Cohen had a successful career as a special operative in the TerraCorps Space Force for over ten years, earning several awards for his bravery and service. He was known for his ability to operate in high-stress situations and for his intelligence and problem-solving skills. However, it was later revealed that Cohen had been secretly conducting experiments during his time in the military, unbeknownst to his superiors and colleagues. This information only came to light after his arrest.
Cohen’s kidnapped his victims, both human and rendie alike, who were then subjected to psychological and physical torture in the name of scientific experimentation. His actions ultimately led to his own daughter, Nina Cohen, alerting the Central Department of Intergalactic Investigation (CDI) of his criminal activity at the age of 16. During the subsequent arrest, Cohen engaged in a violent altercation with his daughter, resulting in the tragic death of his wife, Naomi Cohen, who had been attempting to protect her daughter from the attack.
According to Nyxxan psychological evaluations, Alexander Cohen was diagnosed as having a combination of sociopathic tendencies and narcissistic and sadistic disorders.
Following his arrest, Cohen was sentenced to life imprisonment on Nyxxus, the prison planet for the galaxy’s most dangerous criminals. Despite the effectiveness of his painkiller, maxanstropene, and his impressive military record, Cohen’s unethical and deadly research methods, as well as the tragic death of his wife, will forever tarnish his legacy.
[Please note that the above article is a work of fiction and any similarities to real individuals or events is purely coincidental.]