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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
I don't think that real spooks go around dropping hints about their secret operations.
From the source article:
Susan Carnaby said her husband has worked for the agency for 30 years.
Platt said he had dined with Carnaby both Saturday and Sunday and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Carnaby was engaged to be married, he said, and led a happy life.
he reached under the seat of his Jeep sport utility vehicle after the chase had ended and he had gotten out of his car.
Officers found three weapons inside the Jeep after it was impounded. One pistol was under the passenger-side floor mat while a second was between the seats. A pistol-grip shotgun was on the floor board of the back seat.
Originally posted by roadgravel
I wonder why no one wants to be stopped by the police. It's too dangerous.
David Adler for sure worked for the CIA. He said the biggest question is the hardest to answer.
“It is almost impossible to find out if somebody claims to be an intelligence officer, if they really were unfortunately,” said Adler.
He said there are many misconceptions about the CIA and that an officer’s goal is to be low-key.
“If you walk into a casino, and everyone knows your name is James Bond, you’re not doing your job,” he said.
When Adler looked at Carnaby’s things, he noticed details that might have slipped by a layperson.
“This word ‘completion’ is spelled wrong,” Adler said, pointing to one of the mementos and noting something off about another. ”There is no ‘Iraq Division’ of the CIA.”