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FBI Searches Home of Former Reagan Aide Robert McFarlane for Evidence of Sudanese Relationship

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

FBI agents searched the apartment of a national security adviser under former President Reagan on suspicions that he violated federal law by lobbying on behalf of the Sudanese government, according to an Associated Press story in the Washington Post.

Agents searching the apartment of Robert McFarlane found classified White House documents and handwritten notes about Sudan, the Post reported. The search warrant was filed in U.S. District Court in Washington.

Federal law bars Americans from doing business with Sudan because of human rights violations and its alleged support for terrorism, the Post wrote.

Email obtained by the FBI show communication between McFarlane and the Sudanese government

“I believe that these emails are evidence that McFarlane was entering into an agreement with the government of Sudan to lobby the U.S. government officials on behalf of Sudan and to provide it advice during negotiations with the United States,” FBI agent Grayden R. Ridd wrote, according to AP.


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