The case of Nancy Pelosi’s missing laptop

While the couple (pictured) say they attended the rally on January 6th they strongly deny entering the US Capitol during the deadly riots. Image Credit Facebook Paul Hueper.


On Wednesday, the FBI served a search warrant at a house in Homer, Alaska. They raided Marilyn and Paul Hueper’s home to search for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop which was stolen during the Capitol riot on January 6. Marilyn said that it was a case of mistaken identity. She also said that they confiscated laptop computers and a cellphone.


Marilyn spoke to the Kenai radio station and described the surreal moments. She said that the agents arrived at the couple’s home and told her that she would probably know the reason for their visit and she replied “yeah, no, not really.” Then they told her that they had come to her boutique spa/home to collect Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.


She said that was when she realized that it had actually been stolen and it was at large. She added that she thought it was a conspiracy theory earlier and so she thanked them for the Intel.


Agents also asked her who she was working with and that brought forth peals of laughter after which she apologized to the agent and that she wasn’t being disrespectful but the whole incident was “surreal and strange.”


She added that the FBI took away her laptop computer and a cellphone during the raid. She said that she and her husband were there at the Capitol but were outside. They didn’t enter the historic building. He took a photo of her on the steps and posted it on Instagram.


She also said that the FBI showed her other women inside the Capitol. She agreed that there were similarities between the woman and her in their clothes, their age and their hairstyle but joked that the woman had detached earlobes, which made her jealous as she “has always wanted detached earlobes.”


A spokesperson for the FBI in Anchorage, Chloe Martin agreed that a court authorized law enforcement activity was conducted at the Homer Inn and Spa. She added that individuals were free to speak about their interactions with the FBI, but the agency doesn’t, as a matter of practice, discuss or describe any contact they have or allegedly have with any individuals.


The case of the Nancy Pelosi’s missing laptop will reportedly continue and may not be closed as of now. Meanwhile, Marilyn and Paul Heuper insist that it is a case of mistaken identity and they may continue regaling customers, family and friends about the day the FBI came to the Homer Inn and Spa to look for Nancy Pelosi’s missing laptop.

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