(@D1NGdong, I decided to write this little briefing/conversation for fun after reading your description. It was a bit tricky because I didn’t know two of the characters’ names, but I had a go. lol)
Diana: "Good evening, 47.
"Your target is Michel Charest, who has been sentenced to death for the – I’m sure you will agree – absolutely abdominal crime of abusing his rank to steal his co-worker’s radio.
"But, wait: the plot thickens!
"Mr Charest is actually just a pawn in a larger, but no less petty, game.
"While the man whose radio was stolen does claim to want Charest dead, he is NOT the client. The client is actually a third party – a “friend” of the theft victim – who knows that said theft victim purchased the prized radio using money stolen from him. This third party wants to capitalize on the other man’s very vocal hatred of Charest and frame him for the murder that he’s too cowardly to actually commit, thereby getting him sent to prison for a very long time.
“Following me so far?”
47: “I think so. Idiot A stole a radio from Idiot B, who in turn stole money from Idiot C. Now Idiot C wants to frame Idiot B for the murder of Idiot A, and … perhaps I should just kill all of them. To do the world a favour.”
Diana: “Very amusing, 47. No. Only the target.”
47: “You’re no fun.”
Diana: “Says the man who has rejected every single one of my social invitations for the last twenty years.”
47: “Guns don’t polish themselves.”
Diana: “Case. In. Point.”
47: “So what’s the plan?”
Diana: “Idiot B, as you so aptly described him, has a favourite shotgun, which he keeps with him at all times while on guard duty–”
Diana: “Indeed. First, appropriate this shotgun, use it to kill Charest, plant it next to his body, and then return the stolen radio to its rightful owner–”
47: “Which would be … the client, Idiot C, correct? He is the one who paid for it, after all.”
Diana: “Don’t get clever. So you know what you’re doing?”
47: “I do.”
Diana: “Then good luck. Oh, and … 47?”
Diana: “Only the target.”
47: “No promises.”