Point of View revisits the meeting depicted in First Contact. This time, things look different. The elements are the same—handler, agent, boats, Venice—but now we see that the case officer’s security protection has been outflanked. The enemy is observing the scene, undetected. The adversary is “behind the behind” and has garnered the better view. The lesson is inviolate: never let an agent select the meeting site, no matter how much you trust him, or how innocent his request. Never risk yourself or your team by allowing the other side to secure the better point of view.