FBI raids Philly Proud Boys in Jan 6 investigation: report

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PHILADELPHIA – On Friday, the FBI raided the home of a Philadelphia leader Proud Boys for information about the January 6 riot on the United States Capitol, according to multiple media sources.

The Inquirer reports that the FBI has arrived in Newark, Delaware, home of Aaron Whallon Wolkind, 37, around 4 a.m. on Friday. Wolkind’s attorney, Jonathon Moseley, said he believed the FBI was seeking information about Zach rehl, president of the Philadelphia Proud Boys, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Federal officials took Whallon-Wolkind’s electronic devices, including his computer, Talking Points Memo reports.

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Wolkind was handcuffed, but not arrested or charged, the reports say. Authorities attempted to question him at his home, but he reportedly refused to speak in the absence of a lawyer.

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