See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapters 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

Robert Baer
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Chapters 20 and 21 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 20: October 3, 1995, Washington, D.C.

Tamraz, an international fugitive, informed Robert that he just had dinner with Vice President Al Gore at Ted Kennedy's home. What he didn't tell Robert was that he had put Victoria Kennedy, Ted's wife, and Democratic lobbyist Lloyd Cutler on his payroll. He claimed that President Clinton had contacted Azerbaijani President Aliyev in support of multi-pipelines. Clinton may have supported multi-pipelines but he was speaking in support of big players like Amoco and BP, not Roger Tamraz.

Robert discovered that there were forces within the administration who supported the Foreign Oil Companies Group, including Heslin, who wanted Roger Tamraz out of the picture because he was having too much success against the big players. Uncovering how far some of the administration officials and staffers were involved in the oil industry was surprising and explained...

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