Federal agents raid Sen. Uresti's law office

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I have instructed my staff to fully cooperate with the federal investigators.

Three company officials have recently pleaded guilty to a felony charge to commit wire fraud following an investigation by the San Antonio Express-News. Likewise, I continue to work diligently to solve problems on the Veterans Affairs and Border Security Committees.

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"The FBI and IRS are lawfully present conducting a law-enforcement activity at the location", said an FBI spokeswoman.

If things come in threes, the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on state Senator Carlos Uresti's San Antonio law office might make our suite of allegations of possible crimes involving state officials. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was in court Thursday, fighting securities fraud charges against him. The company was accused of defrauding investors and declared bankruptcy in 2015.

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Uresti is Democrat from San Antonio.

Uresti is a state senator, representing District 19 in the Texas Legislature. They are now awaiting sentencing. Investors claim company CEO Stan Bates wasted their money on personal expenses and vacations. He also collected a $27,000 commission on a Harlingen woman's $900,000 investment in a joint venture with Four Winds; the woman ended up losing about $800,000, according to the paper. She is reported to have lost most of her money in the investment. As a lawyer his practice focuses on personal injury.

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The San Antonio Express-News says Uresti is under investigation for his connection to FourWinds, a fraudulent fracking business.

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