David Petraeus: "shirtless agent" unmasked as Frederick Humphries
The so-called “shirtless agent”, who sparked the FBI inquiry into David Petraeus before being accused of sending an inappropriate email to one of the women involved, has been identified as a counter-terrorism veteran.
Frederick Humphries, 47, was named on Thursday as the man in the FBI bureau in Tampa, Florida, who acted on a complaint by Jill Kelley, a local socialite, about anonymous emails warning her to stay away from Mr Petraeus.
Inquiries prompted by Mr Humphries, a friend of Mrs Kelley, allegedly found that the emails had been sent by Paula Broadwell, Mr Petraeus’s biographer.
Further investigation disclosed that Ms Broadwell and the CIA director were having an affair — and that Mrs Kelley and Gen John Allen, head of US central command, had exchanged multiple affectionate emails...