"Suburban Virginia," eh?
The new leader of Libya's opposition military spent the past two decades in suburban Virginia but felt compelled — even in his late-60s — to return to the battlefield in his homeland, according to people who know him.
Since coming to the United States in the early 1990s, [Khalifa Hifter] lived in suburban Virginia outside Washington, D.C. [Abdel Salam Badr of Richmond, Va., who said he has known Hifter all his life,] said he was unsure exactly what Hifter did to support himself, and that Hifter primarily focused on helping his large family.
Gee, that's odd. I'm trying to think of what work there could be in suburban Virginia that could possibly give rise to such a sense of uncertainty.
Then again, a nod is as good as a wink: