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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. Photos released to the media make Davenport appear as if he is:
2. How is the woman killed?
3. How does Davenport make a great deal of money outside the police force?
(a) Computer games.
(b) Handicapping horse races.
(c) Playing the lottery.
(d) Stock market.
4. Who does Stadic call about leaving town?
5. What is the surname of Davenport's ex-girlfriend?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Jasmine's last name?
2. Who does LaChaise contact to help with his plan?
3. Who owns the place?
4. Which of the following words best describes the LaChaise family?
5. What emotion is experienced by Davenport in regards to Jennifer?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does LaChaise deal with being wounded? Who is obligated to help LaChaise by tending to his wounds?
2. What important piece of information is unknown to Butters and the rest? Why is the information vital to the men's survival?
3. Discuss the structure of Dick LaChaise's family.
4. Who are the first victims chosen in Andy Stadic's plan to eliminate possible threats? What is the reason for the proposed hit?
5. Describe the opening scene. Who is in the process of stealing a van? Who does the woman meet after the theft?
6. What happens to Candy, Ginger and Duane shortly after the women leave the credit union.
7. Discuss what happens inside the credit union. What unplanned action is taken by Candy?
8. Where does Davenport live? To whom does Davenport talk over the LaChaise case when he is off duty? What fears does Davenport communicate regarding the case?
9. 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?
10. Discuss the murder and attempted murder of the family members of Kupicek and Capslock. Who commits the crimes? What is the outcome?
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