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FBI Agents Steal $86 Million Dollars from 800 Random People In Private Vault Heist

The FBI is facing yet another controversy over what court documents is the theft of the life’s savings of 800 random people at the U.S. Private Vaults safety deposit box storage in Beverly Hills .

Federal agents raided U.S. Private Vaults and asserted in court last February that the business was a front for laundered drug money. Six months later, nobody has been charged and the US Attorney prosecuting the case has not provided any updates.

Around $86 million dollars in cash plus large amounts of jewels and precious metals were taken in this safety deposit box raid under the federal government’s asset forfeiture program. Court documents in a lawsuit over the seizure have revealed that FBI agents falsely accused most of the people of having obtained their money illegally, which they have since proven to be from legitimate sources.

The only evidence the FBI and federal prosecutors have provided to justify what is for all intents and purposes a robbery and warrantless seizure is that a drug sniffing dog smelled marijuana while walking through the rows of the business. They further allege that a couple of deposit box holders once applied for a legal marijuana license and were rejected. The government is also claiming that the money they took was bundled with rubber bands, which they assert in court is only something criminals do.

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