Thursday, February 09, 2006


Nothing like a thieving CIA agent to warm the cockles. The Washington Post's lede is a keeper:
Lori Meyer walked into her darkened McLean home one evening last month, her 8-month-old son, Samuel, in her arms, and found a strange man dashing down her stairs. As the intruder fled, Meyer ran outside, screaming, and flagged down a passing minivan.

Fairfax County police said yesterday that the man that Meyer and the driver of the minivan cornered in a cul-de-sac that night, George C. Dalmas III, 44, works at the CIA. He has now been charged with 17 burglaries in the McLean area. And in a search of his Falls Church home, police said, they found a stunning trove of cash, jewelry, antiques, license plates -- and bags filled with more than 1,000 women's undergarments.
Perhaps he was looking for weapons of mass destruction. Or thongs. Same same.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Poor guy! Can't even acquire evidence from terrorists without being arrested! I'm sure Bush will bail him out though citing his actions were "necessary" to fight the war on terror.