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President Marlo was the leader of the nation of Qurac.

He was directly involved in the sales of high-powered armaments to the United States, many of which were distributed to underworld factions operating out of Metropolis. Marlo's actions earned him the attention of Superman, who flew to Qurac to interrogate him at length.[1]

Suicide Squad

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Marlo hires a terrorist group called the Jihad to attack America. They demonstrate their powers by destroying a fake airport, and Marlo supplies them with dozens of real Quraci citizens to slaughter. This attracts the attention of the U.S. Government, and Amanda Waller sends her Suicide Squad to destroy them.[2] Marlo is inside their fortress Jotunheim when the Jihad is attacked. Plastique betrays the Suicide Squad and warns Marlo, giving him time to escape before the Jihad are killed.[3]

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