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1Andrew-theQM
Feb 13, 7:53pm Top

What do you think Juan wanted to be captured by Tate? What did you think his plan was?

2EadieB
Feb 14, 6:58am Top

The closer Juan could get to Tate, the better he could handle the problem.

3Carol420
Feb 14, 6:59am Top

It was a risky plan...but that's our Juan. I believe it may have been a way to get more of the bad guys all together in one place and it also would put them in the open on dry land and not rolling around on an open sea in big boats with bigger guns but more places to hide. A better chance of his team taking more of them out.

4Olivermagnus
Feb 14, 8:36am Top

He thought he might have been able to get information from him. I thought he might already have come up with a plan to be rescued.

5Sergeirocks
Feb 14, 12:21pm Top

I thought it might just be a ruse to buy a bit of time to get Lang away - decoy Tate's attention from what was going on around the diving bell.

6bhabeck
Feb 15, 4:54am Top

I knew he expected to be captured as soon as he had Huxley insert a new chip. I think he wanted to see Tate’s operation from the inside

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