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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the shooter?
(c) Security Guard.
2. Roux worries about the reaction from which of the following?
(a) Police Chief.
(b) Candy's family.
3. Whose apartment is visited by LaChaise?
4. How many times is Candy shot?
5. From which location does LaChaise escape?
(a) Funeral home.
(b) County jail.
(d) Gas station.
Short Answer Questions
1. What word does Sandy use to describe the fugitives?
2. What is the woman's first name?
3. What is the profession of Davenport's ex-girlfriend?
4. What is the number of the highway that runs through Wisconsin?
5. Who is at the house when Davenport arrives?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does LaChaise deal with being wounded? Who is obligated to help LaChaise by tending to his wounds?
2. How does Davenport intend to tempt someone to give up LaChaise and his friends plus that dirty cop? How is this arranged?
3. How does LaChaise originally find out the names of the police involved in the shooting at the credit union? How does LaChaise intend to make them pay?
4. What happens to Candy, Ginger and Duane shortly after the women leave the credit union.
5. LaChaise and his crew change locations for their hide out. Where had they been staying and where have they moved? Why do they move?
6. Discuss what happens inside the credit union. What unplanned action is taken by Candy?
7. What happens when Davenport and others arrive at the house?
8. What happens when Davenport questions Sandy Darling? What important information is learned about LaChaise's prison sentence?
9. Describe the opening scene. Who is in the process of stealing a van? Who does the woman meet after the theft?
10. Who is the lead detective on the credit union case? What does the detective say to Roux about the potential media fall out? How did the police cover their actions?
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