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|formermembers = [[U.S. Marshal]]<br>[[Franco]]<br>[[Johnson (U.S. Marshall)|Johnson]]
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|members = [[U.S. Marshal]]<br>[[Franco]]<br>[[Johnson (U.S. Marshall)|Johnson]]
 
|locations = [[United States of America]]
 
|locations = [[United States of America]]
 
|headquarters = [[Arlington]], [[Virginia]]
 
|headquarters = [[Arlington]], [[Virginia]]
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|affiliation = {{WPS|United States Department of Justice}}
 
|movie = ''[[Iron Man 2]]''<br>''[[Captain America: Civil War]]''
 
|movie = ''[[Iron Man 2]]''<br>''[[Captain America: Civil War]]''
|tv series = ''[[Luke Cage (TV series)|Luke Cage]]''<br>*''[[You Know My Steez]]''
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|tv series = ''[[Daredevil (TV series)|Daredevil]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Luke Cage (TV series)|Luke Cage]]''<br>''[[Iron Fist (TV series)|Iron Fist]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
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|comic = ''[[Iron Man 2 Adaptation]]''
 
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The '''United States Marshals Service''' is a federal law-enforcement agency within the {{WPS|United States Department of Justice}} established for fugitive operations, the protection of officers of the Federal Judiciary, the management of criminal assets, the operation of the United States Federal Witness Protection Program and the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System and execution of federal arrest warrants.
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{{Quote|Yeah, I figured while I was pissing off [[New York City Police Department|NYPD]], I might as well hit up the US Marshals.|[[Misty Knight]]|War Without End}}
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The '''United States Marshals Service''' is a federal law-enforcement agency within the {{WPS|United States Department of Justice}} established for fugitive operations, the protection of federal officers and the management of criminal assets.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
[[U.S. Marshal|One of the Marshals]] waited for [[Tony Stark]] outside of [[Stark Expo]]. When Stark and [[Happy Hogan]] approached, she attempted to serve Stark with a subpoena to appear in [[Washington, D.C.]] before a [[United States Congress|Congressional]] committee headed by Senator [[Stern]]. Stark refused to take the envelope forcing Happy to do it for him.<ref>''[[Iron Man 2]]''</ref>
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===Senate Committee Hearing===
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[[U.S. Marshal|One of the Marshals]] waited for [[Tony Stark]] outside of [[Stark Expo]]. When Stark and [[Happy Hogan]] approached, she attempted to serve Stark with a subpoena to appear in [[Washington, D.C.]] before a [[United States Congress|Congressional]] committee headed by Senator [[Stern]]. Stark refused to take the envelope forcing Hogan to do it for him.<ref>''[[Iron Man 2]]''</ref>
   
 
===[[Arrest of Luke Cage]]===
 
===[[Arrest of Luke Cage]]===
Because of [[Mariah Dillard]]'s statement, Marshals Service was informed that true identity of [[Luke Cage]] is Carl Lucas, criminal who [[Escape from Seagate Prison|escaped]] from [[Seagate Penitentiary]]. Marshals [[Johnson (U.S. Marshall)|Johnson]] and [[Franco]] was assigned to take him into custody. Marshals arrived to [[New York City]] and went to [[29th Precinct Police Station]] where Lucas was. They managed to arrest Lucas for his unlawful escape and returned him to Seagate.<ref name="LC113">''[[You Know My Steez|Luke Cage: 1.13: You Know My Steez]]''</ref>
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Because of [[Mariah Dillard]]'s statement, Marshals Service was informed that the true identity of [[Luke Cage]] is Carl Lucas, a criminal who [[Escape from Seagate Prison|escaped]] from [[Seagate Penitentiary]]. [[Johnson (U.S. Marshall)|Johnson]] and [[Franco]] were tasked to take him into custody. Marshals arrived to [[New York City]] and went to [[29th Precinct Police Station]] where Lucas was. They then arrested Lucas for his unlawful escape and returned him to Seagate.<ref name="LC113">''[[You Know My Steez|Luke Cage: 1.13: You Know My Steez]]''</ref>
   
