The Bourne Identity - Book 2 Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 16 Summary

Congressman Walters encourages the other men to focus on what they know. The men begin to tell them the history of the assassin they call Cain. They tell him that Cain's story begins in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, the American government trained men from various countries and backgrounds as special fighting forces to work covertly behind enemy lines. The operation was called Medusa. Most of the men were from the underworld and many were criminals working to feed their own greed. At the end of the operation, over ninety percent of the men involved had been killed. Cain is believed to be one of the survivors. Following the war, it is believed that he stayed in Asia and used his skills to become a professional assassin.

Slowly his actions were reported. He quickly moved onto the world stage as one...

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