Man crashes car into Naples bank, says CIA targeted him
A Fort Myers man who intentionally drove his car into a Naples bank over the weekend says he was the target of a CIA plot.
Saturday evening, police arrived at the Comerica Bank, located at 3001 9th St. N. in Naples, to find Phil Nguyen sitting in the lobby - not in a chair but in his green Honda.
Nguyen told police he crashed into the bank because he was unhappy with America's financial institutions, according to a Naples Police Department report.
Nguyen said his YouTube postings about the unconstitutional banking system in America prompted the CIA to send him large doses of radiation.
Nguyen believed the CIA did this by giving clients at the Naples Grande Beach Resort radiation guns, the report said.