... “two men with briefcases just showed up to the Broadwell home… ran inside.” The reporter also said later “dozens of people” showed up to the home, carrying bags and boxes inside, possibly to gather evidence.
We know that Broadwell has already been interviewed twice by the FBI and her computer was turned over. Officials reportedly found classified material/documents on the computer. David Petraeus denied giving those documents to Broadwell.
The Blaze will have updates are they are available.
The Broadwell family is reportedly in an undisclosed location.
It is doubtful the FBI will find anything in the home. Broadwell has had plenty of time to remove anything discriminating.
The original FBI agent who investivated Jill Kelley's complaint about the threatening emails -- sent her shirtless pictures of himself. Oh for heaven's sake! He was ultimately banned from the case and is now under investigation by the Office of Professional Responsibility, the internal-affairs arm of the FBI, who became concerned that he might have grown obsessed with the matter. What is the problem with these men and women?
Hot Air reports:
Josh Marshall observes that Petraeus suddenly looks like the most mentally balanced person involved in this. This does seem to answer some of the lingering questions, though. Who was the “whistleblower” who tipped Reichert and, eventually, Cantor? Now we know. Why were the DOJ and FBI allegedly reluctant to share the news about Petraeus with the White House and DNI until very recently? Maybe because this scandal is almost as much of an embarrassment to them as it is to Petraeus. Why did the FBI take an unusual interest in what appeared to be an otherwise routine case of cyber-harassment? Because, if you believe the Journal, the agent involved had an unusual interest in Kelley. In fact, the Daily Beast claims to have spoken to a source who’s seen the e-mails Broadwell sent to Kelley.