FBI and IRS agents RAID Detroit home to President UAW in investigation of corruption in the automotive industry
FBI and IRS agents RAID Detroit home of President UAW as federal corruption investigation into auto industry gets under way
- Federal agents armed with search orders appear in the home of the UAW leader
- The home of UAW President Gary Jones in Canton, Michigan, is being invaded on Wednesday
- The home of past UAW president Dennis Williams in Corona, California, is also being raided
In a growing investigation into the US automotive industry, FBI and IRS agents carried out raids on & # 39; multiple & # 39; states, including the homes of United Auto Workers President Gary Jones in Michigan and of California, the former president of Dennis, in California.
Investigators are investigating bribes, bribes and attempts by auto executives to influence labor negotiations with the UAW, reports the Detroit News.
FBI and IRS agents conducted raids in & # 39; multiple & # 39; in a growing investigation into the US auto industry. states, including Gary Gary, president of United Auto Workers in Michigan (above)
Investigators investigating bribes, bribes, and attempts by auto-executives to influence labor negotiations with the UAW invaded Gary Jones (above), who is the current UAW president
At the raids on Wednesday, federal agents appeared armed with search warrants at the home of Jones in Canton, a suburb of Detroit, and the home of Williams in Corona, California.
Agents also appeared at the UAW Black Lake Conference Center, a 1000-hectare retreat in northern Michigan. The facility was paid with interest from the union strike fund of $ 721 million, which is funded by employee contributions, the news reports.
FBI Mara Schneider confirmed to DailyMail.com that the raids took place at & # 39; multiple locations & # 39; in the US and refused to provide more details.
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