The FBI released on Thursday the search warrant for the April 28th raid on an Alaskan couple's business and residence. The FBI raided Homer Inn and Spa, owned by Paul and Marilyn Hueper, in the hopes of recovering a laptop stolen from Nancy Pelosi's office during the January 6 Capitol Hill riot. The FBI has identified a woman that grabbed the laptop, and when compared to the Department of Motor Vehicles database, Marylin Hueper's name came up.
Marylin, writing from Paul's Facebook page, said "apparently, I have a doppelgänger... who was part of the Capitol breach, but that was ID'd as me! What the heck?!! They could have done a face recognition with my state drivers license and noticed that I have attached ear lobes... and she doesn't. She has heavily arched eyebrows... and I don't." She also attached a photo with the post comparing herself to the woman the FBI is accusing her of being.
According to the report, Alaskan Airlines flight crew members identified the couple on a February 17, 2021 flight as being "non-compliant" passengers that refused to wear face masks.
One witness provided the FBI with an instagram picture taken by Paul of Marylin at the Capitol building January 6, and advised the Agents that a photo marked 225 on the FBI tip line of of Marylin, in addition to advising about the mask policy violation.
Harmeet Dhillon, American lawyer and Republican party official, pointed out the obvious differences in attire and accessories, questioning who would go to the trouble to change that between Trump's speech and storming the Capitol.
Another user came down on the fight attendants, saying that the workers were enacting "long desired revenge" against passengers. Many other users pointed out the blatant differences in appearance between the two women, and pondered whether the incident constituted as swatting.