An interesting read-particularly given the naysayers and misinformation artists in your comments section. Clearly, this man was connected with the CIA, and, at least formerly, had been in their employ. As far as thinking he was above the law goes? You must be joking there. A speeding citation does not equal your supposition. And since when is someone asked to step out of their vehicle over a speeding ticket? When they have CIA credentials, I guess?
Why did a supervising officer order the policemen on the scene to "arrest him for something"? Is one to suppose that only someone with CIA credentials is arrested, for speeding? You have no idea what this man's work entail, and being connected with customs, it could be absolutely anything. And you have no idea if he had sensitive materials in his possession, which he needed to p Yet, here you are, blathering on in these random, ill-informed comments.