Monthly Archives: November 2015

Chapter 306

Patti and I drove separate vehicles to KCC Wednesday morning. She was going to be in charge of the day shift for the next 5 days, but did not know it yet. The Mideast trip was going to last that … Continue reading

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Chapter 305

I knew some of them even before they introduced themselves. Senator Malcolm Fordes, long time member of the Senate armed services committee. He was well liked by hawkish conservatives for his stance on the military defense and intelligence communities. He … Continue reading

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Chapter 304

Patti and I left a few minutes early today. Bob had called me not once but twice since he and Chancellor Nobles were in my office this morning. The first was to tell me that Emily, his wife was happy … Continue reading

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Chapter 303

The weather was even colder with a brisk wind on Tuesday morning. The students were wearing heavy winter clothing as I drove to the security building at KCC. It was nearly 10 by the time Bob Jackson and Chancellor Nobles … Continue reading

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Chapter 302

“BJ, this is Captain Jimmy Hamilton. He is in charge of one of the Rochester SWAT teams,” Captain Peters said. “Good to meet you Captain Hamilton, I hear you want some training for your team?” I replied. “Yes BJ that … Continue reading

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Chapter 301

The flight was good and with 20 empty seats. No one was crowded on this trip unless they wanted to be. People moved freely around the cabin talking with anyone they wanted. Jenny and I sat next to one another … Continue reading

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Chapter 300

We touched down on Morton Field at 0630. Even though it was a chilly 30 degrees cold, Marcy, Jenny, Ching Lee, Lorrie, Jason, Lisa, Jake, Mindy, Dad and Mom came out to the tarmac and met us at the bottom … Continue reading

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