See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapters 8 and 9 Summary & Analysis

Robert Baer
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Chapters 8 and 9 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 8: April, 1986l Washington, D.C.

Before being sent to Beirut, Robert had a crash course in terrorism using the vast material archived in the CTC. Nothing new had been uncovered in over two years about the embassy bombing in Beirut. One of the names that still surfaced about the incident was Mughniyah. He had poor beginnings and joined Yasir Arafat's Force 17 as a young teen. Robert questioned how the poor young Arab boy had become such a powerful terrorist leader. Robert suspected that Mughniyah may have been behind the embassy bombings and the kidnappings with support from Iran. He was also linked to the TWA 847 hijacking. The CIA learned that Bill Buckley died in July 1985 but they didn't know the circumstances surrounding his death. Another hostage, Father Lawrence Jenco had been released in July 1986 and Robert was dispatched...

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