Search for Pelosi's laptop leads feds to Alaska -- and wrong home, woman claims
Added 05-01-21 01:29:01am EST - “The Alaska? owner of a boutique hotel in Homer said federal agents searched her home this week, after having mistaken her for another woman in an effort to recover Nancy Pelosi's stolen laptop.” - Foxnews.com
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The Alaska owner of a boutique hotel in Homer said federal agents searched her home this week, after having mistaken her for another woman in an effort to recover Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop.
The House speaker's computer was reportedly pilfered during the deadly breach of the U.S. Capitol in January.
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 the Anchorage Daily News.
"I think almost right off the bat, they said, ‘Well, you probably know why we’re here,’ or something like that. It’s like, yeah, no, not really. And they said, ‘Well, we’re here for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.’ And I said, ‘Oh,’ " Hueper told local radio station KSRM-AM.
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