Gail is a 37-year-old exchange officer. She has short brown hair and wears fuchsia glasses. She wears a buttoned white blouse under a navy blue waistcoat with a pocket watch in the left breast pocket. It is known that Gail smokes, reads the Wolf Street Journal and gambles.
Events of Criminal Case
Gail became a suspect when her fingerprints were found on the victim's fake passport. She claimed to not recognize the victim name or her alias and said that her fingerprints probably ended up on the passport due to her occupation as a money exchanger. When questioned about it, she had not seen anything about the counterfeit operation the victim was running but promised to keep an eye out.
Gail was spoken to again regarding a photo of her and the victim. Gail had met her while in Spain, but she soon realized that she was a crook. Jade contacted her upon the her arrival to Concordia but Gail warned her to leave her alone. She lied about knowing Jade because she was worried that she would be thought of as a criminal like her.
In the end, Gail turned out to be Jade's killer. Gail quickly admitted to the crime after unsuccessfully denying the accusations. She had joined Jade's counterfeiting activities out of greed and in order to be richer. When Jade started paying others with the forged bills, Gail feared of being exposed as a criminal, prompting her to shoot Jade dead with a handgun. Judge Lawson sentenced Gail to 20 years in jail.