18 September 2005

The FBI's View on Virginia Law

From The Bureau. Background: A former FBI Director had an assistant who refused to change her car's tags from Texas to Virginia despite having been in Virginia for 5 years. Such an act would have resulted in disciplinary action for anyone else in the Bureau but she claimed a waiver from Virginia.

[The] director of investigations in Richmond said, "There is no such thing as a waiver. The Virginia statute doesn't give anyone the authority to waive anything. Even Jesus Christ doesn't have the authority to waive the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia."

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