Homeland Security Documents Found in Target Parking Lot

American Thinker

After  a raid on a lumber business near Richmond, Virginia, an anonymous passerby found  the Homeland Security staging documents in the  parking lot of a Target store.

 On  Thursday Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations  executed search warrants at the Lumber  Liquidator’ s Virginia headquarters in Toano. Another business location for  the hardwood-flooring retailer in suburban Richmond was also searched. At the  time, a spokesman for the feds declined to say whether the warrant was related  to a particular person or for the company as a whole. Lumber Liquidators has 305  stores in North America.

 In  a statement, the company said it was cooperating to provide information and documentation to  “answer questions relating to the importation of certain  products.”

 On  Friday, September 27, NBC 12, a local affiliate, reported it had inside  information [See video]  on the reason for the raid:

Continue reading