Term Limits - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Following his meeting at the White House, McMahon picks up Dr. Kennedy and goes to meet Gus Mitchell. Gus is the former Delta Force commander that Agent Jennings spoke with previously. McMahon explains the details of the three murders to Mitchell, and Mitchell agrees that the killers sound like commandos. They would have planned the murders over some time, and they would have taken advantage of the predictable routines each of the men adhered to. They were able to drug Burmiester's dog, because he let the dog out at the same time each night. Downs walked his dog at the same time each morning, and Koslowski was predictable in the patterns he followed while getting ready for work in the morning. Mitchell explains that the killers executed the mission just as he would have, with military precision.

Mitchell questions, however, why the assassins allowed one of the...

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