Florida Police Raid Home of Fired Health Dept. Data Scientist who Built State’s COVID-19 Tracker
By Thomas Barrabi, foxnews.com // December 8, 2020
Rebekah Jones tweets footage of officers with drawn guns entering her house
TALLAHASSEE – Police in Florida conducted a raid on Monday at the home of a former Florida Department of Health employee who built the state’s COVID-19 case tracker only to be fired earlier this year for alleged insubordination.
The former employee, Rebekah Jones, published footage on her Twitter account which showed officers with their guns drawn entering the house.
The former state employee said the officers “pointed a gun in my face” and “pointed guns at my kids” during the encounter.
Jones claimed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis of ordering the raid, claiming the Republican “sent the gestapo” to silence her.
There will be no update today.
At 8:30 am this morning, state police came into my house and took all my hardware and tech.
They were serving a warrant on my computer after DOH filed a complaint.
They pointed a gun in my face. They pointed guns at my kids.. pic.twitter.com/DE2QfOmtPU
— Rebekah Jones (@GeoRebekah) December 7, 2020
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