Plenty of general counsel travel on international business, but in Georgia there is one GC who also flies the planes.
Anything, or anyone, could be on board with him: a wealthy Arab seeking medical treatment in the U.S., an American injured on an African safari, leftover Libyan nuclear material going to safekeeping, monkeys on the way to a zoo or an occasional whale headed to a research institution.
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