The home where U.S. defense contractor Walter Glenn Primrose and his wife, Gwynn Darlle Morrison, lived for years allegedly under aliases is pictured, Wednesday, July 27, 2022, in Kapolei, Hawaii. They have been charged with identity theft and conspiring against the government after prosecutors allege they stole the identities of dead Texas children decades ago. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)
FILE - This undated photo provided by the United States District Court District of Hawaii shows Gwynn Darle Morrison, aka Julie Lyn Montague. The wife of a U.S. defense contractor, who together are charged in Hawaii federal court with stealing the identities of two deceased Texas infants and living under their names for three decades, says she's not the person prosecutors say she is. The woman charged as Gwynn Darle Morrison asserted Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022, in a Honolulu court hearing that she's actually Julie Lyn Montague. (United States District Court District of Hawaii via AP, File)
This combination of undated photos provided by the United States District Court District of Hawaii shows Walter Glenn Primose, left, also known as Bobby Edward Fort, and his wife Gwynn Darle Morrison, also known as Julie Lyn Montague, purportedly in KGB, the former Russian spy agency, uniforms. (United States District Court District of Hawaii/via AP, File)
The wife of a U.S. defense contractor, who together are charged in Hawaii federal court with fraudulently cloaking themselves in the stolen identities of two deceased Texas infants for three decades, said Tuesday that she’s not the person prosecutors say she is.