See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Robert Baer
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Chapter 1: March 15, 1995, Langley, Virginia

• In Chapter 1, Robert Baer was summoned to Fred Turco's office at Langley on March 15, 1995.

• Turco was tasked with tightening security.

• Robert was accused of attempting to assassinate Hussein, but it was not true.

• Robert was assured it was routine, but he knew his career was virtually over.
• Robert refused to bring an attorney, but he knew it was against the law to assassinate anyone under the auspices of the CIA.

• Robert was asked about the alias of Robert Pope, which was given by Ahmed Chalabi, head of a dissident group.

• Robert thought Chalabi just wanted to draw political support.

• Robert was angry with the agency after a 20 year career.

• Human resources in the CIA were drying up because they were willing to abandon agents.

• Robert agreed to a polygraph and later heard the statutes he was accused of could have landed him with life...

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