Inside Manafort’s Former Condo, Site Of “No Knock” Raid

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Paul Manafort’s former condominium in Alexandria, Virginia, is listed for sale at $3.2 million. For the full story, click here. The following pictures show the interior of the home, which was seized by the bank earlier this year.

Manfort and his wife were sleeping when FBI agents arrived in the early-morning hours of a July 2017 day to execute a “no knock” warrant and search for evidence as part of the special counsel investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

In the kitchen there’s a Wolf cooktop, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, cherry cabinets and quartz countertops.

The home office, scoured by FBI agents for evidence of crimes, has a wall of cherry bookcases and cabinets.

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