Adam was a freelance photographer hired by the discharged detective David Tapp to follow the man he suspected of being the Jigsaw Killer, Dr. Adam was kidnapped and placed in a game alongside Gordon, which took place in a large dilapidated bathroom, and each of them were given conflicting goals to accomplish by a certain time.Lawrence was tasked with killing Adam, while Adam had to try to escape; if they failed to complete their respective tests by six then they would both die.After failing to complete their tests by the deadline they were confronted by Zep Hindle.
Eddie Jamoldroy Justice, 30, was an accountant who lived downtown.
He was among the clubgoers who hid in the restroom at Pulse while the club was under siege.
His mother, Mina Justice, shared the texts she received from her son during his final moments.
“Mommy I love you,” his first message, sent at a.m., read.
His final message, sent about a half-hour later, read: “He’s coming.
The Saw series of horror films features a large cast of characters created primarily by directors and screenwriters James Wan, Leigh Whannell, Darren Lynn Bousman, Patrick Melton, and Marcus Dunstan.The series focuses on the character of John Kramer (Tobin Bell), the "Jigsaw Killer", who seeks out those he considers to be wasting their lives and subjects them to torturous and lethal traps, referred to as "tests" and "games", in an attempt to make them appreciate living.The series comprises seven films: Saw (2004), Saw II (2005), Saw III (2006), Saw IV (2007), Saw V (2008), Saw VI (2009), and Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (2010).Flashbacks from Saw III revealed that Adam was abducted by Jigsaw's apprentice, Amanda Young, and she subsequently suffocated him with a plastic bag out of guilt.Adam's decomposing corpse is seen in Saw II, Saw III, and Saw: The Final Chapter.It is revealed in Saw V that Adam's last name is Stanheight, as indicated by a document observed by Agent Peter Strahm.