Keith J. Fledger is a Canadian Journalist that came to Chernarus seeking to document the neglected story in Chernarus during the Civil War of 2009. His articles and videos were ultimately ineffective, drawing very little attention from the west. He was quickly running out of funds for his projects. With nothing to show for his effort, he sold what little he had left and bought a small home in Miroslavl. Knowing very little of the local dialect, he found a Cherno-American named Florence Kimbell, able to translate Keith's new stories geared toward the local populace. Eventually, after a few years, he obtained a solid grasp of the language, and Florence only edited small mistakes in his papers.
Keith became a fairly well-known name around Chernarus, and many enjoyed tuning in to his radio news programs he hosted in the evening. He eventually made a documentary entitled "Triumph After Tragedy" documenting the inspiring recovery of the Chernarussian people following the brutal Civil War. It received critical acclaim in the West, netting him a considerable income. With a large amount of funds at his disposal, he started a ambitious new project that brought him to South Zagoria. That's when disaster struck.
The CDF quickly evacuated him from the hotel he was staying in, and in the midst of the confusion and terror, lost all of his crew. He was brought to a refuge station back in Miroslavl, where he stayed for a couple of days. Terrified, and missing his home, he snuck out of the camp. Miroslavl was overrun that day but luckily, Keith had time to flee while the infected were preoccupied with the camp. From then on he spent most of his days squatting in numerous areas of lower activity, spending his time getting equipment together. But eventually, the overwhelming urge to go back to his calling finally overtook his urge to be safe. Today is the day Keith reintegrates himself with society. Or what's left of it.