ANCHORAGE, Alaska — FBI and Internal Revenue Service agents searched the home of U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens on Monday.
Investigative sources told FOX News that the FBI executed a search warrant at the Girdwood, Alaska, house. Sources would not detail what the search team is looking for, but said agents continued to do extensive work at the property late Monday.
The search began Monday afternoon when a number of federal agents were seen outside the home, the Anchorage Daily News reported. It wasn't immediately clear if anything was taken from Stevens' house.
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Gnat's Dad says he had nothing to do with it, but consider..., he has never completely revealed the parameters of his new job. Hmmmm....
Inquiring minds want to know!
So Lileks returns to Minnesota and... a bridge collapses. Hmmmm...., Lileks..., disaster (and there were construction companies involved both times).
What's next James?
I'm just sayin'.... connect the dots.
I still haven't figured out the Gonzales angle yet, but I'm thinkin' 'bout it.