In late October, law enforcement officials and special agents from the National Archives and Records Administrations (NARA) Office of Inspector General raided the home of a recently retired employee, removing two truckloads of material. A law enforcement official told the media that agents arrived with a moving truck and a list of items they were seeking. Archives investigators located boxes of materials and "identified (the items) right away as theirs" in a basement room. The items were loaded onto the truck. Interestingly, the raid took place just days after a GAO report criticized several federal agencies, including NARA, for security system weaknesses.
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