Agents of the federal government raided an Alaska woman’s home and “boutique hotel and spa” last week looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop, stolen during the January 6th riot at the United States Capitol, but the woman says it is a case of mistaken identity.
“Marilyn Hueper, who with her husband owns the Homer Inn & Spa in Homer, Alaska, said federal agents broke down the door of their home and confiscated laptop computers and a cellphone and handcuffed them and their guests during the search,” according to Fox News, quoting a local Anchorage, Alaska, paper.
Hueper said that the FBI conducted the search with the help of a Capitol police officer and that the agents “forensically audited” her husband’s cell phone. She also says that while agents claimed that no one answered when they knocked before entering her home, which doubles as a bed and breakfast, Hueper claims the search party never knocked.
“I think almost right off the bat, they said,