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Perry Loftus is a character in the HBO drama Oz. Portrayed by Christopher Neal Jackson.

Character Summary Edit

An intelligent African American young man, Perry Loftus studied with Oz's CO Adrian Johnson. After getting out of the University, Loftus became Governor James Devlin's assistant.

Plot Summary Edit

Season 6 Edit

When Mayor Wilson Loewen was convicted, Governor Devlin told he would take him out of Oz. At the hospital, Loewen blackmailed Devlin, saying that if Devlin doesn't take him out of Oz he will tell about Devlin's political crimes. Devlin ordered his assistant, Loftus to kill Loewen. Loftus found his old friend Adrian Johnson working at Oz and ordered him to kill Loewen. Johnson paid inmates Willy Brandt and Lionel Kelsch to kill Loewen. During the night, Kelsch started screaming. When everyone was distracted, Brandt sliced Loewen's throat, killing him. While being interrogated, Brandt told Leo Glynn about CO Johnson. Detective Tarnowski interrogated Johnson, but found him innocent. So, Warden Leo Glynn started to search about Johnson and discovered that he and Loftus attended the same University. Glynn told Loftus he knew about the conspiracy to Loewen's homicide. Afraid, Loftus ordered Johnson and Kelsch to kill Brandt and Glynn. In the next morning, Brandt was dead. At the same night, during an award at Oz, Kelsch stabbed Glynn to death. Tim McManus started the investigation and discovered by Henry Stanton that Kelsch killed Glynn. Kelsch was thrown in the hole, where he confessed. Then, McManus told Devlin and Loftus they are going to be caught. His destiny is unknown, as the series ended before something could be done.

Murders connected to Loftus Edit

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