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The GBI says an Albany drug agent who was shot in the shoulder Tuesday, actually shot himself.  Agent Mark Farley was in the car with a man who ran from officers. The Investigation shows Agent Farley fired 11 shots inside that car. Eight of the bullets hit the driver, Clayton Lewis. He was killed. One of the bullets hit Agent Farley in the shoulder. The GBI also says a gun found in the median, which police said  belonged to Lewis, had not been fired.  More tonight on WALB News 10 at 6.