See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapter 5: 197█ , New Delhi, India Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5: 197█ , New Delhi, India Summary and Analysis

After learning of Robert's botched pitch, the Chief in New Delhi asked him to fly up for a talk. The Chief was known as Wild Bill and had the reputation as one of the best and most fearless street officers ever, a wizard of gadgets and disguises. In one instance, he implanted a microphone in a period on a document. Robert feared he was being sent home over his botched pitch to Sami but Wild Bill only encouraged him, impressed that he had attempted to bring in a person who was considered a "hard target." Robert was reassigned to New Delhi and given a direct assignment from Wild Bill.

The man was a KGB agent but had agreed to double back against them. The agent had proven his worth over the years by the rich...

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