Former Penn State president Graham Spanier has a job. But no one knows what the the hell it is.
The Washington Post reports:
His attorney confirms to the Loop that Spanier is working as a part-time consultant for a "top-secret" agency on national security issues. But the gig is so hush-hush, he couldn't even tell his attorneys the name of the agency.
In April - months after his ouster as president but before the release of the internal report - he told the Patriot-News of central Pennsylvania that he was working on a "special project for the U.S. government relating [to] national security."
But who's he working for? The CIA? Homeland Security? A consulting firm with a government contract?
"I have no idea," said his attorney, Peter Vaira .
Spanier was miffed when the Freeh Report was released since his TOP SECRET job indicates a certain trustworthiness. You know, the one that he can't tell us about because it would be a breach of some sort? Yes, he seems totally trustworthy.