 
===[[Raft]]===
 
===[[Raft]]===
Marshals Service established supermax prison for enchanced individuals called [[Raft]]. Following conflict between [[Avengers]] in [[Schkeuditz]], [[Sam Wilson]], [[Clint Barton]], [[Wanda Maximoff]] and [[Scott Lang]] were held at the Raft under Marshals' watch. However, [[Steve Rogers]] managed to infiltrate Raft, neutralize all marshals and let his friends free.<ref name="CACW">''[[Captain America: Civil War]]''</ref>
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Marshals Service established supermax prison for enhanced individuals called the [[Raft]]. Following [[Clash of the Avengers|conflict]] between [[Avengers]] in [[Schkeuditz]], [[Sam Wilson]], [[Clint Barton]], [[Wanda Maximoff]], and [[Scott Lang]] were held at the Raft under Marshals' watch. However, [[Steve Rogers]] managed to infiltrate Raft, neutralize all marshals and let his friends free.<ref name="CACW">''[[Captain America: Civil War]]''</ref>
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===Frank Choi's Protection===
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In the wake of [[Triad War]] in [[New York City]], [[Frank Choi]] cut a deal with the [[FBI]] to leak information about his former employers, [[Golden Tigers]]. Marshals Service was assigned to provide federal protection for Choi in order to keep him safe. However, [[Misty Knight]] convinced FBI and Marshals to allow [[Danny Rand]] and [[Colleen Wing]] to ask several questions to Choi before Marshals took him.<ref>''[[War Without End|Iron Fist: 2.09: War Without End]]''</ref>
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==Appearances==
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In chronological order:
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*''[[Iron Man 2]]''
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*''[[Luke Cage (TV series)|Luke Cage]]''
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**''[[Luke Cage (TV series)/Season One|Season One]]''
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***''[[You Know My Steez]]''
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*''[[Captain America: Civil War]]''
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*''[[Iron Fist (TV series)|Iron Fist]]''
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**''[[Iron Fist (TV series)/Season Two|Season Two]]''
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***''[[War Without End]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
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*''[[Daredevil (TV series)|Daredevil]]''
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**''[[Daredevil (TV series)/Season Three|Season Three]]''
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***''[[One Last Shot]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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==External Link==
 
==External Link==
 
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Latest revision as of 07:13, January 25, 2020

"Yeah, I figured while I was pissing off NYPD, I might as well hit up the US Marshals."
Misty Knight[src]

The United States Marshals Service is a federal law-enforcement agency within the United States Department of Justice established for fugitive operations, the protection of federal officers and the management of criminal assets.

HistoryEdit

Senate Committee HearingEdit

One of the Marshals waited for Tony Stark outside of Stark Expo. When Stark and Happy Hogan approached, she attempted to serve Stark with a subpoena to appear in Washington, D.C. before a Congressional committee headed by Senator Stern. Stark refused to take the envelope forcing Hogan to do it for him.[1]

Arrest of Luke CageEdit

Because of Mariah Dillard's statement, Marshals Service was informed that the true identity of Luke Cage is Carl Lucas, a criminal who escaped from Seagate Penitentiary. Johnson and Franco were tasked to take him into custody. Marshals arrived to New York City and went to 29th Precinct Police Station where Lucas was. They then arrested Lucas for his unlawful escape and returned him to Seagate.[2]

RaftEdit

Marshals Service established supermax prison for enhanced individuals called the Raft. Following conflict between Avengers in Schkeuditz, Sam Wilson, Clint Barton, Wanda Maximoff, and Scott Lang were held at the Raft under Marshals' watch. However, Steve Rogers managed to infiltrate Raft, neutralize all marshals and let his friends free.[3]

Frank Choi's ProtectionEdit

In the wake of Triad War in New York City, Frank Choi cut a deal with the FBI to leak information about his former employers, Golden Tigers. Marshals Service was assigned to provide federal protection for Choi in order to keep him safe. However, Misty Knight convinced FBI and Marshals to allow Danny Rand and Colleen Wing to ask several questions to Choi before Marshals took him.[4]

AppearancesEdit

In chronological order:

ReferencesEdit

External LinkEdit

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