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« on: July 26, 2017, 09:50:41 PM »

With the arrest of her Pakistani IT man as he tried to fllee the country back to Pakistan, I'm thinking it is time to give this its own thread.

Though not the most , , , of sources, here's this to get the ball rolling:

https://www.allenbwest.com/dw-fbi-arrests-debbies-aide-tries-flee-pakistan-gets-whole-lot-worse/

Now check out this!

At 19:10 Tucker Carlson w Mark Steyn:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQP9MsLiR_E

Do I have this right? The Pakistani, funded in part by IRAQI money (!?) had DWS's password?!?  And therefore leverage over her?  Is this why the DNC refused to let the FBI have its server?  Does this dissolve the assertions of certainty that the Russians were behind the hack of the DNC?!?  Could Trump be right that it may not have been the Russians?

PS: We need a good summary article of the story prior to this.



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« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2017, 11:04:30 PM »

http://observer.com/2017/02/imran-awan-democrat-debbie-wasserman-schultz-criminal-investigation/
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« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2017, 11:22:01 PM »

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/370871.php

July 26, 2017
Total CNN and MSNBC Blackout of Arrest of IT Guy Continues; Print Media Mentions the Story -- with Hilarious Understatement
Total blackout for facts which a non-corrupt media would find worth a mention:

Major cable news networks have given no coverage to the burgeoning scandal involving IT staffers to former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.
Reporting by the Daily Caller News Foundation has revealed that Wasserman Schultz's top information technology staffer Iman Awan was arrested Monday after trying to flee the country amidst investigations into Awan concerning banking fraud and a criminal cybersecurity probe. Awan wired over $280,000 to Pakistan after the FBI recently recovered multiple smashed hard drives from Awan's home.

Despite being blocked from the House computer network since February amid allegations of "committing serious, potentially illegal, violations on the House IT network," Awan remained employed by Wasserman Schultz's office. He and four of his relatives have received $4 million by working for Democratic members of Congress since 2009.

Wasserman Schultz finally fired Awan on Tuesday, after he attempted to flee the country. His wife already fled to Pakistan with $12,000 in cash. Awan and his relatives had full access to the emails of the Democratic members they worked for, and Wasserman Schultz's password to her iPad she used while she was head of the DNC.

If you're coming late to this story, Jim Geraghty has a recap.

By the way: Guess wyo Iman Awan's just-hired lawyer has deep connections to?

No seriously, guess.

Chris Gowen, Imran Awan’s lawyer, is a long-time campaigner for former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a member of an attorney team that brought a fraudulent lawsuit against energy giant Chevron.
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Politico reported the criminal probe concerned “serious, potentially illegal, violations on the House IT network.”

Gowen described Awan’s arrest as “clearly a right-wing media-driven prosecution by a United States Attorney’s Office that wants to prosecute people for working while Muslim.”

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His official bio on the firm’s web site notes that he “left the Public Defender’s office to work for former President William Jefferson Clinton and then-Senator Hillary Clinton. Chris was a fact checker for President Clinton’s memoir, My Life.”

“He also served as a traveling aid for President Clinton’s national and international trips. Chris finished his tenure with the Clintons by directing the advance operations for then-Senator Hillary Clinton during her 2008 presidential campaign.”

So let's digest this story. In a media environment obsessed with the DNC hack, it turns out five individuals were abusing their access to the DNC email system while -- possibly -- committing an assortment of crimes.

* Imran Awan's wife (herself one of the IT 5) already fled to Pakistan, carrying $12,000 in cash with her.

* Imran Awan man himself wired $280,000 to Pakistan, then attempted to flee there.

* Debbie Wassman-Schultz has threatened "consequences" against the Capitol Police unless they return her hard drives before the police are done using them as evidence in a case they're investigating against the IT 5. Almost as if she has something to hide.

* Despite the IT 5 taking all sorts of liberties with the DNC email and passwords while the DNC freaks out about an email hack, and despite them doing shady shit on the side (Imran Awan was arrested for bank fraud), they somehow manage to land a big attorney with deep DNC/Clinton connections.

* The Daily Caller reported that stolen hard drives were recovered from Imran Awan "smashed" by hammers. (His new Friend of Bill lawyer denies this.)

* Despite all these goings-on, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz actually kept Imran Awan on the payroll for reasons unknown, even as he was subject of a Capitol Hill police probe. She only (finally!) fired him after his arrest, then refused comment.

So: lot of interesting stuff going on here.

