And spy suspect’s lawyer worked for the Clintons!
Farcical conflict of interest! All Democrats will go free!
Cyber security suspect employed by the former head of the Democratic National Committee had access to all communications of the Foreign Affairs Committee, and reportedly sold the secret information to foreign agents.
The Wasserman aide, Pakistani Muslim Imran Awan, was charged with bank fraud and cyber security breaches after being arrested by FBI agents at Dulles International Airport trying to flee the country for Pakistan.
But, as we’ve seen with the slippery Clintons, don’t expect justice in this case.
In an outrageous conflict of interest, the U.S. attorney overseeing the federal criminal investigation into Awan’s dealings is none other than Wasserman Schultz’s brother Steve, a district attorney in Washington.
It was Steve Wasserman who buried the investigation into the murder of Seth Rich, the DNC analyst who was shot dead after sending thousands of DNC emails to Wikileaks that revealed Democratic Party dirty tricks during the 2016 election. (More below.)
And in yet another conflict of interest, Awan’s lawyer is Christopher Gowan, a long-time campaigner for both Clintons. He was a traveling aid for President Clinton’s national and international trips and handled advance operations for then-Senator Hillary Clinton during her 2008 presidential campaign.
Wasserman Schultz kept Awan on the payroll
Before being arrested at Dulles Airport, Imran Awan had wired $300,000 to Pakistan, and when arrested was carrying $12,000 in cash on him. His wife, who had fled the U.S. earlier, took $12,000 in cash with her.
The congressional Democratic information technology consultant had access to all communication of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Awan, 37, and his Muslim brothers, Abid and Jamal, were paid more than $4 million over the last last eight years for providing information technology services for Wasserman Schultz and two dozen Democratic congressman.
The three brothers were making $161,000, $165,000, and $160,000, and one of the brothers has a criminal background. They accessed unauthorized computers while acting as IT specialists.
Wasserman Schultz kept Imran Awan on as a “part-time” employee at a $165,000 salary, even after he was accused of a cyber-security breach.
Obstruction of justice
At Imran Awan’s Washington digs, FBI agents seized several computer hard drives that he had smashed to pieces.
The emails that Awan had destroyed could incriminate Hillary Clinton, her former henchman John Podesta, reveal voter fraud by the Democratic National Committee, and contain damning information about the murder of DNC analyst Seth Rich.
To incriminate herself even further, Wasserman Schultz threatened the U.S. Capitol Police with “consequences” if they did not return laptops she said belonged to her that had been used by Awan.
As demands for Wasserman Schultz to testify before Congress continue to mount, she is said to be “an absolute wreck” since Iman Awan was arrested.
Seth Rich murder
Wasserman Schultz’s brother, Steve Wasserman, a federal district attorney in Washington, has shut down the Seth Rich murder investigation despite the fact — or because of it — that there are so many unanswered questions that could send his sister and Hillary Clinton to jail.
Rich was shot and killed July 10, 2016, near his home in an affluent neighborhood of Washington, D.C. He was shot in the back with a handgun at 4:18 a.m. while he walked home. No valuables, not his wallet, credit cards, watch or his cellphone — nothing at all — was taken from him.
As a data analyst for the Democratic National Committee, Rich sent more than 44,000 DNC emails to WikiLeaks, including 17,761 attachments, from January 2015 through the end of May 2016.
On July 22, just 12 days after Rich’s death and just before the Democratic Party Convention in Philadelphia, WikiLeaks released 20,000 leaked DNC emails.
The emails revealed that the DNC tried to sabotage the campaign of her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders and prevent him from becoming the party’s nominee for president.
In one email released by WikiLeaks, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said he’d like to “make an example” of the person who leaked the emails.
“I’m definitely for making an example of a suspected leaker whether or not we have any real basis for it,” Podesta tweeted on Feb. 22, 2015.
Seth Rich’s murder can be added to the many other suspicious deaths of associates of Hillary and Bill Clinton, or the DNC, just before the marked men and women were about to release incriminating evidence about the Clintons’ activities. The so called “Clinton body count” goes back to the July 1993 “suicide” of deputy White House counsel Vince Foster.
And the beat goes on
The body of 37-year-old Beranton J. Whisenant Jr., a federal prosecutor investigating DNC voter fraud and leaked emails on the scandal, was found May 25 on a beach in Hollywood, Florida.
Like the Seth Rich murder, none of his personal belongings or valuables were taken.
Police said they are trying to determine if the death was a homicide, suicide or something else. Suicide has to be ruled out since Whisenant’s skull was crushed from behind.
Mainstream media ignores it all
The Clinton-biased liberal media have refused to cover the recent — or any — suspicious deaths linked to Hillary Clinton and the DNC. The arrest and cyber security charges against Imran Awan are said to be one of the biggest scandals in the Democrat Party since the Seth Rich murder.
A dismissive New York Times story cast doubt on the Awan case by relying solely on his lawyer, Christopher Gowen, the close associate of the Clintons.
Only the alternative media, notably the Daily Caller, are running stories that prove Wasserman Schultz and the Clintons have a whole lot to hide.