Reply to post: Does being "raided" have a different meaning over there?

Telecoms provider Oricom working with NHS fraud officers in ongoing probe

WatAWorld

Does being "raided" have a different meaning over there?

Their offices were "raided".

On the western side of the Atlantic that almost always means either raided by the police, or raided by the IRS with the support of the police.

So how can this not be a police matter? Does being raided have some other meaning over there?

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