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Nov 12, 2012 No Comments ›› Pat Dollard



Excerpted from The Daily Caller:
The FBI raided the home of former CIA Director David Petraeus’ biographer and mistress, Paula Broadwell, Monday evening.

At least four FBI agents entered Broadwell’s Dilworth neighborhood home in Charlotte, N.C., carrying boxes used for storing papers, according to an early report from The Charlotte Observer.

The Observer noted that the agents appeared to be searching both floors of the home.

Broadwell, who is married with two children, is staying at an undisclosed location, according to neighbors who spoke to Charlotte news station WCNC.

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Excerpted from The Blaze: UPDATE (10:46 p.m. EST): Despite being initially described as a raid, The FBI is now saying that the search of Broadwell’s home is “consensual” and part of concluding its probe into the alleged mistress, according to CNBC and NBC’s Andrea Mitchell and Pete Williams.

The FBI confirmed to WBTV in Charlotte that the agents inside Broadwell’s home were with the agency. However, FBI officials would not reveal what they were looking for.

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Excerpted from WFMY News, Charlotte, NC – Federal agents are inside the home of the Charlotte author at the center of a scandal involving CIA Director David Petraeus, who resigned Friday.

The Federal Bureau of Investigations confirms that it has agents inside Paula Broadwell’s Dilworth home.

While agents on scene would not confirm what they were looking for, nearly a dozen agents were seen carrying boxes and taking photographs inside the home.

Broadwell, the biographer who wrote a book about retired four-star general Petraeus, 60, has not been seen at her home since the news connecting her to an extramarital affair with Petraeus.

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Memento: A message that was pressure-washed into the driveway remains at Paula Broadwell’s home in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday afternoon