See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism Multiple Choice Test Questions

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

1. Where was Robert Baer summoned in Chapter 1?
(a) The White House.
(b) CIA Headquarters.
(c) The Secret Service office in the White House.
(d) The FBI in Washington.

2. Who summoned Robert Baer?
(a) Robert Lupe.
(b) Thomas Kern.
(c) Marco Stark.
(d) Fred Turco.

3. When was Robert Baer summoned?
(a) March 15, 1993.
(b) March 15, 1994.
(c) March 15, 1996.
(d) March 15, 1995.

4. When did Robert Baer work for the man who summoned him?
(a) The 1970s.
(b) The 1990s.
(c) The 1960s.
(d) The 1980s.

5. Why was Robert Baer summoned?
(a) To answer questions about an assasination attempt on Bassar Al-Assad.
(b) To answer questions about an assasination attempt on King Fad.
(c) To answer questions about an assasination attempt on Saddam Hussein.
(d) To answer questions about an assasination attempt on Qaddafi.

6. Who was questioning Robert Baer?
(a) The FBI.
(b) The CIA.
(c) The Secret Service.
(d) The NSA.

7. What did Rob Davis assure Robert Baer of?
(a) That it was his exit interview.
(b) That he was going to appease the press.
(c) That he was in trouble.
(d) That it was just routine.

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