Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 13, The Bloody Weekend Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, The Bloody Weekend Summary

Moira Wolfe overcomes her self-consciousness about her late husband and her children's opinions and makes an international call to the offices of Diaz and Diaz. She talks to a woman called Consuela and leaves a message for Juan to call her. When he does, she arranges to meet him for the weekend tryst they have planned. They arrange to meet on Friday afternoon at the Washington airport. As soon as he is off the line, Cortez, who is in Medellin, goes to see Escobedo and tells him that the Director of the FBI will be arriving in Bogota on Friday afternoon.

Though the Cartel does not know it, their cellular phone messages are being monitored by a new sophisticated system put in place by the NSA and already specific names have been attached to most of the...

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