Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Rep Andre Carson (D-IN), Rep Jackie Speier (D-CA), Rep Yvette Clarke (D-NY) and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) are five of the thirty or more Congressional Democrats who have reason to be concerned now that spy suspect Imran Awan’s wife is headed back to the US.
They allowed and potentially aided and were otherwise complicit in the espionage crimes committed by the gang of spies led by Awan and his wife, Hina Alvi. Alvi is scheduled to return to the United States on the last week of this month.
Her return was made conditional upon her not being arrested in front of her children. How is it that the feds can persuade a suspected spy to return to the US from Pakistan but are unable to effectively interview or impanel a grand jury to investigate Hillary Clinton and her co-conspirators?
So much for that equal justice myth but maybe they’ll rat out Wasserman Schultz or other complicit Democrats who will in turn testify against Clinton and the Democrat leadership. Alvi was indicted along with her husband in August on charges of conspiracy and bank fraud. Awan was arrested while attempting to board a flight to Pakistan. Alvi got away earlier and was already residing with her children in Pakistan.
There’s a long list of espionage charges that the two face along with at least three other spy suspects. There are also irregularities regarding computer equipment purchases and losses. Additionally both Awan and Alvi are also charged with making false statements to investigators and are believed to have acquired home equity lines of credit by using false information with the intent to send the money overseas.
Her deal to travel to the US and surrender to authorities includes Alvi handing over her passport upon arrival inside the United States.
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