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The Pelican Brief Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 10-14 Summary

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Chapters 10-14 Summary

East, Voyles, and Lewis attend a report on the fire bombings in the Oval Office. The Underground Army (UA) claims responsibility for fifty-four explosions in Washington, Baltimore, and Atlanta. Coal presents a list of eight nominees to the Supreme Court to be vetted without their knowledge. Voyles states that background checks cannot be kept quiet, and Lewis assures the President that the FBI will keep strict confidence but cannot control those it interviews.

Shaw has been playing detective and neglecting Callahan for four days. He hopes to get laid before flying to DC for a conference, but she wants to chat. Until there are arrests, Shaw is not convinced of who is behind the killings and bombings. She discards her own theory because there is no common thread, but Callahan agrees to read her brief.

Sarge has worked in the West Wing for thirty years...

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