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DHS Agent Mark Fallon (Character)
from "Castle" (2009)

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Agent Mark Fallon

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  1. "Castle"
        - Countdown (2011) TV episode, Played by Adrian Pasdar
        - Setup (2011) TV episode, Played by Adrian Pasdar

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From "Castle: Countdown (#3.17)" (2011)
Richard Castle: Why would he steal McCann's identity?
Agent Mark Fallon: [to Beckett and Esposito] I thought this guy was a crime novelist.
Richard Castle: I-I am.
Agent Mark Fallon: Well then you should know that sometimes people who operate outside the law will take the Social Security number of a deceased individual and use it to forge a new identity.
Richard Castle: I know. I've done it three times in my books. What I'm saying is why would he steal Kevin McCann's identity?
Agent Mark Fallon: Because it was convenient.
Richard Castle: Why was it convenient? I mean, the money that was deposited into Amir's account to implicate him, we tracked it back to Afghanistan. McCann served in Afghanistan; maybe there's a link.
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