Missouri AG Opens Probe Into LibertySafe for Potential Deception of Its Customers

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is making LibertySafe the focus of an investigation after the company provided the FBI with a customer’s private safe code.

Nathan Earl Hughes of Fayetteville, Arkansas, was arrested on Aug. 30 for his participation in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Riots, according to The New York Times.

The FBI executed a search of Hughes’ home and then sent a request to Liberty Safe asking for the code to access Hughes’ gun safe.

SEE IT: FBI arrest of Nathan Hughes over J6. I’m curious why they didn’t want anyone recording the arrest! WATCH pic.twitter.com/fPFWaPEYBt

— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) September 7, 2023

Hughes’ lawyer, William Shipley, said Liberty Safe voluntarily gave the FBI the passcode to get into the safe. However, there was no court order requiring the company to do so, the Times reported.

Conservatives targeted Liberty Safe for a major boycott after the news broke.

NEW: America’s top gun safe manufacturer, Liberty Safe, gave the FBI an access code to a safe owned by someone who was present at the J6 protest.

We have officially found the Bud Light of gun safes. Enjoy going out of business, @libertysafeinc.

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