Wayne Simmons, a recurring guest on Fox News who claimed to have 27 years of experience with the CIA, admitted defrauding the government out of $78,000 by lying about his credentials to obtain jobs as a government contractor.
Wayne Simmons, a recurring guest on Fox News who claimed to have 27 years of experience with the CIA, admitted defrauding the government out of $78,000 by lying about his credentials to obtain jobs as a government contractor. Undefined Fox News Channel
Wayne Simmons, a recurring guest on Fox News who claimed to have 27 years of experience with the CIA, admitted defrauding the government out of $78,000 by lying about his credentials to obtain jobs as a government contractor. Undefined Fox News Channel

Fox News pundit admits fraud, sticks by CIA story

April 29, 2016 05:23 PM

UPDATED April 29, 2016 06:05 PM

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