A former FBI Director made an appearance at the George Bush Presidential Library today.
Lois Freeh served as FBI director from 1993 to 2001. His speech at the university was part of The William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs.
Prior to taking center stage, former President Bush introduced Freeh and remarked on his accomplishments.
While addressing a packed house, Freeh spoke about his many adventures with the F-B-I, starting from when he was just an agent.
"It's what job was the most interesting the most satisfying and I told people actually being a 25 year old FBI agent in New York City working organized crime cases, I could not believe people paid me to go to work everyday," said Louis J. Freeh, Former Director, FBI.