Nate Warren[edit]

Nate Warren is Jim Street's foster brother. Nate is murdered in the episode Good Cop by crime boss Teague Nolan in retaliation for Street arresting Nolan. He is portrayed by Cory Hardrict.

Nichelle[edit]

Nichelle is Hondo's love interest introduced in season 3. She is portrayed by Rochelle Aytes

Terry Luca[edit]

Terry Luca is Dominique Luca's brother. He is portrayed by Ryan Hurst.

Other characters[edit]

Michael Plank[edit]

Michael Plank is the President of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners who is currently working with Captain Cortez on various initiatives designed to improve relations between the LAPD and the community. Commissioner Plank also serves on the Los Angeles Board of Education. He is portrayed by Peter Facinelli.[23]

In "Hoax", Michael steps down from the Police Commission in order to run for Governor of California.

Raymont Harris[edit]

Aaron Bledsoe as Raymont Harris, the teenager shot by Buck. Hondo maintains contact with Harris after the incident.

Tony Larmen[edit]

Joseph Lee Anderson as Officer Tony Larmen, Street's patrol partner

Mayor Barrett[edit]

Bess Armstrong as Mayor Barrett, mayor of Los Angeles.[24]

Strickland[edit]

Sean Riggs as Officer Strickland, an officer from Long Beach PD

Guest[edit]

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