Nixon Kinlow

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Nixon Kinlow
Nixon Kinlow


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Colony Sagittaron (presumed)
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Introduced Battlestar Galactica: Zarek 1
Death Killed by Tom Zarek, Battlestar Galactica: Zarek 3
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Nixon Kinlow is a Cylon
Nixon Kinlow is a Final Five Cylon
Nixon Kinlow is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Nixon Kinlow is an Original Series Cylon
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Nixon Kinlow in the separate continuity
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Nixon Kinlow is a professional gun-for-hire who is recruited by the Labor Ministry to kill Karen Zarek of the Citizens for Sagittaron Labor Reform.

After successfully assassinating the already-terminal Zarek in Sagittaron City (Battlestar Galactica: Zarek 1), the Labor Ministry reneges on their deal with Kinlow and sends him off to Luna Three. Approximately 13 years prior to the Fall of the Colonies, Zarek discovers Kinlow working at the mining camp as well.

Kinlow is forced to do Zarek's bidding, which involves killing off Jason Melton. After that deed is done, Zarek shoots him in the head to satisfy his revenge (Battlestar Galactica: Zarek 3).