The Autobiography of Clint Garvey, My name is Clint Garvey and I was a Deputy for The Madisonville Sheriff's Department in Eastern Tennessee for about 15 years. I was born in Knoxville and lived there my entire life. I never traveled much and mostly kept to my job and helped my old, retired parents. I’m one of two children but my brother didnt help out much, he’s been involved with drugs and prostitution so my parents and I didn’t speak to him much. I was the kind of cop who would walk granny’s across the road and make sure the kids made it home for supper. Once my parents had died back in autumn of 2017, I decided to hand in my gun and badge and move across the globe to a place I had never seen or heard of before…. Chernarus… A buddy of mine from the Department told me it was a beautiful place in Eastern Europe without the “hustle and bustle” of city-life. So in the early spring of 2018 I was officially a citizen of Chernarus and boy was this a different life than the one I had left. I truly had been able to find myself and learn about the man I really am. I’m just a man who will do what I need to succeed in life. I wouldn’t have ever put another man, woman or child in a bad situation until the world changed… Once the illness spread and billions of people died across the world, it became “dog-eat-dog” for me. I don’t want to see any person suffer unless they deserved to be. I consider myself a rational person, if you scratch my back I'll scratch yours - but if in any way you try to take from me, I will take their life….