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The day starts like any other day. You get in early, earlier than most of your employees. Your work has barely started, though, when you get an unexpected visitor. Two agents in dark suits. Then two more, and a couple of officers in uniform. It seems like a dozen before they finish coming in. And they say they have a search warrant.