The Client - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Foltrigg and his entourage enter the federal building in Memphis and walk to the FBI office of Jason McThune. McThune briefs Foltrigg about what the Memphis police found so far in the investigation. He tells Foltrigg about Mark, that his fingerprints were found everywhere in the car, on the gun, the liquor, everywhere. He tells him about Ricky's posttraumatic stress disorder, and finally he tells him that Mark knows a lot more than he is telling. Mcthune tells Foltrigg that Mark let it slip that he knows Clifford's nickname, Romey. McThune passes Foltrigg the suicide note Clifford left behind. Below the funeral arrangements and directions to his secretary, Clifford wrote in a different pen, "Mark, Mark where are." Then, it seems that he ran out of ink. Foltrigg's men ask a bunch of dumb questions, and McThune impatiently answers them with looks of disgust at their stupidity...

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