The FBI raided the house of an Alaskan couple last week with guns drawn, looking for the laptop of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) that went missing during the Capitol riot on January 6.
The agents treated Paul and Marilyn Huepers harshly during the three hour raid, handcuffing them and interrogating them separately about the laptop. They didn’t read them their Miranda rights or even produce their warrant until the raid was already well underway.
The Huepers insisted that they never got closer than 100 yards to the Capitol when they attended the protest in D.C. on January 6, and Marilyn pointed out major differences between her appearance and the photo they showed her of the laptop theft suspect that was taken during the riot.
The FBI finally concluded that it was mistaken identity, but they still took Marilyn Hueper’s laptop and cell phone as part of the raid.
The Huepers have said they will be taking steps to address the raid and exercising their rights as citizens.
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