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Biden Regime Preps Charges for Investigative Reporter Raided by FBI

'None of it adds up... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The Biden regime’s Justice Department plans to indict former ABC News investigative reporter James Gordon Meek, whose house the FBI raided in April, with multiple charges of undetermined scope and severity.

No one has confirmed Meek’s whereabouts since October, when a Daily Mail reporter spotted him in Virginia at his mother’s home.

FBI agents executed a pre-dawn raid on his apartment in Arlington, Virginia, on April 27, and they took nearly a dozen electronic devices, the Daily Mail reported. Shortly after the raid, Meek resigned from ABC News.

Meek is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who reported on military operations that the Biden administration wants to hide, as well as behind-doors details about thwarted terror attacks and soldiers who died from allied fire.

“Independent observers believe the raid is among the first – and quite possibly, the first – to be carried out on a journalist by the Biden administration,” Rolling Stone said in the report that first revealed the impending charges against Meek.

Anonymous sources claimed that the FBI found classified information on Meek’s laptop.

Friends and former ABC News colleagues said the charge that Meek had classified information on his laptop does not seem accurate because the network has not stepped in to defend him or provide legal support.

Meek cited “personal reasons” when he quit ABC News.

“If he did have anything like that, classified documents or similar materials, that would presumably be for a story he was working on,” a former colleague said. “This is a guy who has done a lot of good in the world. ABC would be firmly in his corner if it was for legitimate journalism. None of it adds up.”

Meek worked at ABC for nine years.

Dena Iverson, principal deputy director in the DOJ’s Office of Public Affairs, released an unusual statement, saying that the DOJ cannot comment on the case but that it did not violate its promise not to target journalists.

“While the department cannot speak to any specific case or activity, the Department strictly adheres to the Attorney General’s July 2021 memorandum prohibiting the use of compulsory process with regards to members of the news media acting within the scope of newsgathering activities,” she told the Daily Beast.

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