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IRS, Postal Service Agents Raid Texas HQ Of Televangelist Benny Hinn

Hinn came under Senate Finance Committee scrutiny in 2007 before being cleared of charges, but reason for Wednesday's raid unclear.




IRS, Postal Service Agents Raid Texas HQ Of Televangelist Benny Hinn

GRAPEVINE, TX — Federal agents swarmed upon the North Texas headquarters of televangelist Benny Hinn on Wednesday, carrying off boxes of materials from his offices, according to reports.

The search began at around 9 a.m. at the headquarters building in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburb of Grapevine, near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the Associated Press and other media outlets reported.

According to information found on Hinn's website, he was in Paris at the time agents descended upon his Texas headquarters. The AP reported the presence of both IRS and postal service agents on the grounds.

But the reason for the presence of federal agents at the site is a mystery for the time being. Lisa Slimak, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Dallas, told the AP she could neither confirm nor deny the very existence of an ongoing investigation. A message the AP left at Bennie Hinn Ministries went unanswered.

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Benny Hinn. This man is an utter piece of shit and if he's been caught doing something illegal it was inevitable they are all corrupt as hell.  

Trouble is.....they almost always seem to wriggle out of it.

Lets hope this time they've got something on the creep. In any half decent system he would have been run out of town years ago, the fake bastards the lot of them. How anybody can believe in them is beyond me. 

Oh I know, & I have seen tv shows too where they've tried to get them to explain themselves on camera, but they all claim religions reasons & demand the cameras be turned away.

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