The case of Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s mysterious Pakistani IT guy, is not about bank fraud. – By Andrew C. McCarthy
- Awan worked for Schultz for thirteen years
- Congressional Democrats hired Abid despite his drunk-driving conviction a month before he started at the House, and they retained him despite his public-drunkenness arrest a month after
- Awan has access to e-mails and other electronic files of members of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees
- Awan and his family were accessing members’ computers without their knowledge, transferring files to remote servers, and stealing computer equipment — including hard drives that Awan & Co. smashed to bits of bytes before making tracks.
- Congressional-staff salaries are in the $40,000 range, Awan was paid about four times as much. His wife, two bothers and sister-in-law were on the payroll but family rarely seen around office.
- They were given access to highly sensitive government information without security clearance
- In early February, investigators found stolen equipment stashed in the Rayburn House Office Building, including a laptop that appears to belong to Wasserman Schultz and that Imran was using.
- Wasserman Schultz has been battling investigators: demanding the return of her laptop, invoking a constitutional privilege (under the speech-and-debate clause) to impede agents from searching it, and threatening the Capitol Police with “consequences” if they don’t relent.
- Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport this week, just as he was trying to flee the United States for Pakistan, via Qatar.
- The Democrats have paid the Muslim IT spy ring $4 million since 2009
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