The National Laughingstock did file an obligatory the-right-wing-is-making-fun-of-us-for-embargoing this story.

Check out the grabby, juiced-up, must-read, must-RT headline they gave this compelling set of facts:


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Congressional IT staffer charged with home equity loan fraud http://wapo.st/2uy1A2O
1:35 PM - Jul 26, 2017
Photo published for Congressional IT staffer charged with home equity loan fraud
Congressional IT staffer charged with home equity loan fraud
Imran Awan pleaded not guilty after his arrest at Dulles International Airport
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Can you feel your pulse quickening with the thrill of the journalistic hunt?

Can you feel your breath catching in your throat?!

Wow. It's almost as if they want to be able to say "we covered that story" while doing everything possible to bury it.

Almost as if that's what they were attempting, mind you:

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Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 ✔ @Cernovich
This is amazing:

- buried fact it was DWS's IT staffer
- no mention of smashed hard drives
- FBI had to arrest because he was fleeing https://twitter.com/washingtonpost/status/890309504981774336
3:46 PM - Jul 26, 2017
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CNN did post an online recap of the story -- pioneering the the innovative Don't Read This Boring Story Which the Right Is Forcing Us to Mention format that the National Laughingstock later imitated:

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A Democratic staffer has been arrested on bank fraud charge http://cnn.it/2v00Cgr
1:33 PM - Jul 26, 2017
Photo published for Democratic staffer arrested on bank fraud charge
Democratic staffer arrested on bank fraud charge
Imran Awan, who has worked for several House Democrats, including Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was arrested Tuesday on charges of bank fraud as he tried to leave the country, legal documents show.
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Gee I wonder if they'd downplay this story to such a laughable degree if it had been Paul Manafort wiring $280,000 to a foreign safe harbor and then attempting to abscond.



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« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2017, 02:06:02 PM »

https://patriotpost.us/posts/50522
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« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2017, 02:50:49 PM »

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/449983/debbie-wasserman-schultz-pakistani-computer-guys-bank-fraud
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« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2017, 03:57:10 PM »

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/370941.php

August 01, 2017
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Under Increasing Pressure to Explain Why She Hired Imran Awan and Why She Kept Him on the Payroll For So Long
Reasonable questions, right?

I'm sure Honest Truth-Teller Jake Tapper will get right on this.

Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is coming under mounting pressure to explain why she kept an IT aide on the payroll for months after a criminal investigation was revealed, facing calls from Republicans to testify as well as a newly filed ethics complaint.
Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman who led the Democratic National Committee until last year, terminated Imran Awan's "part-time" employment last week, when he was arrested at Dulles International Airport trying to fly to Pakistan. He was charged with a bank fraud count.

Guy was making like $160,000 per year. That's "part-time"?

Maybe part-time for a criminal.

This is very interesting, I think:

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), run by former U.S. Attorney Matthew G. Whitaker (a George W. Bush appointee), also filed a complaint to the Office of Congressional Ethics on Monday. The complaint urged an investigation, questioning why Schultz kept paying Awan after he was barred from the House computer system, noting "Members are directly responsible for ensuring their staff are only paid for official public work."
"There is something quite amiss as to why Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz continued to use taxpayer funds to employ former technology staff member, Imran Awan, even months after he was barred from accessing the House's computer systems and a number of her colleagues severed ties with Awan," Whitaker said in a statement.

If he wasn't being paid for his IT work -- given he was barred from using House computers -- what the hell was he being paid for?
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« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2017, 08:03:59 PM »

" If he wasn't being paid for his IT work -- given he was barred from using House computers -- what the hell was he being paid for? "


Most certainly looks like hush money to me.   wink

What exactly does he have on the DWS and her gang of hoods?
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« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2017, 11:28:53 PM »

Why haven't the House Reps started an investigation?!?  huh tongue
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« Reply #8 on: August 03, 2017, 05:10:21 PM »

https://www.facebook.com/JudicialWatch/videos/10155193344301943/

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« Reply #9 on: August 05, 2017, 09:01:14 PM »

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-scandal-that-matters-1501801333

 Imran Awan was arrested at Dulles International Airport July 24, while attempting to board a flight to Pakistan. For more than a decade the congressional staffer had worked under top House Democrats, and he had just been accused by the FBI of bank fraud.

It was a dramatic moment in a saga that started in February, when Capitol Police confirmed an investigation into Mr. Awan and his family on separate accusations of government theft. The details are tantalizing: The family all worked for top Democrats, were paid huge sums, and had access to sensitive congressional data, even while having ties to Pakistan.

