Break-In at Law Firm Representing State Department Whistleblower

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Aurelia Fedesin

Photo of whistleblower, Aurelia Fedesin, she and her children been harassed by law enforcement

A Dallas law firm – Schulman & Mathias – representing Aurelia Fedenisn, a State Department whistleblower, was broken into multiple times by the same burglars who were caught on tape coming and going at the time of the break-in.

They stole three computers and broke into the firm’s file cabinets, leaving behind valuables and ignoring other offices. They casually walked in through an empty office and a hole in the wall.

Fedesin, a former investigator for the State Department’s IG, made explosive allegations against a number of officials and the protective detail for Hillary Clinton. She insists that high-level State Department officials called off investigations into sex and drug scandals of high-profile cases including an Ambassador and the men protecting Hillary Clinton.

Fedesin also said that the State Department began hiring people with criminal or checkered pasts because of a flawed hiring process.

This all happened under Hillary Clinton’s watch.

Fedesin was subjected to an aggressive FBI search of her home after doing a TV interview. Law enforcement camped outside her home in what appeared to be a case of intimidation.

State Department spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, naturally said there is no basis to Fedesin’s allegations and they had nothing to do with the break-in.

The burglars seen strolling in and out of the offices appear to have targeted the three computers they stole and the file cabinets they broke into. Schulman said the Fedesin case is his most high-profile case while others are routine.

Full story at Foreign Policy

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