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Schulman & Mathias Break-In: Law Firm Representing State Department Whistleblower Burglarized
A Texas law firm representing the State Department whistleblower behind recent federal complaints fell victim to a daring break-in last week, in which the suspects reportedly made off with computers but left behind other valuables.
The State Department investigator who accused colleagues last week of using drugs, soliciting prostitutes, and having sex with minors says that Foggy Bottom is now engaged in an “intimidation” campaign to stop her.
Among the odd details about the robbery is that only one credit card was stolen from a drawer that contained four cards. It's unclear to the attorneys why the crooks took one card from the drawer, but left behind three others and unsecured silver valued around $125.
The missing credit card was used for several retail purchases at Dallas' Valley View Center mall around 4:45 p.m. on June 29, Mathias said.
Eerily, the shopping spree happened four hours before security cameras in the firm's office building recorded two suspects first entering the building and then leaving with computers.
Robbing Banks for the CIA
Villegas introduced Torres to the man on the phone, Theo. He didn’t offer a last name. Theo said he worked for the government and was recruiting Torres to test the defenses of Washington-area banks. The plan was simple: Theo would tell him which bank to target, and Torres would give a manager a note demanding money. Armed security officers, threats to call the police, or a wait that exceeded five minutes would be cause to flee. If he left with money, he’d be paid $25,000. Successful or not, he was guaranteed $2,500 for taking part. Torres would deliver any money recovered to a location near Richmond. If arrested, Torres should stay silent. Federal authorities would get him out in 24 hours.
Originally posted by marg6043
I guess the traitors in our government private contracting business spying capabilities could not get the information they wanted and they needed physical information, what a whole bunch of dirt, they have to act like thieves in order to get away with what they want.
learn people this is the corrupted trash that is protecting our freedoms and liberties, while keeping America save and spying on us at the same time.
Are we feeling safeeeer now.
Originally posted by whyamIhere
This is weird...
I'm just waiting for...
"If you don't have anything to hide"
Why do you mind a little DOJ break-in to steal your private papers?
Originally posted by butcherguy
We need another 'Deep Throat' to drop the dime on the State Department.
That would make it a better story.