The media largely has ignored the affair, the ho-hum coverage summed up by a New York Times piece suggesting it may be nothing more than an “overblown Washington story, typical of midsummer.” But even without evidence of espionage or blackmail, this ought to be an enormous scandal.

Because based on what we already know, the Awan story is—at the very least—a tale of massive government incompetence that seemingly allowed a family of accused swindlers to bilk federal taxpayers out of millions and even put national secrets at risk. In a more accountable world, House Democrats would be forced to step down.

Mr. Awan, 37, began working for House Democrats as an IT staffer in 2004. By the next year, he was working for future Democratic National Committee head Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Over time he would add his wife, two brothers, a brother’s wife and a friend to the payroll—and at handsome sums. One brother, Jamal, hired in 2014 reportedly at age 20, was paid $160,000. That’s in line with what a chief of staff makes—about four times the average Capitol Hill staffer. No Democrat appears to have investigated these huge numbers or been asked to account for them.

According to an analysis by the Daily Caller’s Luke Rosiak, who has owned this story, the family has collected $5 million since 2003 and “appeared at one time or another on an estimated 80 House Democrats’ payrolls.” Yet Mr. Rosiak interviewed House staffers who claim most of the family were “ghost” employees and didn’t come to work. Only in government does nobody notice when staffers fail to show up.

The family was plenty busy elsewhere. A litany of court documents accuse them of bankruptcy fraud, life-insurance fraud, tax fraud and extortion. Abid Awan, a brother, ran up more than $1 million in debts on a failed car dealership he somehow operated while supposedly working full time on the Hill. One document ties the family to a loan from a man stripped of his Maryland medical license after false billing. Capitol Police are investigating allegations of procurement fraud and theft. The brothers filed false financial-disclosure forms, with Imran Awan claiming his wife had no income, even as she worked as a fellow House IT staffer.

This is glaringly shady stuff, in no way “typical,” yet nobody noticed. Federal contractors are subject to security standards, but individual congressional offices have giant leeway over their hiring—and apparently no quality control. If a private firm had such shoddy employee oversight, it’d be sued into oblivion.

The most recent FBI affidavit accuses Imran Awan of defrauding the Congressional Federal Credit Union by lying about the use of his rental properties to get a $165,000 home-equity loan—which he immediately wrapped into a $283,000 wire transfer to Pakistan. At one point, when the credit union asked Mr. Awan (who was pretending to be his wife on the phone) why he wanted to send money to Pakistan, he replied, “funeral arrangements.”

Told this was not an acceptable reason, Mr. Awan went to “look online for an acceptable reason” and responded “buying property.” The bright bulbs at the credit union approved the transfer. His wife was already in Pakistan. The FBI stopped her at the airport in March, and despite finding $12,400 in undeclared cash (in excess of the legal limit), they let her go. Seriously.

Imran Awan has pleaded not guilty to bank fraud. The law office representing him issued a statement casting the investigation as “part of a frenzy of anti-Muslim bigotry in the literal heart of our democracy.” It calls the accusations “utterly unsupported, outlandish, and slanderous.”

Yes, it is weird that Ms. Wasserman Schultz continued to shield Imran Awan to the end. Yes, the amounts of money, and the ties to Pakistan, are strange. Yes, it is alarming that emails show Imran Awan knew Ms. Wasserman Schultz’s iPad password, and that the family might have had wider access to the accounts of lawmakers on the House Intelligence and Foreign Affairs committees.

Yet even if this never adds up to a spy thriller, it outranks most of the media’s other obsessions. The government, under the inattentive care of Democrats, may have been bilked for ages by a man the FBI has alleged to be a fraudster. That’s the same government Democrats say is qualified to run your health care, reform your children’s schools, and protect the environment. They should explain this first.

