FBI removes files during raid of Detroit Public Library

“FBI agents raided the Detroit Public Library system and the home of its chief administrative officer on Tuesday, removing financial records from the agency thats been beset by controversy, officials confirmed. Nine agents arrived at the librarys main offices on Woodward at 8 a.m. They left shortly after 11 a.m. carrying three cardboard boxes and what appeared to be computer equipment. Library spokesman A.J. Funchess said agents presented search warrants when they arrived but didnt go into detail about the investigation.”

via The Detroit News.

2 Responses to “FBI removes files during raid of Detroit Public Library”

  1. Bunny Watson
    November 20, 2012 at 5:04 pm #

    It’s not a raid when you have a warrant. Just sayin’.

    • Michael S.
      November 20, 2012 at 7:13 pm #

      The World Dictionary disagrees. Just sayin’

      Raid: a surprise visit by police searching for criminals or illicit goods: a fraud-squad raid

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