Donald Trump handily won two big neighborhoods in one of the wealthiest zip codes in America last November. The 90210 zip code in Beverly Hills had been turning out for absolutely massive Trump rallies for several weeks prior to the 2020 election. It was bizarre to a lot of southern Californians that there was massive support for the big man in 2020, but it was true. From Truesdale Estates all the way down to the Los Angeles Country Club – it was Trump country. So, it was no mystery to me when the FBI raided a private security company across the street from those neighborhoods in March and stole the safety deposit boxes of 800 wealthy people. This was a political fishing expedition.
If you missed our previous story on this violation of the Fourth Amendment rights of wealthy Trump supporters, you can get caught up HERE.
US Private Vaults was the closest state-of-the-art facility where the rich and famous in those Trump-supporting neighborhoods kept their valuables. The median home price in those two neighborhoods is about $15 million, so burglary is a real concern for these folks. One woman whose box was seized – unlawfully – by the FBI says it contained “$100,000 in gold and silver coins, some family heirlooms like a diamond necklace inherited from her late grandmother, and an engagement ring she’d promised to pass down to her daughter.”
Now that the indictment against US Private Vaults has been unsealed, and the attorneys of these wealthy people are fighting back, we know a lot more about the case. The warrant which allowed the FBI to raid US Private Vaults in March claims that the company was involved in conspiracy to distribute drugs and money laundering. That’s… pretty hilarious, since the LAPD and other California authorities don’t even consider those things to be crimes in Hollywood.
When’s the last time you heard of some movie director, star or producer arrested for drugs or money laundering? Not recently, right?
Remember Ed Buck? The wealthy Mr. Buck was one of the largest Hollywood donors to people like Hillary Clinton and Burbank Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). After getting caught with a dead black male prostitute and a huge stash of drugs in his condo, the LAPD… picked up the dead body and told Mr. Ed Buck to have a nice day. It was only after the second dead black male prostitute turned up in Mr. Buck’s apartment that the authorities could no longer ignore it (and thus cutting off impeachment kook Adam Schiff’s largest donor money stream in Hollywood).
Anyway, it’s weird right from the get-go that this private security vault company got raided in the first place. But the warrant explicitly told the FBI that it “does not authorize a criminal search or seizure of the contents of the safe-deposit boxes.” Under the conditions of the warrant, the FBI was directed by a judge to take the boxes into custody, NOT OPEN THEM UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, and do everything in its power to return those boxes to their rightful owners who were not part of the criminal indictment.
The warrant only authorized the FBI to seize US Private Vaults’ computers, security cameras, money-counting machines and other property. The safety deposit boxes are the private property of the people renting them, and the FBI was supposed to keep those safe.
One of the high-powered attorneys who is now suing the FBI got his hands on the FBI’s own video of the illegal search and seizure of his client’s safety deposit box. How’d he get that? Who knows? Hollywood lawyers who charge $25,000 an hour for their services can probably get their hands on all kinds of things that normal lawyers can’t. (Could we put some of those lawyers to work on the Durham report, by the way?)
Remember: The warrant stated that the FBI was NOT supposed to open any of the boxes as part of the search and seizure.
The video shows the FBI ripping open his client’s private safety deposit box. The agents then proceed to photograph all of the owner’s private personal papers. Then, they rip open the innocent person’s sealed envelopes and proceed to steal approximately $75,000 in one-ounce gold coins which are now missing (the box was finally returned to the owner, minus approximately 40 one-ounce gold coins).
It’s bad enough that the FBI violated the civil rights of 800 wealthy Americans by opening their safety deposit boxes in direct opposition to what the warrant said. But it’s also truly scary that this was a “fishing” expedition. The agents had the opportunity to open those boxes and see if the owners were engaged in “Russian collusion” or whatever – and they abused that opportunity. Looks like some of them made a serious bundle of cash in the process, as well.
The mainstream media continues to ignore stories like this, which chronicle the Biden regime’s political persecution of Trump supporters. We’ll keep you updated on THIS story as the lawsuit against the FBI progresses.