This is ridiculous, Skinner scolded himself. Mulder and Scully can look out for themselves. Besides this is what they pay agents for.
No matter how valid the argument, however, here he was on his laptop during lunch going through Agent Morgan's personnel file. Of course Mulder and Scully were going to do this exact same thing, if they hadn't already, but he felt oddly protective of this pair of agents. They had come so close to losing Scully earlier that year, he wasn't about to let anything happen to them. Especially at the hands of that cigarette smoking bastard. Though, hopefully, he really was dead and rotting in hell.
Agent Morgan's personnel file seemed mostly standard. She had grown up in DC, graduated high school at the top of her class, and immediatly went to college for two years of criminal justice before entering Quantico. Over the summer she graduated and started work in the Violent Crimes Division, where she had shown early potential. It could've been any agent's profile.
There was no reason to dig deeper, but he kept going for the next twenty minutes, looking up her records on every data base he had access to. Most of it was trivia at best - she was on the equestrian team in college, she had two speeding tickets over the past six years, both of which she had paid on time, and she had written several letters to the editor of her local paper during the last presidental election.
He was about to give up, and decided just to look at her birth certificate before ending his unsuccessful search when a red flag finally revealed itself. According to the database, no birth certificate exsisted for a Kit Morgan. Skinner tried two more methods of accessing the document, each with the same answer. As a last chance, he tried her Social Security records. The number did exsist for one Kit Morgan, but the birthdate was off by three years. According to the record, Agent Morgan would've been twenty-one, not twenty-four. But the FBI would not graduate agents under the age of twenty-four from Quantico.
Quickly he exited the databases and closed up his laptop. He had certainly found something, but he wasn't sure yet what it meant. Looking at his cellphone, he debated about calling Mulder and Scully with this information or not. After several long moments, he picked up his cellphone and dialed the number for Agent Mulder's cell.