See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapter 1: March 15, 1995, Langley, Virginia Summary & Analysis

Robert Baer
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Chapter 1: March 15, 1995, Langley, Virginia Summary and Analysis

Robert Baer had no idea why he was summoned to Fred Turco's office at CIA HQ in Langley, VA, on March 15,1995. Robert had worked for him in the 1980s but Turco was now in charge of a new operation to tighten up security. Baer soon learned that he was called to the office to be questioned by the FBI for attempting assassination of Saddam Hussein. It wasn't true and Baer was stunned that the FBI would be questioning him about it. Turco, and attorney Rob Davis who joined the conversation, assured Robert that it was just routine. Baer knew better and that once an agent was under suspicion his career was virtually over.

Upon meeting with the FBI agents, he refused the opportunity to bring in his own attorney. It would make the CIA look...

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