FBI agents on Tuesday raided the offices of Special Counsel Scott J. Bloch, who oversees protection for federal whistle-blowers. The agents seized computers and shut down e-mail service as part of an obstruction of justice probe, as first reported by NPR News.
I entered a link, I thought, to the story on NPR's website, but it spat back at me that the page no longer existed, so I don't know what I did wrong there. [www.npr.org]
Doesn't anyone else think this sort of thing matters? I know the democratic primary race is a big deal, but there's been virtually nothing about this anywhere except NPR. I haven't seen a thing about it in the N&O, even days later (did I miss it?) and had to look pretty hard through the online edition of NYT to find it.
BlueNC is dedicated to making North Carolina a more progressive and prosperous state. If your intention is to disrupt this effort, please find somewhere else to express your opinions.