The FBI searched the home of a couple in Alaska who thought they had lost Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.
Marilyn Huper said the FBI thought she was the woman depicted inside the Capitol building.
Pelosi’s laptop Stolen During the January parliamentary attack.
Alaskan couples said the FBI searched for their home in search of the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Laptop If you make a mistake in your identity.
Pelosi’s laptop was stolen during a January 6 riot in the Capitol, where a riot in support of Trump raided the building and plundered the legislator’s office.
Marilyn Huper told local media that she and her husband, Paul Huper, were in Washington, DC on January 6 and attended a rally of then-President Donald Trump near the White House, but did not enter the Capitol. Told.
so Facebook post, Marilyn Huper, said on the morning of April 28, the federal government pushed her into her home, dragged her out of bed, handcuffed her, and separated her from her husband. She said the agents also confiscated their phones and laptops.
Paul Huper told an Alaskan radio station KSRM The agent also handcuffed the two guests who were staying with them.
“So I think almost immediately,” they said, “well, you probably know why we’re here,” Marilyn Huper told KSRM, and she “isn’t.” He added that he answered.
She continued: “And they said,’Well, we’re here for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop,’ and I said,’Oh.'”
In an interview with KSRM, the couple said they posted a photo on Capitol Steps’ Marilyn Huper’s social media, and the FBI mistaken her for a woman photographed inside the building. Paul Huper told the station that he stayed about 100 yards from the front of the building.
Marilyn Huper said there are some important differences between her and the woman the FBI was looking for. That is, the suspect’s hair was darker, his eyebrows were more arched, and his earlobe came off.
“It goes without saying that she wore an ugly black sweater with white snowflakes !! Not to mention the ugly sweater, I have to pay a lot of money to get me to wear a sweater …” She wrote on Facebook.
The FBI’s Anchorage office did not immediately respond to insider comments, but an FBI spokesman said. Check with Anchorage Daily News The agent “was conducting law enforcement activities authorized in court at the location you described.”
According to the newspaper, the couple have not been arrested or charged, and federal court records show that neither Huper has been charged.
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