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From Headline USA:

Did FBI Steal 9 Tons of Buried Civil War Treasure from Remote Pa. Site?
A scientific analysis commissioned by the FBI shortly before agents went digging for buried treasure suggested that a huge quantity of gold could be below the surface, according to newly released government documents and photos that deepen the mystery of the 2018 excavation in remote western Pennsylvania.

The report, by a geophysicist who performed microgravity testing at the site, hinted at an underground object with a mass of up to 9 tons and a density consistent with gold. The FBI used the consultant’s work to obtain a warrant to seize the gold — if there was any to be found.

The government has long claimed its dig was a bust. But a father-son pair of treasure hunters who spent years hunting for the fabled Civil War-era gold — and who led agents to the woodland site, hoping for a finder’s fee — suspect the FBI double-crossed them and made off with a cache that could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

More at the site.  Lots of evidence points to the FBI finding the treasure and spending several days digging it up.  If the site was a dry hole, they would not have spent the time and would not have excluded the original finders or the news media. Simple as that.

Again, they need to have their funding cut by 80% and their headquarters moved to Adak, Alaska

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