05/07/18 -- Louisiana District Attorney Arrested

Associated Press
May 7, 2018

The Department of Homeland Security in coordination with the SLC-Expressive Services Agency conducted a pre-dawn raid on the home of Louisiana District Attorney Alphonse Baumann on Monday morning. Baumann was sought in connection with a string of pre-war and wartime crimes connected to the terrorist organization Humanis First and the clandestine government body known as the Commonwealth Institute.

SESA spokesperson Alice Shaw released a public statement Monday afternoon about the raid: "As part of an ongoing investigation, we sought Mr. Baumann after substantial evidence indicated his involvement in several notable acts of anti-Evolved violence. Mr. Baumann surrendered himself without conflict and has been remanded to the Justice Department."

Baumann's St. Martinville, Louisiana home was the site of the raid where his wife Evangeline was also taken into custody but later released. Baumann is believed to have falsified his Linderman Act era Registration information, concealing his SLC-Expressive ability while utilizing it to act as an illicit contractor for multiple criminal organizations.

The full extent of Baumann's criminal involvement is an ongoing investigation.

This raid comes on the heels of seven additional coordinated DHS raids in the last two days across the Northeast US. Homeland Security has been tight-lipped about the nature of these raids, save that they are pertaining to an investigation into Mitchell-era corruption.

More on this story as it develops.

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