Wednesday, May 4, 2011

FBI And U.S. Department of Justice Sued for Crashing A Ferrari

The U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have problems due to destruction of the Ferrari F50. The Detroit News said the vehicle from a dealer in Pennsylvania in 2003 was stolen, and the dealer has made an insurance claim for $ 750,000 at that time.

Motor Insurance Corp. has given the money, but the FBI has found the vehicle in Kentucky in August 2008. FBI saved the vehicle while waiting for something to do the thief, but someone decided to the Bureau to use it. The car lost control and hit a tree when he drove a special agent in May 2009 Motor Insurance Corp. sued the FBI and Department of Justice of the United States for another $ 750,000. However, two of them refused because the Ferrari was in custody at the time.

The insurance company has gold was an e-mail that the U.S. Assistant Attorney J. Thompson says Hamilton managed with Special Agent Frederick C. Kingston was the car on the day of the accident and the vehicle slid sideways used not long after his retirement from the FBI Stock.

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