Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 9, Meeting Engagement Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Meeting Engagement Summary

In Escobedo's luxury apartment in Medellin, the Cartel chief and his intelligence advisor, Cortez, interview Larson about the disappearance of yet another courier plane. Escobedo and Cortez are satisfied that Larson has nothing to do with the disappearance. He will check the maintenance records of the Twin Beech, which has vanished, but as he points out flying low over the sea at night is dangerous business.

Captain Bronco Williams is reviewing the gun sight videotape recorded when he shot down the Twin Beech. The men from Washington with him are satisfied that only they and no one else know about the result of the interception. Bronco has no reservations about what he has done. It is to eliminate a threat to the national security. He simply wonders about the need for secrecy.

The forty-four men of operation SHOWBOAT leave...

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