FBI raids 'two locations associated with Project Veritas' as part of probe started under Bill Barr: report
The Federal Bureau of Investigation this week reportedly raided two locations associated with conservative group Project Veritas as part of a probe that started under former Trump-appointed Attorney General Bill Barr.
According to the New York Times, the searches were related to an investigation into how the personal diary of President Joe Biden's daughter, Ashley Biden, was stolen just ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
"Federal agents in New York conducted the court-ordered searches on Thursday — one in New York City and one in suburban Westchester County — at places linked to people who had worked with the group and its leader, James O'Keefe," writes the Times. "Project Veritas did not publish Ms. Biden's diary, but dozens of handwritten pages from it were posted on a right wing website on Oct. 24, 2020, at a time when President Donald J. Trump was seeking to undermine Mr. Biden's credibility by portraying his son, Hunter, as engaging in corrupt business dealings."
A member of the Biden family contacted law enforcement officials about the diary's theft and a Department of Justice investigation into the matter began shortly afterward.
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