Tishman Speyer, landlord of men accused of impersonating DHS agents won $222K judgment for unpaid rent

Econ & Housing

Arian Taherzadeh seen in photos submitted in a D.O.J. affidavit.Courtesy: D.O.JThe landlord of two Washington, D.C., men charged with impersonating Department of Homeland Security agents won a judgment for more than $222,000 in unpaid rent for the five apartments they lived in and loaned out to U.S. Secret Service agents, a court filing shows.The default…

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