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September 28, 2022
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12:25 am

FBI misguided judge in warrant that led to $86 million seized

The FBI reportedly misguided a judge who signed a search warrant that involved $86 million in cash being seized, according to a new report.

The Los Angeles Times noted the case of suspected criminal activity at J.S. Private Vaults, a Beverly Hills location with more than 1,000 safe-deposit boxes.

"Based on my training and experience in money laundering investigations, Chicago, Illinois, is a hub of both drug trafficking and money laundering," FBI agent Lynne Zellhart wrote.

"I believe these patrons were using their USPV box to store drug proceeds," she added.

Despite the limited warrant, the FBI seized the contents of the safety deposit boxes regardless of evidence of criminal activity.

The concerning case adds to the already controversial actions of the FBI related to the raid of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home and other recent events by the agency.

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