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The Freelancer
Biographical information
aka Number 145
Status 507px-Handcuff  Incarcerated
Physical description
Career information
Job Assassin
Out-of-Universe information
First Seen The Freelancer
Last Seen The Freelancer
Season(s) 1
Actor(s) Daniel Sauli
For the episode, see The Freelancer.

The Freelancer was an assassin and member of The Blacklist.


The Freelancer was a notoriously ruthless assassin who disguised his murders as accidents, often targeted at whole buildings or large methods of transportation such as airplanes, trains, or ships. According to Raymond Reddington he had killed 3,600 innocent people in his accidents. Almost all of those deaths were just collateral damage done to get to a few key people. Red compared his scale of carnage to terrorist organizations and governments.

The FreelancerEdit

During interrogation, Reddington informs Ressler that something is about to happen at a trainyard. Ressler goes there with a group of searchers and bomb technicians at the time Red gave, but finds nothing. As they are about to leave, a train derails and crashes, killing several people onboard. Red later tells the FBI that there was a federal judge among the victims.

The Freelancer later appears in disguise as a waiter at Floriana Campo's fundraiser where he poisoned her. He was recognized by Raymond Reddington, who alerted him to Elizabeth Keen and Donald Ressler, and fled. He was chased by Donald Ressler, and was captured when he was knocked down by a taxi driven by Elizabeth Keen. After he was captured, he was interrogated by Meera Malik and Ressler. He confessed that it was Reddington who had hired him to assassinate Floriana Campo.


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