The Bourne Ultimatum - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Jason, whose memory is sketchy, begins to recall Ogilvie as a member of the old Medusa from his Vietnam days. As a member of that killer squad, he had brought charges against some of his own unit after than had murdered a Vietnamese scout, who was a friend of David's. Bryce, a lawyer, had gotten David on the stand and made him look like a pathological maniac and the case was thrown out. Then, Alex explains to Krupkin that Bryce Ogilvie really is a New York attorney who has spun a web from the USA all across Europe. His companies have been serving Russian interests for years. The problem with just taking Ogilvie out is that the CIA wants to connect his activities with people high in the American government.

Rodchenko sits alone in a restaurant and congratulates himself on his ability to...

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