Write to kim@wsj.com.
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« Reply #10 on: August 10, 2017, 06:44:28 AM »

What business is that of ours .  Obviously anyone doing so is a racist a xenophobe and bigot!!!:

http://michellemalkin.com/
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« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2017, 11:49:11 AM »

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/450665/debbie-wasserman-schultz-it-scammers-indicted-mysteriously-narrow-and-low-key-way

The Very Strange Indictment of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s IT Scammers

 by ANDREW C. MCCARTHY   August 21, 2017 1:45 PM @ANDREWCMCCARTHY

 It leaves out a lot of highly pertinent information. Let’s say you’re a prosecutor in Washington. You are investigating a husband and wife, naturalized Americans, who you believe have scammed a federal credit union out of nearly $300,000. You catch them in several false statements about their qualifications for a credit line and their intended use of the money. The strongest part of your case, though, involves the schemers’ transferring the loot to their native Pakistan. So . . . what’s the best evidence you could possibly have, the slam-dunk proof that their goal was to steal the money and never look back? That’s easy: One after the other, the wife and husband pulled up stakes and tried to high-tail it to Pakistan after they’d wired the funds there — the wife successfully fleeing, the husband nabbed as he was about to board his flight. Well, here’s a peculiar thing about the Justice Department’s indictment of Imran Awan and Hina Alvi, the alleged fraudster couple who doubled as IT wizzes for Debbie Wasserman Schultz and many other congressional Democrats: There’s not a word in it about flight to Pakistan. The indictment undertakes to describe in detail four counts of bank-fraud conspiracy, false statements on credit applications, and unlawful monetary transactions, yet leaves out the most damning evidence of guilt. In fact, the indictment appears to go out of its way not to mention it. Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT Staffers 00:19 01:03 Powered by I’ll get back to that in a second. First, let’s recap.

As I explained about three weeks ago, there is a very intriguing investigation of the Awan family. There are about six of them — brothers, spouses, and attached others — who were retained by various Democrats as computer-systems managers at compensation levels dwarfing that of the average congressional staffer. The Awans fell under suspicion in late 2016 and were canned at the beginning of February, on suspicion of mishandling the sensitive information to which they’d had access: scanning members’ e-mail, transferring files to remote servers under the Awans’ control, stealing computer equipment and hard drives (some of which they attempted to destroy when they were found out), along with a sideline in procurement fraud. We should say that almost all of them were canned. Hina Alvi and her husband, Imran Awan, stayed on, even though they were no longer authorized to have access to the House computer system (i.e., to do the work they were hired to do).

Alvi continued to be retained by Congressman Gregory Meeks, a New York Democrat, for another four weeks. During that time, we now know, she was tying up loose financial ends, packing her house up, and pulling three young daughters out of school — just before skedaddling to Pakistan. Awan was kept on the payroll for about six more months by Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat, former Democratic National Committee chairwoman, and Clinton insider. She finally fired him only after he was arrested at the airport right before a scheduled flight to Qatar, from whence he planned to join Alvi in Pakistan. –– ADVERTISEMENT –– There are grounds to suspect blackmail, given (a) the staggering sums of money paid to the Awans over the years, (b) the sensitive congressional communications to which they had access, (c) the alleged involvement of Imran Awan and one of his brothers in a blackmail-extortion scheme against their stepmother, and (d) Wasserman Schultz’s months of protecting Awan and potentially impeding the investigation. There are also, of course, questions about stolen information. And there is, in addition, the question I raised a month ago: Why did the FBI and the Capitol Police allow Hina Alvi to leave the country on March 5 when there were grounds to arrest her at Dulles Airport? Why did they wait to charge her until last week — by which time she was safely in Pakistan, from which it will likely be impossible to extradite her for prosecution? What, moreover, about Awan’s brothers and other apparent accomplices? What has become of them since they were fired by the House almost seven months ago? The indictment raises still more questions. Imran Awan’s sudden arrest in late July meant the Justice Department would finally have to file formal charges in court. Thus, there was hope that we’d finally get some answers. Instead, the indictment raises still more questions. To begin with, it is not the easiest thing to get one’s hands on the indictment.

The case is being handled by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. There is no press release about the indictment on the office’s website, though U.S. attorneys’ offices routinely issue press releases and make charging documents available in cases of far less national prominence. (I found the indictment through the Orlando Sentinel, which obtained and posted it in conjunction with the paper’s report on the filing of charges.) By the way, the U.S. attorney’s office is currently led by Channing D. Phillips, an Obama holdover who was never confirmed. Still awaiting Senate confirmation is Jessie Liu, nominated by President Trump in June. Meanwhile, Steven Wasserman, Representative Wasserman Schultz’s brother, has been an assistant U.S. attorney in the office for many years. I have seen no indication that he has any formal role in the case, notwithstanding some cyberspace speculation to the contrary. What is clear, however, is that the office is low-keying the Awan prosecution. The indictment itself is drawn very narrowly. All four charges flow from a financial-fraud conspiracy of short duration. Only Imran Awan and his wife are named as defendants. There is no reference to Awan-family perfidy in connection with the House communications system. More bizarre still: There is not a word about Alvi’s flight to Pakistan, nor Imran Awan’s failed attempt to follow her there. This is not an oversight. The omission appears quite intentional. It is common Justice Department practice, in pleading a conspiracy indictment, to allege that the scheme began “on or about” its starting date and continued “up to and including the date of the filing of this indictment.” Strictly speaking, a conspiracy ends when the crime that is its objective has been completed. But there is no requirement that a specific end date be set forth in the indictment. Therefore, prosecutors go as long as they can — i.e., right up to the date the grand jury voted to indict — to give themselves the widest berth possible to argue that evidence damaging to the defense is relevant and admissible. But that is not what happened in the Awan indictment. The Justice Department alleges that the conspiracy took place “from on or about December 12, 2016 through on or about February 27, 2017.”

