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FBI raids Assembly of Prayer Church



FBI agents executed a search warrant at the Assembly of Prayer Church on Old Tobacco Road the morning of June 23. 

Richmond County Sheriff’s Office was there securing the perimeter during the raid but denies involvement in the actual investigation.

Neighbors of the church, who wish not to be ...

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  1. Very informative as to how our brand new federal ” RED FLAG ” law will function in the raiding of individuals , void of all factually verified information. yet rife with ” ALLEGATIONS “.
    As well as ” NO INSIGHT AS TO THE REASON “

  2. The FBI doesn’t need a reason to raid a church. If they are praying inside, that’s reason enough! The FBI has their hands full raiding and investigating law-abiding citizens as opposed to arresting actual criminals.

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