Ronin - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Ronin, now in a Japanese robe, tames a feral horse in wild Central Park as primitive-looking men watch from the shadows. Back at the Aquarius Complex, Casey briefs Taggart on Ronin. She relates Virgo's unlikely story, conceding that it sounds mad. She plays back footage of Ronin killing her guards, noting that her men were heavily armed and equipped. One guard's weapon explodes in his hand. Casey concludes that Aquarius has somehow reincarnated a samurai.

Casey asks Taggart for permission to use lethal force. Taggart is about to assent when Virgo suggests that Ronin may have been responsible for the exploding firearm. Since Billy was telekinetic, Virgo suggests that Ronin may also be telekinetic. Virgo makes the case that, in Billy's absence, Ronin may be the key to linking mind and machine using cybernetics. Taggart agrees and insists that Casey's men use only...

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