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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jacques Faty
This is a test of the Associated Press and not intended for Publication or Broadcasting.
U.S. soccer player Charlie Davies was fined $1,040 and his license was suspended by French police because of a speeding violation in which he said a teammate was driving.
American forward Charlie Davies said he was not the driver of a car stopped for going 125 mph last weekend, but told French police he was to protect a teammate.
Davies said he doesn't drive in France and, knowing Faty was going back to Paris, he asked for a ride.
Faty told the AP he had panicked and plans to go to police this week to clear up the matter.