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originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: IAMTAT
...at 7246 Jonathon Street...
Doing some digging on this address.
Google maps show it to be the house on the left:
Looking at the tax records yields the following:
It would appear as though the tax records are incomplete, so verification will need a little more digging. Will report back when/if I can vet this item of information.
As to the people making the claim that this address is owned by a shell company owned by Abedin's brother, how the heck could they determine that if the whole thing is wrong?
originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: AboveBoard
I did not click on the link in the OP. I was going off of the quote and researched otherwise.
It's possible this is fake.
The 7200 block in Dearborn is definitely a Muslim neighborhood. You can see that with Google maps, by zooming in.
We know the raid is true.
We must also consider that if the home was indeed owned by the company owned by the Abedin family, the media would be working hard to keep that under wraps.
originally posted by: seagull
7242 Jonathon Street, Dearborn, MI.
It exists, Mapquest (for what it's worth) told me how to get there, and google Earth shows it as well.
For what it's worth.
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