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I found this interesting Hotch biography on IMDb. Enjoy!

FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Supervisory Special Agent/Unit Chief Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner is played by Thomas Gibson.

Hotchner is the head of the BAU team. Hotchner was a prosecutor for a time, although it is not stated specifically where, his experience in prosecution helps his team to craft tight cases, it also allows him to judge when (and how) it may be necessary to skirt the law to successfully capture and prosecute an UNSUB (unknown subject). He is often referred to as a drill sergeant he very rarely smiles and it is a common joke...
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posted by Aline1102
For all the Hotch-addicts (me, me, me!!!) here's a biography of our favourite Unit Chief! Hope you enjoy it.

Character Name: Aaron Hotchner
Profession: Unit Chief of the Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI in Quantico, Virginia.

"Nobody looks as clean as Thomas Gibson in a suit." - Shemar Moore, Behind the Scenes.

Aaron Hotchner is rather tall at 6'2", with a slender but muscular physique that is maintained through daily workouts and the physical stress of his job. He has impeccable composure only earned through years of practice and reinforced by his desire to to separate himself...
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posted by Aline1102
Here's a review of Hotch's Quotes!

"Nothing is so common as the wish to be remarkable."
(attributed to) William Shakespeare    

The Tribe:
"The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe."    
Friedrich Nietzsche

A Real Rain:
"I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary. The evil it does is permanent."
Mahatma Ghandi

"Other things may change us, but we start and end with family."
Anthony Brandt
"The house does not rest on the ground, but upon a woman."
Mexican proverb...
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posted by Celina79
This is a One shoot Hotch Fanfic for Minimal loss.
It was written by mablereid @
Enjoy! :)

The heavy metal door swung shut behind him with a thud as he walked down the concrete steps. He pushed through another door at the end of the hallway, and reached for the light switch to his left. The light flared on, illuminating the room with a bright yellow glow from fixtures spaced at even intervals along the ceiling. The floor was plain concrete, and there were opened ended cubicles spaced out along the right side of the room.

He stepped up to the first one and took a pair of clear...
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