On Friday, National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam interviewed a couple from Homer, AK who received a strange and disconcerting visit from the FBI who were looking for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's stolen laptop.
Says Kassam in his tweet: "EXC: FBI Raids Alaska Spa looking for Pelosi laptop? – Officers refused to present warrant; – Mistook owners' identity for Capitol rioter; - Confiscated Declaration of Independence!? Read (and listen) to this wild story breaking out of Alaska..."
In what appears to have been a case of mistaken identity, FBI agents showed up at the Homer Inn and Spa, the business and residence of Paul and Marilyn Hueper, on Wednesday morning:
At the bottom of the Facebook posts, Marilyn Hueper shows a photo of her next to a photo of the woman she considers the FBI is looking for. She claims that the FBI thought she was the woman in question.
Agents were supposedly looking for the laptop allegedly stolen from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Jan. 6 during the Capitol Riots. They seized all phones and laptops found on the premises.
Both Paul and Marilyn Hueper were handcuffed while this took place, as well as two people who were staying there at the time.
More alarmingly is that the agents didn't present a warrant to enter the spa, found on Ocean Driver Loop in Homer AK. Marilyn Hueper also claims that "didn’t even let me look at their [badges] long enough" to verify them as bona fide FBI agents. In fact, the agents allegedly didn't bother to show the warrant until they were done their operation, hours later.
A spokesperson from the FBI bizarrely called the incident a "court-authorized law-enforcement activity."