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Two Georgia Churches Raided By FBI

The FBI and local law enforcement raided two churches in Georgia with search warrants Thursday.

The law enforcement officers were spotted Thursday morning outside the House of Prayer Church in Hinesville armed with weapons, WSAV reported.

Other officers, also armed, were reportedly seen with a group of people standing near a building there.

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The House of Prayer Church has been accused of being a cult in recent years, with allegations of abuse and manipulation of its members, according to WSAV.

FBI agents also raided Assembly of Prayer Church in Hephzibah, a city in Richmond County, the same morning, according to WJBF. FBI Atlanta confirmed to the Daily Caller that it was “conducting a court authorized search warrant at both locations” but was not able to share anymore information at the time.

The two raids are said to be connected, and there have been no arrests made at this time, according to WSAV. The investigation is reportedly ongoing.

16 Comments
  • Art LaPella says:

    Depends on who you believe. Yahoo News says there were alleged “abuses of the GI Bill program by House of Prayer Christian Church’s bible seminaries.”

  • Hand Of God says:

    Stazi = FBI all that needs to be said

  • RM says:

    Maybe someone died and gave all there money to the church and the hairs got pissed off and want their fare share that was promised. Some of these fundamental beliefs systems do pray up on the weak minded people for there cash!

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