“The defendant requested to speak to Agent Penis.”
A North Carolina woman was arrested this week after trying four times to sneak into CIA headquarters near Washington, D.C. in an attempt to speak to “Agent Penis”.
Jennifer G. Hernandez, 58, was arrested after several attempts to make contact with the nonexistent agent the Washington Examiner reported, citing the criminal complaint.
“Upon arrival, the defendant provided her Iowa identification card, requested to recover her North Carolina identification card, and requested to speak to Agent Penis,” the complaint said
According to the report, officer Mirko Peña reviewed records indicating Hernandez had been to the headquarters several times, including the last three days in a row.
“CIA police officers had encountered the defendant on several recent occasions, and had cited her for trespassing on the prior evening,” the complaint said.
“Officers then warned the defendant that if she did not depart the premises, she would be arrested. The defendant then declined to board the bus and stated that ‘l am not leaving,'” the complaint continues. “Officers thereupon arrested the defendant for remaining on an Agency installation after being ordered to leave,” the document continues. ”
The complaint also notes that Hernandez did not have any authorization to be on the premises to speak with “Agent Penis”, even if such an agent did exist.
According to the report, Hernandez made her first visit to the CIA headquarters on April 22. She attempted to gain access through the main vehicle entrance, but was stopped by a CIA police officer. During that incident, she told the officer that she had applied for employment with the CIA and was directed to meet with her “recruiter” at the headquarters.
She returned on May 1 in a Lyft vehicle, again requesting to meet with her recruiter. She was once again turned away, this time with a written warning from CIA police. Undeterred, she returned a third time, now having switched to an Uber car. She told officers that she was there to speak with her recruiter, saying she knew to come there because her “phone was off”. Again, she was told to leave.
The fourth attempt finally resulted in the woman’s arrest. According to the Examiner, Hernandez was charged with criminal trespassing in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. She is currently still being held in jail.