See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapter 10: March 1987. Beirut, Lebanon. Summary & Analysis

Robert Baer
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Chapter 10: March 1987. Beirut, Lebanon. Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10: March 1987. Beirut, Lebanon.

Trying to pick up the trail of the embassy bombing was difficult. Robert was on the Christian east side, unable to cross to the west where most of the agents were as well as Hizballah, Mughniyah and other radicals. Robert had to rely on access agents—agents who didn't know anything themselves but had access to others who did. Once such agent was Farid who Robert asked to gather intelligence on the IJO - Islamic Jihad Organization. Farid provided detailed background on one of the IJO's leaders, Muhammad Hammadah, who was one of the TWA-847 hijackers and an active member of Mughniyan's group.

The CIA also relied on phone taps to gather intel in Beirut. Robert was able to tie Mughniyah to an Iraq Air Hijacking where most of the...

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