From The Globe. The article references former state investigator Scott Stillman.
Stillman was the one who investigated money stolen from a child care fund designed to help low-income people.
Stillman said he found that some people spent months overseas while collecting state money for supposedly caring for children in Minnesota.
“‘Most of that money is going to extravagant lifestyles, drugs,” he added.
The most interest came in Stillman’s comments that hinted at money being used for terrorist attacks.
Whenever he heard of an attack, he said that he and other investigators wondered how much of the money behind it came from Minnesota.
Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen, R-Alexandra, said that because some of the child care money comes from the federal government and because international terrorism is a federal issue, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI should investigate.