Air Force Unit Leads Massive Raid On Nevada Gun Shop Over Stolen Items From Air Force Base
The Intel Hub
August 20, 2011
In a startling and surprising turn of a events, the United States Air Force has led a massive raid on a Nevada gun shop.
Tight lipped about the reasons for the raid, police with machine guns, K9 swat units, the FBI, the ATF, and the United States Air Force raided the Citadel Gun Shop in Las Vegas.
Heavy on action and light on information, investigators remained tight-lipped about the warrants served at the Citadel Gun and Safe store and an unoccupied building behind it.
A public information officer with the U.S. Air Force tells CNN authorities retrieved stolen property from an Air Force base at the store. No explosives or weapons were among the stolen items.
The public information officer tells CNN authorities have interviewed the store owner, and he is being cooperative. They are also searching for a second person.
The raid was apparently legal because the military was looking for stolen items from an unnamed Air Force Base but never the less it is always unsettling to see the military arresting citizens in America.
Considering that multiple people are warning of a false flag nuclear attack near 9/11 and President Obama has warned of a lone wolf terror attack near 9/11, this raid could be extremely importanat.
What was at the gun shop and what connections does it have to other recent reports and warnings from numerous sources?
The fact that officials are not releasing the actual reasons for the raid indicates that there may be some sort of cover up over what police were actually looking for.