Born into a typical large working class family in The Liberties, Dublin. Life was hard growing up for Carlito. He would get into trouble on the streets nicking bits and bobs here and there as he couldn't afford them. His mother Sofia was from Andalusia and his father was just another Dub.
He was let go from his job during the recession due to the wankin' bankers and poxy politicians. And was forced onto the streets. He had been contacted by some INLA members as they saw him begging on Pearse's street. Since he looked vulnerable they approached him. He managed to scrape together a few quid and got up north and joined the fight with them. He was operating from Country Fermanagh but after 2009 the higher ups formally ended the armed campaign. Himself and a few others who had no secondary education were back on the streets in no time.
Back in Dublin he was disowned by his family. His old friends would walk past him without batting an eye as if they didn't recognize him. He was alone. He ended up dealing drugs for a big time Dublin gang which he had an old schoolmate in. After years of gaining their trust he was sent to Belarus, Spain, Portugal, Chernarus with a group of others, to see what kind of drugs were big and to gain any knowledge on any new drugs that were on the street. He was in Chernarus when the crisis hit.
He has joined the Trade Union and believes firmly in protecting the rights of the working man.