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A Dallas law firm representing a high-profile State Department whistleblower was broken into. Three computers were stolen and file cabinets were searched. Expensive items were looked at but left behind, including silver bars and expensive coins. Videos of the suspects entering and leaving the offices were aired on KDFW, a local Fox affiliate.

  
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The Shulman & Mathias law firm represents Aurelia Fedenisn. She recently made allegations against the state department and its contractors, from drug use and prostitution solicitation, to soliciting sexual favors from minors. She is a former investigator at the State Department Office of the Inspector General.

Attorney Cary Shulman commented, “It’s a crazy, strange and suspicious situation. It’s clear to me that somebody was looking for information. My most high-profile case is the Aurelia Fedenisn case, and I can’t think of any other case where someone would go to these great lengths to get our information.”

The State Department denied any involvement in the incident. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki commented, “Any allegation that the Department of State authorized someone to break into Mr. Schulman’s law firm is false and baseless. The state Department has repeatedly disputed Fedenisn’s allegations as well as denied any involvement.

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Attorney Schulman assessed the surveillance footage and commented, “It wasn’t professional enough.” He believed the motivations were likely political, but did not suspect department involvement.

According to ForeignPolicy.com, Aurelia Fedenisn’s case has gained media traction recently. She insists that internal investigations regarding misconduct have been “influenced, manipulated or simply called off” by senior State Department officials. She claims that the department tried to intimidate her and force her into silence. “They had law enforcement officers camp out in front of her house, harass her children and attempt to incriminate herself,” Schulman claimed.



Shulman & Mathias represent clients on a range of situations including fraud, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Although any of those cases could have caused the break in, Schulman is skeptical. “I’m involved in other cases locally, but those cases are rather stale.”



 

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