The Washington Times is preparing to take legal action in connection with the raid of a reporter’s home by government officials.

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The Washington Times is preparing to take legal action in connection with the raid of a reporter’s home by government officials.

The warrant was narrowly written to limit the raid to a search for weapons owned by the reporter’s husband. Instead, the raiders carefully picked through the reporter’s files and took those pertaining to her stories about the TSA. The man in charge of this search also happened to be a former TSA employee who apparently had a direct interest in those files.

That her private files were seized, says Mrs. Hudson [the reporter], is particularly disturbing because of interactions that she and her husband had during the search of their home, as well as months afterwards, with Coast Guard investigator Miguel Bosch. According to his profile on the networking site LinkedIn, Mr. Bosch worked at the Federal Air Marshal Service from April 2001 through November 2007.

It was Mr. Bosch, Mrs. Hudson says, who asked her during the Aug. 6 search if she was the same Audrey Hudson who had written the air marshal stories. It was also Mr. Bosch, she says, who phoned Mr. Flanagan a month later to say that documents taken during the search had been cleared.

During the call, according Mrs. Hudson, Mr. Bosch said the files had been taken to make sure that they contained only “FOIA-able” information and that he had circulated them to the Transportation Security Administration, which oversees the Federal Air Marshal Service, in order to verify that “it was legitimate” for her to possess such information.

“Essentially, the files that included the identities of numerous government whistleblowers were turned over to the same government agency and officials who they were exposing for wrongdoing,” Mrs. Hudson said.

In other words, Bosch used the search to obtain the files so that the TSA could identify Mrs. Hudson’s sources within the agency. Expect those individuals to be punished in the coming years, for the crime of telling the truth about America’s KGB.



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  • Pzatchok

    This was just blatant.

    The feds can’t even say they accidentally found her files while looking for guns.

    I have lost all confidence in this government. Anything it does from here on out would not surprise me in the least.

    Is that someone looking in my window???????

  • ken anthony

    It’s pure fascism. Even Hitler had to make fraudulent law before committing many of his evils. Be wary if Obama invites the tea party to a shower party. They’ve already called for killing of tea party members. They don’t even hide their fascism.

    It’s amazing. Like the guy caught in bed with a woman that isn’t his wife. The “are you going to believe me or your lying eyes” defense is accepted today.

    Obama and his creeps… YOU LIE.

  • D. K. Williams

    Reporters will have to encrypt their notes in the future and hide them off the grid.

  • Edward

    I wonder which night the long knives come out.

    Or which night will be of Broken Glass (Kristallnacht). (Perhaps the August 6th raid was a precursor.)

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