DHS Seizes Investigative Reporter’s Confidential Files During Pre-Dawn Raid

October 25, 2013 9:45 amViews: 10576

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If you don't think the Obama administration is the most divisive, vindictive and out of control regime America has ever seen, this is one story that may make you think otherwise. It seems as if no one, especially conservatives, are safe with Barack Hussein Obama running the show.

In a pre-dawn raid this past August of conservative reporter and investigative journalist Audrey Hudson, the Department of Homeland Security, who only had a warrant to search for and seize her husband's guns, not only did just that but also confiscated a set of documents that contained information on sources of information inside the DHS and the Transportation Security Administration.

During the raid which was only to search for her husband's guns which he was prohibited from possessing because of a case where he plead guilty to resisting arrest in 1986, Hudson said no subpoena for the notes was shown to her for any documents to be searched for or taken.

A 27 year old guilty plea, guns and ammo, a conservative reporter who used to write for The Washington Times, Human Events and is now a freelance writer and a file containing confidential sources inside the DHS and TSA, doesn't that sound like a good reason for a raid by Obama's government thugs?

Read more on this story below from the exclusive report at The Daily Caller:

A veteran Washington D.C. investigative journalist says the Department of Homeland Security confiscated a stack of her confidential files during a raid of her home in August — leading her to fear that a number of her sources inside the federal government have now been exposed.

In an interview with The Daily Caller, journalist Audrey Hudson revealed that the Department of Homeland Security and Maryland State Police were involved in a predawn raid of her Shady Side, Md. home on Aug. 6. Hudson is a former Washington Times reporter and current freelance reporter.

A search warrant obtained by TheDC indicates that the August raid allowed law enforcement to search for firearms inside her home.

The document notes that her husband, Paul Flanagan, pleaded guilty in 1986 to resisting arrest in Prince George’s County. The warrant called for police to search the residence they share and seize all weapons and ammunition because he is prohibited under the law from possessing firearms.

But without Hudson’s knowledge, the agents also confiscated a batch of documents that contained information about sources inside the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration, she said.

Outraged over the seizure, Hudson is now speaking out. She said no subpoena for the notes was presented during the raid and argues the confiscation was outside of the search warrant’s parameter.

“They took my notes without my knowledge and without legal authority to do so,” Hudson said this week. “The search warrant they presented said nothing about walking out of here with a single sheet of paper.”

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