A dozen armed FBI agents reportedly awakened Paul and Marilyn Huepers on April 28 with seven guns pointed at them, in search of Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s laptop, which was lost on January 6.
“It was a little alarming when I turned around the corner,” Paul said, according to AlaskaWatchman.com. “The first thing they did was start barking out commandments.”
“We sat there really for the first hour, not knowing what’s going on. They never offered for us to be comfortable,” he added, “It was very harshly done.”
The Huepers reportedly asked for identification and were handcuffed and interrogated separately before authorities showed Marilyn a photo they suspected to be her. The FBI reportedly did not initially show a search warrant but provided one later.
The Huepers were apparently in Washington, DC, for the rally on January 6, but they said they never were close to the Capitol building.