Fake US Government Agents Arrested After Infiltrating Jill Biden’s Security Detail

    Four Secret Service personnel have been placed on leave after being bribed with gifts and residences. Almost four fake US government agents have also being arrested after infiltrating Jill Biden’s security detail.

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    Fake US Government Agents Arrested

    Two men were detained for imitating US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officers after two years of lavishing presents on Secret Service personnel such as firearms and free residences. According to court documents, Haider Sher-Ali and Arian Taherzadeh were accused on Wednesday with one charge of false impersonation of a state officer.

    Four Secret Service employees in First Lady Jill Biden’s group have also been put on administrative leave for reportedly accepting gifts from the fraudulent DHS agents. Sher-Ali and Taherzadeh had showered them with gifts such as rent-free penthouse residences, high-end technology, police equipment, a drone, and the use of “official government vehicles,” among many other things. According to the indictment, Taherzadeh had explicitly promised to purchase a $2,000 assault rifle for one of the agents designated to the First Lady’s protection detail.

    The two guys had reportedly duped not only First Lady Jill Biden’s Secret Service detail, but also the building’s administration into thinking they were federal agents probing the January 6th Capitol disturbance, among some other offenses. As a consequence, they were given free access to over $40,000 in luxury real estate for themselves and the Secret Service agents.

    When investigators questioned why the fictitious agents were still not paying rent, a building official replied with a single phrase: “Government.” Tishman Speyer, the building’s management firm, was so persuaded the men were federal agents that they gave them clearance to security cameras and the codes to all of the building’s doors. They also possessed a folder filled with information about fellow building inhabitants, who included legislative aides and advisors in addition to Secret Service personnel as well as other federal employees.

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    The fictitious agents also pretended to ‘recruit’ a building inhabitant into their “task force,” requiring the individual to consent to being shot with an Airsoft weapon “to evaluate their pain tolerance and reaction.” The “applicant” told an FBI agent that after passing the test, they were tasked to investigate a contractor who “provided support to the Department of Defense and intelligence community.”

    It is unclear how long the weird masquerade would have gone on if the building’s occupants had not assaulted a post office employee. A postal service inspector was called to the building after learning that the two phony agents may have observed the incident. They could not stop bragging about their phony Homeland Security ties, and they also boasted about being deputized “special police” with the Washington DC government and participating in covert gang investigations, including the January 6th inquiry.

    It is unclear how long the weird masquerade would have gone on if the building’s occupants had not assaulted a post office employee. A postal service inspector was called to the building after learning that the two phony agents may have observed the incident. They could not stop bragging about their phony Homeland Security ties, and they also boasted about being deputized “special police” with the Washington DC government and participating in covert gang investigations, including the January 6th inquiry.

    The bogus agents had succeeded to persuade their fellow residents that they not only had accessibility to all of the building’s entrance codes, but also to everyone’s cell phones and private details about everybody in the apartment complex, as per the postal inspector. The information was forwarded by the postal inspector to the Department of Homeland Security, who eventually determined something must be wrong and forwarded it to the FBI.

    According to prosecutors, the FBI, NCIS, and US Postal Investigative Service, as well as a number of other law enforcement organizations, searched the building and discovered not just large stockpiles of weapons and gadgets, but also Pakistani and Iranian visas. Additional conspiracy, guns, and evidence tampering charges might well be pursued against the men in addition to the impersonation counts already lodged against them.

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    2 COMMENTS

    1. False flag. They’re looking to blame their targets and create blanket excuses to engage in illegal actions against citizens. This is so old and lame.

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