1. What was Robert Baer called to Langley for in March 1995 according to Chapter 1?
According to Chapter 1, in March 1995, Robert Baer was called to Langley to be questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigations regarding the attempted assassination of Saddam Hussein. Although this was not true, Baer was surprised at the accusation, and although he was assured it was routine, Baer knew that if an agent came under suspicion, his career was virtually over.
2. Why didn't Baer bring in his own attorney?
Baer didn't bring in his own attorney because it would make the CIA look bad, and because he could not afford a lawyer on his salary.
3. Who was Ahmed Chalabi, and what did he do?
Ahmed Chalabi was the head of an Iraqi dissident group, and in an effort to draw support, he invested a story about Baer attempting to assassinate Saddam.
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