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Journalist Bryan Carmody told the San Francisco Examiner that police tried to break down his door Friday morning after he refused to identify the source who provided him with a confidential police report.

Carmody told the outlet that police and FBI agents searched his home and office because he had obtained a copy of the police report detailing Public Defender Jeff Adachi’s February death.

The article goes on to state the following:

Two weeks prior, police investigators showed up at his home to ask him, politely Carmody noted, to identify the source who gave him the report.

On Friday, investigators confiscated his cell phones, computers and a copy of the police report from his office safe.

“They have completely shut down my business,” Carmody, who has operated as an independent stringer for Bay Area and national television stations, including Fox News, CNBC and CBS Evening news, told the Examiner.

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