Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 20, Discoveries Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20, Discoveries Summary

Felix Cortez deduces that there are several covert groups in action; they are either American or American trained mercenaries and are probably supplied by helicopter from bases in Panama. In addition, he has deduced from Colombian lab reports that the explosion at the home of Unitveros was from an aerially delivered smart bomb. He realizes that the Americans are following a strategy which will have identical results with his own, personal plans. He makes two phone calls, unaware that the Cartel communications are being monitored by the CAPER operation.

In a CIA safe house on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, John T. Clark ponders his next move. He has worked for the agency since his time as a freelance operator when he left the Navy SEALS. There his nickname had been "Snake," and his particular expertise was killing. For twenty years...

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