Term Limits - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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At a meeting with Skip McMahon the next day, Dr. Kennedy calls General Heaney in to join them. She tells the general that she noticed Coleman's early discharge in his file the night before and wants to know if it is unusual. Heaney implies that the discharge had something to do with Operation Snatch Back. He tells them that Coleman was the commander in charge of the mission, and he was released a month later at his request. Kennedy asks Heaney to contact Coleman's superior, Admiral DeVoe, so that they can ask him some questions.

Once they are on the phone with DeVoe, Kennedy starts asking questions about Coleman. The admiral does not want to get Coleman into any trouble. General Heaney assures DeVoe that he can speak with McMahon and Kennedy. DeVoe tells them that Coleman requested the discharge because he was unhappy about the information...

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