Pelosi's stolen laptop could fall into the hands of the Russians


 A laptop was stolen from the office of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the day of the Capitol Hill attack, which is feared to have been sold to the Russians. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was quoted by CNN as saying on Monday.


CNN reports that a pro-Trump woman who entered Capitol Hill on January 6 is thought to have stolen a laptop from the office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi. US intelligence officials are now fearing that the laptop could be sold to Russia.

The FBI says it is investigating whether a laptop was stolen from Nancy Pelosi's office on Capitol Hill. 

A woman has been charged with stealing a laptop from Pelosi's office, according to documents filed in court against the lawsuit filed that day. The whole matter is still under investigation.

According to court documents, a woman named Riley June Williams entered Capitol Hill on January 6. A video from the time of the attack shows the young Pennsylvanian woman instructing people to walk to Pelosi's office on Capitol Hill.

Investigators later contacted June Williams' friends. A video was found from those friends, where Williams was seen removing things like a laptop or hard disk from Pelosi's office. 

According to investigators, Williams is trying to send the laptop or hard disk to a Russian friend. The friend will later sell it to the spy agency SVR.

Meanwhile, a local Pennsylvanian newspaper quoted Williams' mother as saying that Williams had left home. He took his bag with him. When he left, he told his mother that he was leaving for two weeks.

Suspected young woman June Williams is on the run and she has deleted all her social media accounts. Like other intruders, she has been formally charged with infiltration, violence and lawlessness on Capitol Hill. However, no case of theft has been filed yet.

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