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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What becomes of the negotiations between the Notables and Escobar's negotiator for Santos and Turbay?
(a) A series of offers that gives indications of possible release.
(b) They never occur because Escobar calls them off.
(c) A series of offers and counteroffers that arrives at nothing.
(d) A counter-offer that leaves families fearing for the hostages' lives.
2. What is different about Diana and her crew's location compared to the other hostages' hiding places?
(a) Diana's group is closer to Medellín and not in Bogotá.
(b) Diana and her crew know exactly where they are.
(c) Diana and her crew are in the middle of a busy city.
(d) Diana and her crew are usually in shacks rather than a house.
3. The guards watching Diana and her crew can be described as _____________.
(a) Boys and men in poor condition.
(c) Uneducated farmhands.
(d) Always calm.
4. How do the police know how to reach Beatriz's husband?
(a) Alberto Villamizar informs them.
(b) Beatriz's husband reaches them first when he hears the news report.
(c) A note in her bag says to call him in case of an emergency.
(d) Beatriz and her husband are well-known politicians.
5. After the Notables negotiation failure, what news does Pardo give Villamizar to have something to look forward to?
(a) Nydia has leads on Escobar is location.
(b) Another decree is being worked on to amend the first rejected one.
(c) Pardo's department receives a minicassette from Maruja.
(d) President Gaviria is putting more forces to work to help negotiate with Parra.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nydia achieve contact with Escobar?
2. The hostages' living conditions are __________.
3. Where is the first hiding place located?
4. For whom does Maruja work?
5. What does Escobar propose in one of his letters to his lawyer when in negotiations with the Notables?
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