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"Another roundup, gentlemen. And we're going to hit them fast and hard. Kingpin wants this one to make a point."
―Tammy Hattley[src]

Tammy Hattley is the former Special Agent in Charge of the FBI New York Crime Division, who was forced by Wilson Fisk into helping his return to power. Hattley had used her position to put Ray Nadeem in charge of Fisk's transfer out of Ryker's Island and also gave Fisk all the resources to rebuild his own criminal empire. However, once Nadeem had attempted to expose Fisk, Hattley forced him to obey Fisk's orders as well, which eventually led to Nadeem betraying Fisk and exposing his control over the FBI agents, including Hattley, until she and everyone under Fisk's control were finally exposed and arrested for all their crimes.


Early Life

Father's White Lies

"My dad was a trucker. He mostly hauled chemical tankers. He'd bring 'em to the house overnight before heading out sometimes. And I'd have nightmares, thinking about what could happen."
―Tammy Hattley to Ray Nadeem[src]

As a child, Hattley lived with her father who worked as a trucker and mostly who mostly hauled chemical tankers. He sometimes brought barrels with chemicals in their house. Hattley had a nightmare while thinking what could happen with that chemicals. Her father learned about Hattley's fears and showed her a decal on a barrel with the level of danger. He always hauled the only chemical with level four what he described as the safest kind of chemicals. Then, Hattley was afraid much less.

Several years later, she learned that level four, actually, is the most lethal code and her father always hauled the most dangerous chemicals. Hattley understood the value of white lie.[1]

Joining the FBI

"I mean, I think the best thing to do is talk to him like a man. Tell him that the job I do is dangerous, but I-–"
"My advice: don't. I tried that with my daughter. It freaked her out so bad, she wouldn't let me leave the house in the morning."
Ray Nadeem and Tammy Hattley[src]

Many years later, Hattley joined the FBI as a field agent while raising daughter Allison Hattley. Because of risks of her job, she tried to explain to her daughter that being FBI agent was highly dangerous. However, Allison was completely terrified and did not let her mother leave the house, fearing for her life. Once, she laid across the door and cried until Hattley took the day off.[1]

Special Agent in Charge

Controlled by Kingpin

"I used to have two children, Ray. They made it look like a hit-and-run. I got a divorce. Maybe that keeps him a little safer. But there's still Allie."
―Tammy Hattley to Ray Nadeem[src]

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Wilson Fisk Detail

"You tell D.C. that none of this could have happened without the unexpected connection between me and Wilson Fisk. Because that's the truth. And then none of the other shit in my file will matter. Come on, Tammy. How am I supposed to get out from under?"
"Okay, he's yours. But you need to keep him talking, Ray."
Ray Nadeem and Tammy Hattley[src]

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Attack on the Bulletin

"We just got the call. Murdock's at the Bulletin."
"What about Jasper Evans?"
"Nelson didn't say, but doing this at the newspaper means they want it as public as possible."
Ray Nadeem and Tammy Hattley[src]

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Agent of Kingpin

"Do you understand your situation now? Ray? You get this?"
"Yeah, boss. I understand."
"I'm not your boss anymore. Wilson Fisk is."
―Tammy Hattley and Ray Nadeem[src]

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Turning State Witness

"So, I guess you guys heard, Special Agent in Charge Hattley flipped. She corroborated Ray's dying declaration."
Karen Page to Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson[src]

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"The lies that keep us safe are the ones worth telling."
―Tammy Hattley to Ray Nadeem[src]

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