Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 8, Deployment Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Deployment Summary

At the FBI offices in Director Jacobs's office, Bill Shaw and Dan Murray, discuss "the pirates" case. Murray is aware that there may be efforts to discredit the prosecution case because of the unconventional treatment of the prisoner by the Coast Guard.

In the Medellin offices of the Cartel in Colombia, Felix Cortez is reporting to Escobedo, the Cartel chieftain who has hired him. He forms an assessment of Escobedo as a man of action, capable of making decisions, unlike the men running the KGB and the American Intelligence organizations. He promises to find out what is behind the increase in disappearances of Cartel courier planes.

At CIA headquarters in Washington, National Security Advisor Admiral Cutter and DDO (Deputy Director of Operations) Bob Ritter are discussing the plans for two covert operations they are about to initiate against the Colombian drug...

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