Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 6, Deterrence Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Deterrence Summary

Felix Cortez is entering the United States on a Costa Rican passport using the name Diaz. As he walks to his Hertz rental car, he reminiscences about his previous work in Puerto Rico with the Machetero and their attempt to overthrow the government there with Cuba's version of social realism. Later he picks up a list of prospective targets for his activity.

A few feet away at Dulles Airport, Dan Murray, Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI is leaving on a trip to Mobile, Alabama. He is going there to investigate the incident of the coast guard cutter Panache and the arrests made by its skipper Red Wegener. In the end Murray concludes that Wegener has built a solid case for the videotaped confessions without admitting the court martial enactment, and he has the backing of an extremely powerful US Senator...

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