Wasserman Schultz, Dem Pakistani IT Spy Arrested Fleeing The US

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The noose keeps tightening around Democrat Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), two dozen of her fellow anti-American Democrats, and the key to the Pakistani spy ring they enabled, Imran Awan. The Pakistani being investigated for espionage was arrested on Monday trying to flee the country.

There was a large cash transfer on January 18th in the amount of $283,000, which had been wired from a House office building to two persons inside Pakistan. The Daily Caller obtained a 10-page affidavit which stated, “On January 18, 2017 at 12:09 pm, an international wire transfer request form was submitted [at the Congressional Federal Credit Union] at the Longworth House Office Building in the District of Columbia, in the amount of $283,000.00, to two individuals in Faisalabad, Pakistan.”

That transfer is believed to be tied to the Awan brothers who worked for, or at least drew a check for working for and had access to the computers of those two dozen Democrat House members. All of their email information was an open book to the Pakistanis, including those of Rep Andre Carson (D-IN) who occupies space on the House Intelligence Committee.

Despite the Awan brothers currently being under investigation for espionage against the United States,  Imran is still employed by Wasserman Schultz. She’s also obstructing the Capitol Police from accessing information on her own laptop that  could prove damaging to her “employee.”

Hard drives that were smashed in the typical Democrat style that were, along with using Bleachbit, made infamous by Hillary Clinton, were reported nationally on Sunday, the day before Imran ran to Dulles and was intercepted.

Awan had a ticket to Pakistan by way of Qatar and $12,000 cash on his person at the time of his arrest. The affidavit says he was charged with bank fraud, which is likely a placeholder for future charges, necessitated by his attempt to flee the country.

One of his enablers and possible co-conspirators, Rep Gregory Meeks of New York, has staunchly defended the accused spies. He charged, moronically, that police had framed the Islamist brothers due to their Islamophobia. Everybody knows how redneck those small town “white privileged” DC cops are.

A spokesperson for the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, Bill Miller, told the Daily Caller that Awan “was arraigned today in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on one count of bank fraud, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1344. He pled not guilty and was released pursuant to a high-intensity supervision program.”

He described the conditions of his Awan’s release as his wearing of a GPS monitor, adherence to a 10 pm to 6 am curfew, and that he not travel outside a 50-mile radius of his Virginia residence. He was also ordered to surrender all of his passports. A request for comment from Wasserman Schultz received no response.

Schultz might want to terminate his services now, and let the police open the laptop before she’s charged as well.

 

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