[Above]  Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ “friend” pictured with one of his wives Natalia Sova, a Russian national.

[Above]  Imran Awan pictured with one of his other wives, Hina Alvi, a Pakistani national. Pres. Trump’s administration has given her an immunity deal and she will testify against Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

[Above]  Imran Awan’s “friend,” Debbie Wasserman Schultz an American politician. Note:  She has already conceded that her political career is over. 

 

As an Islamic man, Irwan Awan felt entitled to several women and he was definitely a ladies man. He slept with several women allowing them each to think that “she” was his exclusive lover. In actuality, he was having sex with all of them.

In her extraordinarily arrogant fashion, Wasserman Schultz threatens the Chief of Police and talks to him as though he reports to her. That is how unrealistic this woman has become. 

Hina Alvi Awan. Comey and Mueller ordered the airport police TO STAND DOWN and not arrest her when she was trying to leave to Pakistan via Qatar with her children.

Pres. Trump’s DOJ personnel whom are loyal to the presidency (versus a political party) have struck a deal with Alvi.

Hani Alvi Awan is returning to the USA to testify against Debbie Wasserman Schultz whose brother Steven Wasserman, a Federal Court Judge will not be able to run interference for his sister.

 

Prosecutors have given Imran Awan a copy of the hard drive of a House laptop that Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz tried to keep law enforcement from looking at, court filings show, suggesting prosecutors intend to bring charges related to the underlying cybersecurity and theft probe.

 

IMRAN AWAN EMAIL ACCT by Syndicated News on Scribd

The hard-drive copy was included in discovery even though Wasserman Schultz has said the laptop contains House information on it and is a government-paid work laptop, and even though Imran was fired and banned from the House network because of suspected cybersecurity violations.

Imran left the laptop, with username RepDWS, in a phone booth in circumstances that suggest that it was not accidentally forgotten there. Alongside it, he left a copy of his ID and letters to the U.S. attorney that ensured it would be treated as evidence instead of simply returned as a missing laptop.

Imran entered a House office building the night of April 6, two months after he was banned by House authorities from touching its network, and placed the laptop, a copy of his ID, and letters to the US Attorney in a phone booth, according to a police report.

 

There would be little reason to enter the phone booth, and it would be difficult to forget items there.


[Above]  Judge Steven Wasserman and his sister Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Irwan AWAN is what this fight was all about. He was romancing several women at once – all whom thought their relationship was exclusive.

Consent Motion to Quash by Syndicated News on Scribd

Imran also left in the phone booth a notebook that said “attorney client privilege,” which could be a reason why prosecutors gave Imran’s lawyer a copy of what could be Wasserman Schultz’s laptop. Prosecutors said they were giving him a copy under the legal process of discovery, in which defendants have a right to evidence being used against them.

He has only been charged with bank-fraud crimes related to trying to flee the country with cash, which is why its inclusion in discovery suggests prosecutors intend to bring charges related to the underlying cybersecurity and theft probe.

Imran’s lawyer, Wasserman Schultz, and many in the media have said the misconduct involving Imran goes no further than bank fraud, but the timeline makes clear that a serious criminal investigation into those House issues was the impetus for those moves, and the notebook also included “case details” and letters about “the apparent owner of the bag being investigated,” well before he was accused of bank fraud.

 

An Aug. 31 letter from prosecutors to Imran’s attorney reads:

Prosecutors gave Imran a copy of the laptop found in a phone booth / Federal court records

Wasserman Schultz’s laptop was left in an old phone booth in the Rayburn. 

Wasserman Schultz frantically fought to stop police from looking at the laptop’s hard drive.

For more than two months, police had been telling her they suspected Awan of cybersecurity breaches, including what she called “data transfer violations,” but she maintained that she thought the police were picking on him and wanted to protect his “due process” — even though she knew how serious cyberbreaches can be because she was head of the DNC when its emails were released last year.

Instead of cooperating with the authorities Wasserman Schultz continued to repeat that Awan’s civil liberties were being trampled upon because he is Islamic.

She refused to recognize the dangers Awan could be to the United States sovereignty or what damage he and his crew might have already done. Her first and foremost thoughts were that his rights and his “liberty” were being disrespected.

Imran had access to all the emails and files of dozens of House Democrats. The bizarre refusal of members of Congress to criticize Imran no matter how many suspicious actions are tied to him raises questions about whether members may be afraid that he could release their emails if they assist in his prosecution, or that some could be implicated in a kickbacks scheme involving disappearing equipment and ghost employees.

David Damron, a spokesman for the Florida lawmaker, declined to tell The Daily Caller News Foundation why Wasserman Schultz would still be so adamant the allegations against Imran were made up even after Imran apparently took her laptop late at night and left it where it would be found, alongside other seemingly carefully curated evidence.

Damron would not clarify why Wasserman Schultz said the laptop was hers and that she had lost it, then changed her story to say it was Imran’s laptop and she had never even seen it, and finally, the revelation that it had the username RepDWS, rather than Imran’s username.

Wasserman Schultz hired an outside attorney, Bill Pittard, to argue that police and prosecutors should not be allowed to keep or look at the laptop because it was full of sensitive legislative information, invoking the Constitution’s “speech and debate clause.”

Wasserman Schultz was prohibited from allowing Imran to touch anything having to do with the House network after the Feb. 2 ban, but she kept paying him and providing him access to the office, she said, to have him work on “printers” and “websites.”

Damron would not say whether Wasserman Schultz thought he had connected to the network using the laptop. He would also not say what Imran was doing roaming the House hallways at night.

After learning that Imran was the subject of an investigation, Wasserman Schultz went out of her way to add his wife, Hina Alvi, to her payroll in a newly created position as a second IT aide.

In March, Hina left the country with $12,000 in cash, her children, and large amounts of household goods while Wasserman Schultz knew she was the subject of a criminal investigation, but she kept paying Imran.

Weeks later on April 6, the laptop and letters to the U.S. Attorney turned up in the phone booth.

On May 18, she threatened the Capitol Police with “consequences” if they didn’t return the laptop, saying “if a member loses equipment… it should be returned” because “the member” is not the subject of an investigation.

Police chief Matthew Verderosa noted that he was keeping the laptop because it was tied to a criminal suspect. Indeed, if the laptop had been found by itself, the laptop would have been returned, but the seemingly carefully laid collection of items left with it, including multiple IDs and references to a criminal case, ensured that the laptop would be immediately considered evidence.

Immediately after prosecutors gave Imran a copy of the laptop, Imran’s wife, Hina Alvi, told prosecutors she would agree to return from Pakistan to face charges, seemingly indicating she has confidence that she won’t face serious punishment for theft or cyberviolations, despite authorities being in possession of massive quantities of invoices that were systematically altered to prevent the equipment from appearing in House inventories.

Bill Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney of the District of Columbia, declined to comment on giving Imran an image of the laptop.

[Left]  Wasserman Schultz’s brother, Steve Wasserman, is an attorney in the U.S. Attorney of the District of Columbia’s office.
He has no role in prosecuting the case, but he has tweeted an op-ed arguing that there should be no case against his sister.

 


Yet another of Imran Awan’s five Washington, D.C. real estate properties…  4387 Pembrook Village Dr #74Alexandria, VA 22309

 

 

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  • Roberto Arguello

    This case will be super interesting as Wasserman Schultz knows the in and outs of the entire Clinton machine. It all depends on who’s willing to “spill the beans.”

    • And it’s quite interesting that her brother judge Steven Wasserman wants to continue overseeing the AWAN case the implicitly points to his sister’s involvement. And he doesn’t seem to realize that he must recuse himself due to the outrageous conflict of interest.