The FBI has raided a warehouse pier near San Francisco after being tipped off about Chinese arms. The warehouse belongs to Richard Blum, husband of California Senator Diane Feinstein.
The warehouse had been under surveillance for the past six months when several reports came in of trucks coming and going at all hours had other businesses on the pier concerned about what was going on there.
The warehouse, which has been leased to the senator’s husband since 2015, has come under scrutiny in the past for its Chinese dealings. Now, with solid evidence, the Trump administration gave orders for the raid. There is no question of what was going on in there. Pier supervisor Bob Smith was shocked at the number of feds and police there. He’s never seen anything like it.
“I’ve been working here for 32 years, and this is new to me,” he said.
The operation was called “A Passage To Bangkok”, and led by Federal Agent Joseph Barron, an expert on Chinese arms. He also led the Tai Shan raids in 1987.
“The amount of arms, it’s just staggering,” Barron said, “it’s almost packed with them, the whole warehouse.”
He couldn’t believe how much was there. All kinds of Chinese arms. Right in front of his eyes. It was really a cause for concern about what Blum and Feinstein were up to.
Chinese arms, legs, prosthetic butts, you name it. It was in there. Even feet and toes, and countless dongs and replicated female genitalia. What was going on??? And all from China.
Most of it was to be distributed to the various doll manufacturers in California that specialized in adult toys. But the arms, thousands of them, were just laying around with no shipping papers or identification. It was disturbing to say the least.
They also found thousands of packaged ramen noodle cases, with the value totaling in the tens of dollars. They were to make it to college campuses all over California but with the recent pandemic they’ve been piling up. No charges were filed and left the feds scratching their heads of what they were doing there in the first place.