ABC News Producer Who Was Writing About Biden Admin Failure Has Home Raided By FBI, Then He Vanishes

(Patriot Insider) – An investigative producer for ABC News has not been seen by any of his colleagues since April, right around the same time that the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided his apartment in Virginia.

Jennifer Smith of the Daily Mail wrote that James Gordon Meek, 51, moved out of his home in Arlington, Virginia after the raid took place and has not been seen by any of his neighbors ever since. This is extremely weird and very unsettling. Once again, there is something shady unfolding and the FBI is right smack in the middle of it. Kind of makes you wonder what’s going on at the bureau, doesn’t it?

Apparently, Meek “abruptly” left his job at the network, pulled out of the book he was helping to write about Biden’s failed troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, and has been staying under the radar, quite successfully, ever since.

The first publication to discuss this strange situation was The Rolling Stone, which discussed the raid on Meek’s home on Wednesday. Sources close to the investigation have revealed that Meek is suspected of having classified documents in his possession. That’s a familiar charge, right? It was the same excuse the FBI gave for raiding former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence over the summer.

The source went on to say that agents discovered classified information on Meek’s laptop.

“If that is the reason for the raid, it raises serious questions about the government’s approach towards journalists seeking to expose corruption or wrongdoing,” Smith remarked. “It also raises questions of how they knew about it.”

The FBI has not taken any action to help alleviate any of the rumors and questions swirling around this incident as they refuse to provide comment on an ongoing investigation as a matter of bureau policy, which is why they have not given a reason for the raid on Meek’s apartment. All they will reveal is that there was indeed a raid at his address on the date in question.

The Daily Mail noted that the warrant that allowed the raid has not been released to the public and the attorneys representing Meek are not discussing any of the information they have been told.

“In a statement, attorney Eugene Gorokhov said he knew nothing of any classified documents, but that if Meek did possess them it would have been within the scope of his career as a journalist investigating national security and military operations,” Smith stated in the article.

“Mr. Meek is unaware of what allegations anonymous sources are making about his possession of classified documents,” Gorokhov commented. “If such documents exist, as claimed, this would be within the scope of Mr. Meekā€™s long career as an investigative journalist covering government wrongdoing.”

He continued, “Press inquiries on this issue are troubling for a different reason: they appear to be based on statements from a source inside the government. It is highly inappropriate, and illegal, for individuals in the government to leak information about an ongoing investigation.”

A spokesman for ABC News gave a statement to the Daily Mail saying that Meek resigned from his post at the company “abruptly,” but they would not provide further details about the situation.

Even more strange is the fact that the Justice Department has yet to confirm there is an investigation into Meek. Around the same time that the producer’s home was raided, Meek pulled out of co-authoring a book he was working on with Lt. Col. Scott Mann, who is a former Green Beret. The book ended up being published with only Mann’s name listed as the author.

In a previous description of the book, there was a line about Meek being contacted by a Special Forces operator overseas. It said, “in April, ABC News correspondent James Gordon Meek got an urgent call from a Special Forces operator serving overseas.”

Now, however, the promotional text for the tome has no mention of Meek at all. Instead, the blurb reads, “In April, an urgent call was placed from a Special Forces operator serving overseas.”

In the piece from Rolling Stone, neighbors said that Meek simply vanished after the raid on his apartment. These witnesses stated that Meek has two daughters who spent a lot of time at the apartment. According to the neighbors, the raid was short and sweet, only lasting around 10 minutes.

Nobody seems to know what, exactly, is going on here. All we do know is that the FBI is once again involved in something strange that happens to concern an individual who was helping to write a book about Biden’s Afghanistan troop withdrawal, which was an unmitigated disaster. Hardly seems like a coincidence.

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