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Evidence discovered in the apartments of two men impersonating federal agents has shed light on their deceptive scheme, Your Content has learned.
A motion for detention filed on Friday revealed a series of incriminating items, including images displaying multiple passports and identification documents.
The motion unequivocally asserts that the individuals in question are not legitimate law enforcement agents and are not involved in authorized covert operations.
It further emphasizes that neither defendant holds any employment within the United States government.
Despite their lack of official credentials, the defendants’ impersonation tactics were convincing enough to deceive government employees, including law enforcement personnel, into accepting their false identities.
Shockingly, at least two Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and First Lady Jill Biden were unwittingly ensnared in the impostors’ web.
Sources indicate that one agent, who regularly safeguarded Vice President Harris’ residence at One Observatory Circle, received free accommodation from the perpetrators.
Additionally, another agent, belonging to the presidential protective detail, frequently socialized with the fraudulent duo.
As a result, four Secret Service agents have been placed on administrative leave pending further investigation.
The arrested individuals, identified as Haider Sher-Ali, aged 35, and Arian Taherzadeh, aged 40, face charges of impersonating federal agents from the Department of Homeland Security.
The pair allegedly fabricated an elaborate narrative involving an investigation into the January 6th Capitol attack.
The arrest operation involved a joint effort by FBI, NCIS, and USPIS agents, who meticulously combed through multiple floors and units of the luxurious Crossing DC apartment building in southeast Washington, D.C. Astonishingly, it has been confirmed that neither Taherzadeh nor Ali had paid any rent for their respective units, with the excuse of being associated with the government.
In a disconcerting revelation, sources claim that the management of Crossing DC, owned by Tishman Speyer, unwittingly collaborated with the impersonators, granting them access to surveillance cameras and door entry codes throughout the building.
The exact motivations behind the management’s compliance remain unclear at this time, according to The Daily Mail.