Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 36, were taken into custody as more than a dozen FBI agents charged into a luxury apartment building in Southeast Washington on Wednesday evening.
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Jill Biden’s Secret Service detail is infiltrated by two FAKE Homeland Security agents who showered security personnel with gifts including $40,000-a-year penthouse and $2,000 assault rifle

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Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 36, were taken into custody as more than a dozen FBI agents charged into a luxury apartment building in Southeast Washington on Wednesday evening.

Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 36, were taken into custody as more than a dozen FBI agents charged into a luxury apartment building in Southeast Washington on Wednesday evening.

Photos posted to social media Wednesday night showed FBI crews moving boxes out of their luxury apartment and even bringing in a big box truck to the scene.

Photos posted to social media Wednesday night showed FBI crews moving boxes out of their luxury apartment and even bringing in a big box truck to the scene. 

Taherzadeh and Ali are accused of posing as members of a fake Department of Homeland Security taskforce investigating gang violence and the January 6 Capitol riots. The pair, whose nationalities have not been revealed, are said to have driven around in an official-looking SUV equipped with flashing lights.

Taherzadeh and Ali are accused of posing as members of a fake Department of Homeland Security taskforce investigating gang violence and the January 6 Capitol riots. The pair, whose nationalities have not been revealed, are said to have driven around in an official-looking SUV equipped with flashing lights. 

They are said to have successfully ingratiated themselves with Secret Service agents, who they supplied with rent-free luxury apartments, high-end electronics and policing equipment. Four members of the agency - including the first lady's bodyguard - have been placed on leave, with their identities not revealed. Pictured: FBI personnel were seen entering the Crossings Apartments in southeast DC on Wednesday.

They are said to have successfully ingratiated themselves with Secret Service agents, who they supplied with rent-free luxury apartments, high-end electronics and policing equipment. Four members of the agency – including the first lady’s bodyguard – have been placed on leave, with their identities not revealed. Pictured: FBI personnel were seen entering the Crossings Apartments in southeast DC on Wednesday.

In one instance, Taherzadeh (pictured) even allegedly offered a member of First Lady Jill Biden's security detail with a $2,000 assault rifle, as he and Ali also reportedly supplied an agent with a penthouse apartment valued at more than $40,000 a year. It is unclear what they had hoped to gain from the ruse, and prosecutors say the investigation is ongoing, even as four members of the Secret Service - including the one from the first lady's security detail - have been placed on leave.

In one instance, Taherzadeh (pictured) even allegedly offered a member of First Lady Jill Biden’s security detail with a $2,000 assault rifle, as he and Ali also reportedly supplied an agent with a penthouse apartment valued at more than $40,000 a year. It is unclear what they had hoped to gain from the ruse, and prosecutors say the investigation is ongoing, even as four members of the Secret Service – including the one from the first lady’s security detail – have been placed on leave.

Investigators have also not said whether the pair ever successfully managed to have direct contact with Mrs. Biden, who is the most heavily-protected woman in the United States.

Investigators have also not said whether the pair ever successfully managed to have direct contact with Mrs. Biden, who is the most heavily-protected woman in the United States.

In the meantime, Taherzadeh and Ali are being detained and are scheduled to appear in the US District Court in DC on Thursday. They are charged with impersonating federal law enforcement and obtaining handguns, rifles and other materials to pose as Department of Homeland Security officers.

In the meantime, Taherzadeh and Ali are being detained and are scheduled to appear in the US District Court in DC on Thursday. They are charged with impersonating federal law enforcement and obtaining handguns, rifles and other materials to pose as Department of Homeland Security officers. 

Federal prosecutors claim that Taherzadeh and Ali began posing as Department of Homeland Security officers back in February 2020. Since then, the two were seen flashing official-looking DHS ID cards and carried Glocks. At the same time, they began loaning out iPhones, surveillance systems, a drone, a flat screen television, a generator, a gun case and other policing tools, according to an FBI affidavit filed in the US District Court in DC.

Federal prosecutors claim that Taherzadeh and Ali began posing as Department of Homeland Security officers back in February 2020. Since then, the two were seen flashing official-looking DHS ID cards and carried Glocks. At the same time, they began loaning out iPhones, surveillance systems, a drone, a flat screen television, a generator, a gun case and other policing tools, according to an FBI affidavit filed in the US District Court in DC.

In another instance, the suspects allegedly supplied an agent with a penthouse apartment that was rented our for more than $40,000 a year - a tab they claimed was paid for by the Department of Homeland Security. It is unclear where the cash to pay for the rent came from. They also reportedly set up fake websites to support their claim that they were members of the 'special police' and are accused of conning an unnamed 'applicant' to join their Homeland Security task force they had invented.

In another instance, the suspects allegedly supplied an agent with a penthouse apartment that was rented our for more than $40,000 a year – a tab they claimed was paid for by the Department of Homeland Security. It is unclear where the cash to pay for the rent came from. They also reportedly set up fake websites to support their claim that they were members of the ‘special police’ and are accused of conning an unnamed ‘applicant’ to join their Homeland Security task force they had invented.

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