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FBI swat team in Dearborn for national security issue
On June 1, 2017 a raid took place on the 7200 Block of Jonathon Street in Dearborn, Michigan which is owned by a “shell company,” turns out it’s actually owned by Huma Abedin’s brother and sister.
This shell company is the Journal of Muslim Affairs. Several FBI and DOJ officers left Washington enroute to Dearborn……convoys of cars descended on the home located at 7246 Jonathon Street, assisted by other law enforcement officers from neighboring locals.
During the Clinton campaign last summer, if you recall, we didn’t see Huma Abedin for awhile, she had apparently made a trip to Dearborn, Michigan. A few months before she left to visit her brother, Hassan Abedin’s home in Dearborn, she was interviewed by the FBI about Hillary Clinton’s lost emails.
Upon Abedin’s testimony to the FBI, it is reported that a laptop containing an archived copy, along with a thumb drive, were lost in the mail.
Is this Hillary-related, Wiener-related...or Terror-related?
Posted on 5/2/2017
Hillary Clinton's deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, is back in the news. Actually, she is only in the news now because of two of her family members, who have been indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiracy, wire fraud, and securities fraud.
The indictments against two of her first cousins, Omar Amanat and Irfan Amanat, were made available via the Justice Department's website. To view Omar's indictment, click here. To view Irfan's indictment, click here.
Abedin, Clinton and the State Department were mentioned in the indictments.
According to one of the allegations, the men encouraged Abedin to get help from the State Department. As a result, they received $1.2 million in federal grants.
originally posted by: RomeByFire
Your link "freerepublic," set off numerous safety sensors on my rig.
I thought I would post for other members. Do not click on that link.
ETA: are there any other sources regarding the Huma claim? The only source I'm finding for it is from that freerepublic website and there appears to be a keylogger loaded into that link. Not cool, OP.
According to a source familiar with the operation , the Thursday raid at a house in Dearborn appears to have nothing to do with metro Detroit or the young adult male who lives in house that was raided. That person was not in the home at the time of the raid and no charges are imminent, the source said, noting it is not clear whether that person has been detained by authorities.
According to multiple sources, the FBI in Detroit is working with the FBI in another state about a national security issue.