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THE X-FILES/FOX/1993-2002
**(Steven Williams) Mr. X, a covert African-American government agent who provides information (about alien conspiracy to take over the planet Earth) to white FBI agent Fox "Spooky" Mulder. Mr. X was Mulder's contact after Deep Throat died. Mr. X, too, was later killed but before he died he wrote the cryptic initials SRSG on the floor in his own blood at the entrance of Mulder's apartment. The letters lead to Marita Covarrubias, the Special Representative for the Secretary General. On episode "Herrenvolk" Mr. X. was lured to Mulder's apartment when he saw the letter "X" taped to Mulder's window. This "X" was Mulder's way of letting Mr. X know he wanted to talk to him. On episode "731" Mr. X saved Mulder by carrying him out of the train car before it exploded. Another Black agent involved with Mulder and the conspiracy was Alvin Kersh (James Pickens, Jr.), a former Vietnam Veteran and military pilot who was placed in charge of "The X-Files" operative Fox Mulder and Dana Scully when they were removed from the X-Files assignments. Kersh was later promoted to Deputy Director and assigned white agent John Doggett to find Mulder who had turned up missing. Kirsch was seen as both a skeptic who never believed in the tall tales about Alien conspiracy and yet at times, he seemed to be involved in the conspiracy to keep Mulder from the Truth? On the series finale Kersh oversaw the Kangaroo military tribunal that accused Mulder of wrong doing. When Mulder was sentenced to death by lethal injection Kersh helps him escape. He tells Mulder and Scully to go to Canada and be off the continent in 24 hours.
 

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