By Jim Hoft
The FBI has contacted veterans’ groups which helped evacuate Americans and at-risk allies left behind after the chaotic Afghanistan evacuation last month to make sure they did not violate federal laws.
Agents have enquired about financial records and flight manifests, and visited at least one group leader at home, Politico reported.
Agents are reportedly looking at whether any groups solicited money, offered bribes, or hired for-profit contractors for security and escort services.
The controversial private military contractor Erik Prince, who founded Blackwater, offered to safely evacuate people for $6,500 each, sparking allegations of profiteering. It is unclear if Prince has been contacted by the FBI.
Dozens of private groups made up of veterans and workers with experience in Afghanistan cropped up to aid those looking to flee the country.
Many were coordinated over messaging apps like WhatsApp, and some have continued their work since American military forces left the country for good on August 31.
Via Gateway Pundit
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