February 27 was six days before Alvi fled and five months before Awan was arrested trying to leave the country. This makes no sense. Indeed, it does not even make sense in the context of the narrow scheme prosecutors have charged: Although the indictment says the conspiracy ended on February 27, it alleges a relevant $83,000 interbank transfer occurred on February 28 (see indictment, paragraphs 8 and 22). That is, prosecutors assert that a money transfer supposedly in furtherance of the conspiracy happened a day after the conspiracy was already over. That is surely just a mistake — anybody can screw up a date. There is, by contrast, no apparent explanation for omitting from a fraudulent cash-transfer prosecution the fact that the conspirators undertook to transfer themselves to the foreign country where they’d sent the money. Why would prosecutors leave that out of their indictment? Why give Awan’s defense a basis to claim that, since the indictment does not allege anything about flight to Pakistan, the court should bar any mention of it during the trial? In fact, quite apart from the manifest case-related reasons to plead instances of flight, a competent prosecutor would have included them in the indictment simply to underscore that Awan is a flight risk who should have onerous bail conditions or even be detained pretrial. We must also ask, again: Why did the FBI allow Alvi to flee?

Before she boarded her March 5 flight to Qatar (en route to Pakistan), agents briefly detained her. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents had already searched her baggage and found $12,400 in cash. As I have pointed out, it is a felony to move more than $10,000 in U.S. currency out of the country unless one completes the required government report (see sections 5316 and 5322 of Title 31, U.S. Code). There was no indication that she did so in the complaint affidavit submitted to the court when Awan was arrested last month (see FBI complaint affidavit, pages 8–9). By the time Alvi fled, the Awans had been under investigation by various federal agencies for at least three months. The FBI was sufficiently attuned to the Awans’ criminality that its agents went to the trouble of chasing Alvi to the airport. If she didn’t fill out the required form, she should have been arrested for the currency violation. Is it possible that, rather than arresting her, federal agents instructed her to complete the form on the spot? One would hope not, but even in such an unlikely event, Alvi would undoubtedly have made false statements about the provenance of the cash. That would also have been a felony, providing more grounds for her arrest. Why let her go, especially when, as its agent told the court in the aforementioned affidavit, the FBI “does not believe that ALVI has any intention to return to the United States”? The indictment is an exercise in omission. More bizarre: Why not include Alvi’s flight — as well as Awan’s later attempt to go on the lam — in describing the money-transfer scheme charged in the indictment? Patently, these episodes are damning proof of fraudulent intent, which prosecutors must establish at trial if they are to convict Awan. Did prosecutors fail to mention the flight evidence in hope of diverting attention from the government’s decision to let Alvi flee? Again, one would hope not, but if not, what could the explanation be? To summarize, the indictment is an exercise in omission. No mention of the Awan group’s theft of information from Congress. Not a hint about the astronomical sums the family was paid, much of it for no-show “work.” Not a word about Wasserman Schultz’s keeping Awan on the payroll for six months during which (a) he was known to be under investigation, (b) his wife was known to have fled to Pakistan, and (c) he was not credentialed to do the IT work for which he had been hired. Nothing about Wasserman Schultz’s energetic efforts to prevent investigators from examining Awan’s laptop. A likely currency-transportation offense against Alvi goes uncharged. And, as for the offenses that are charged, prosecutors plead them in a manner that avoids any reference to what should be their best evidence. There is something very strange going on here.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/450665/debbie-wasserman-schultz-it-scammers-indicted-mysteriously-narrow-and-low-key-way
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« Reply #12 on: August 27, 2017, 01:42:06 AM »

http://observer.com/2017/08/court-admits-dnc-and-debbie-wasserman-schulz-rigged-primaries-against-sanders/
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« Reply #13 on: September 27, 2017, 10:58:03 AM »

http://truepundit.com/fbi-investigation-of-espionage-blackmail-charges-in-awan-case-blocked-by-obama-doj-appointee-who-worked-for-holder-lynch/
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« Reply #14 on: September 27, 2017, 02:42:45 PM »

No world class scandal here!   wink

the complicit media is dead silent.

