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On Monday, a guy in California posted pictures of an FBI tracking device his friend found on his car to the social news site Reddit. Tuesday afternoon the FBI showed up at his friend’s house and demanded it back.

FBI Tracker Found In Car

Reddit user Khaledthegypsy posted this picture to Reddit, asking “Does this mean the FBI is after us?”

Turns out it was actually a tracking device. Wired’s Kim Zetter reports that the owner of the car is a 20-year-old Arab-American named Yasir Afifi. Just 24 hours after his friend posted pictures of the device to Reddit, a couple of FBI agents showed up at Afifi’s house, along with four police officers in SUVs and demanded the thing back.
From Wired:

Afifi retrieved the device from his apartment and handed it over, at which point the agents asked a series of questions – did he know anyone who traveled to Yemen or was affiliated with overseas training? One of the agents produced a printout of a blog post that Afifi’s friend Khaled allegedly wrote a couple of months ago. It had “something to do with a mall or a bomb,” Afifi said.


Read entire article at Gawker.com

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