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Suspected bogus feds were spotted leaving DC jail a day after judge denied prosecutors’ detention motion


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Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 35, were both arrested in a luxury apartment in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington, DC on April 6 during a multi-agency federal government raid on several apartments. They were charged with impersonating a federal officer in US district court on April 7.

The men were seen leaving a Washington, DC prison on Wednesday. Taherzadeh told reporters he could not comment, but said “they treated me very well”, before returning inside the prison and then getting into a car outside the prison. building.

Ali did not comment on the charges against him after he was seen leaving prison.

DC JUDGE REJECTS MOTION TO DETAIN TWO MEN ACCUSED OF IMPOSING THEMSELVES ON FEDERAL AGENTS

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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Magistrate Judge Michael Harvey denied federal prosecutors’ request to hold the two men before their trial, saying they had failed to prove the men created a flight risk, and also pointed to several issues with the arguments. advanced by the prosecutors.

Harvey said the apartments allegedly used by the two men, including those given to Secret Service agents, did not appear to have been paid for, and noted that there was a default judgment for the apartments.

Lawyers for Taherzadeh and Haider said the men would not attempt to flee the country.

During Tuesday’s hearing, prosecutors revealed that the men learned about the federal investigation due to an email sent by a Secret Service investigator who contacted Taherzadeh’s work email, forcing the government to arrest the men sooner than expected.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors' motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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The men have been placed under house arrest and are being tracked by GPS. They can only leave their homes for “medical reasons” and other court-approved reasons.

Taherzadeh and Haider were also ordered to “stay away” from all embassies and airports, as well as the apartment complex where the alleged incident took place.

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Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors' motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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Taherzadeh and Ali’s scheme to pose as federal law enforcement agents began to unravel when a United States Postal Inspector arrived at their apartment complex to investigate an alleged assault involving a United States Postal Service carrier, prosecutors say.

The case was eventually assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigations after the men identified themselves as Department of Homeland Security employees who worked on a special task force related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. They used their bogus law enforcement positions to embed themselves in legitimate federal agents whom they gifted, prosecutors say.

Federal prosecutors allege the men used their bogus federal law enforcement positions to embed themselves in legitimate federal agents whom they gifted. They also allege the men “compromised” Secret Service personnel with access to the White House “by offering them gifts, including rent-free living.”

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors' motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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While executing a search warrant on April 6, officers recovered several firearms and ammunition. A filing by prosecutors says “numerous electronic devices” were also found, including a “significant” amount of surveillance equipment, 30 hard drives, a machine that creates and programs personal identity verification cards and blank cards with chips.

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Residents of the luxury apartment told an inspector that the two men had set up video surveillance throughout the apartment complex and said they believed they had access to personal information, and even said that the men had claimed they could access residents’ cell phones.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors' motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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A court filing by prosecutors April 8 says “a box of documents with profiles of individual people” and “a binder containing a list of residents, apartment numbers and contact information” were found when federal agents executed the search warrant .

Fox News confirmed that of the four Secret Service agents suspended as part of the investigation, two of them worked for the Uniformed Division, and one of the agents’ duties was near the residence of the Vice-President. President Harris, but not on her. personal detail.

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Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors' motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.

Two Washington, D.C. men accused of posing as law enforcement officials were spotted walking out of jail Wednesday afternoon, just a day after a federal judge denied prosecutors’ motion to detain the two individuals before their trial.
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A separate Secret Service agent who is now suspended has been assigned to first lady Jill Biden’s Presidential Protective Division, and sources tell Fox News that it’s possible this agent will sometimes fill in for operatives close to President Biden but was not part of the president’s regular security. retail.


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