Where are the Republicans?

not a peep
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« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2017, 06:19:34 AM »



http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/26/awan-funneling-massive-data-off-congressional-server-dems-claim-its-childs-homework/?utm_campaign=thedcmainpage&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social
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« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2017, 04:53:52 AM »

A lot of detail here, I don't think this link is in our thread yet.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/05/house-dem-it-suspects-wanted-untraceable-payments-and-sure-enough-millions-disappeared/?utm_campaign=atdailycaller&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social

MANY names beyond DWS listed in this, Charlie Crist, Rahm Emanuel and Joe Donnelly the vulnerable Democratic senator running for reelection in Indiana...
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« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2017, 06:41:12 AM »

Good to see us keeping this on the radar screen.

I suspect I am not alone in strongly suspecting we are only seeing the tip of the iceberg here.
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« Reply #18 on: October 06, 2017, 08:57:56 AM »

Youtube interview yesterday.  Judicial Watch Director of Investigations & Research interviews the lead investigative reporter of "The Daily Caller," who broke the story.  They discuss the latest developments in the case of the Awan, what we know so far:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpSDoGl47Zk

Since no one will tell us what really happened under all these suspicious and criminal circumstances, maybe someone here can weave it all together in a plausible scenario...

Obviously these people were either hired to commit crimes or they discovered nefarious acts that makes these 50 Democrats not inclined to turn against them.

The crazy payment amounts are for what?

The Pakistan connection means what?

Republicans shy away from a Democrat scandal, why?

They are receiving money from politician in Iraq.

They are paying the police in Pakistan.

They receive a government motorcade when in Pakistan, work at McDonalds here.

Democrats say it's no big deal.  DWS kept paying him after caught.

Imrom (sp) had multiple wives here, abusive bizarre behavior.

Court date today.

Members of congress or chiefs of staff adjust prices of government acquisitions, hiding how they spend taxpayer dollars.  Procurement fraud and much worse(?)
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« Reply #19 on: October 07, 2017, 12:30:36 PM »

http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/06/imran-awan-very-strongly-wants-to-block-review-of-hard-drive-was-using-alias/
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« Reply #20 on: October 07, 2017, 01:39:10 PM »

client attorney privilege?

what attorney / client?

he or DWS are not attorneys.  What would he be doing with DWS HD with a third party attorney?  Bogus

What a bunch of BS.  But of course the lib lawyers will use this along with their behind the scenes deal making run with this.
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« Reply #21 on: October 07, 2017, 03:27:02 PM »

This reads like the noose is tightening on him.  Let's see who and what he coughs up.
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« Reply #22 on: October 07, 2017, 04:52:54 PM »

From CD post above


This part is fun to DWS  see her squirm :

http://dailycaller.com/2017/05/24/wasserman-schultz-threatened-police-chief-for-gathering-evidence-on-her-it-staffers-alleged-crimes/

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« Reply #23 on: October 12, 2017, 09:31:09 AM »

http://www.speroforum.com/a/XAXXVHIJIH44/81871-Data-security-breach-involves-leading-Congressional-Democrat?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=JMACLSZONN17&utm_content=XAXXVHIJIH44&utm_source=news&utm_term=Data+security+breach+involves+leading+Congressional+Democrat#.Wd98cnrcCeQ
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« Reply #24 on: October 13, 2017, 04:21:59 PM »

https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/video-review-discussion-wasserman-schultzawan-brothers-scandal-key-congressional-house-members/?utm_source=deployer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newswatch&utm_term=members&utm_content=20171013212041
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« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2017, 06:43:01 PM »

"  Judicial Watch: What we have here is a failure to investigate  " 

looks like a cover up to me.
no will even among Republicans ?  obviously something there that is toxic to them on the face of it and connecting the dots.

I still want to know why Sessions is not doing anything about this or Clinton Foundation
AS Chaffetz said he is not going to look into these matters - but WHY .  I , ccp demand and answer!   (good luck with that)


I am also waiting for some clever lawyer to claim *DWS* really was an abbreviation for "dancing with the stars"

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