CIA Impersonator Receives Speeding Ticket
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.
The Central Intelligence Agency spilled yet another of its secrets. Scott Gibson doesn't work there. Police clocked the Tennessee man driving 66 in a 55 mph zone. He got a ticket in the mail and he sent it back with a handwritten note. He said he was not subject to local speed laws since he is deputy director of the CIA. Police checked. He's not. Apparently the law applies to secret agents too.
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