Paki shenanigans in I.T.

#1
If this isn't on your radar, it should be.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/05/h...ayments-and-sure-enough-millions-disappeared/
A Pakistani family under criminal investigation by the U.S. Capitol Police for abusing their access to the House of Representatives information technology (IT) system may have engaged in myriad other questionable schemes besides allegedly placing “ghost employees” on the congressional payroll.

Imran Awan, his wife Hina, and brothers Abid and Jamal collectively netted more than $4 million in salary as IT administrators for House Democrats between 2009 and 2017. Yet the absence of signs of wealth displayed among them raise questions such as was the money sent overseas or did something other than paychecks motivate their actions?

Capitol Police revoked the Awans’ access to the congressional IT system in February 2017 after a major data breach was detected. Their access had allowed them to read emails and files of dozens of members, including many serving on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

House Democrats have been nonchalant about the allegations, with some saying it was just a misunderstanding or the Capitol Police framed the Awans due to Islamophobia.

But official documents, court records and multiple interviews suggest the crew may have engaged in tax fraud, extortion, bankruptcy fraud and insurance fraud and the money could have been funneled overseas. Abid has hired high-profile attorney James Bacon who specializes in anti-money laundering litigation.
The Awans share modest homes, drive unremarkable cars and report little in the way of assets on congressional disclosures. The family owns significant amounts of Virginia rental properties, which are heavily financed, with second mortgages sometimes taken out. It’s unclear where the rental income goes because the Awans insist tenants pay in odd ways.

The Daily Caller News foundation interviewed multiple current and former tenants who said Imran insisted rent be paid in untraceable ways. Many of those TheDCNF interviewed about the Awans asked not to be identified for fear of suffering retaliation by the family, particularly renters to whose homes Imran has keys.

“He only wants cash — for the security deposit, everything. The mortgage is probably $600, we pay $1,800 a month,” one said.

“I would write the rent to all sorts of different people,” another claimed. While still another tenant said the family insisted on blank money orders.

Those interviewed also were puzzled that Congress kept the Awans on the payroll full-time when the family spent months of the year in Pakistan.

The four Awans were each making approximately $160,000 a year on Capitol Hill. Other House IT workers told TheDCNF that the Awans appeared to hold no-show jobs, with bare-bones services provided, and it appeared one person was doing the work for the rest of them.

Cristal Perpignan, a former Awan renter, said Imran instructed her to pay the rent to Imran’s friend, Rao Abbas, who lived in the basement of the home she occupied and was also on the House payroll as an IT worker. But Perpignan said Abbas spent his days at home.

Imran’s wife purchased the home in 2008 for $470,000. A second mortgage was taken out in 2012, and — at least on paper — it was sold to Imran’s 22-year old brother Jamal in November 2016 for $620,000 — $43,000 more than its assessed value.

All but five percent of Jamal’s purchase, $589,000, was financed by the bank, according to records reviewed by TheDCNF. This means the transaction netted the family $119,000 of the bank’s money even as the house remained a rental property, without the ownership ever leaving the family.

According to Wells Fargo, people can’t use a standard mortgage for a rental property. The bank must be told of the intent to use the property as a rental, and the applicant generally is required to make a 20 percent down payment. There are no notes in property records that it was not an arms-length sale.

While the Awans had access to the emails of members of sensitive congressional committees, Abid incorporated a car dealership in Falls Church, Va., with Nasir Khattek, who operated an established car dealership next door.

Khattek later said in sworn testimony that the Abid dealership’s financial books were a sham. Abid’s dealership received $100,000 from Ali Al-Attar, an Iraqi politician who practiced medicine in the Washington, D.C. region and is a fugitive from the U.S. Department of Justice.

The dealership racked up debts to people who subsequently accused Abid of fraud, according to court documents. Abid filed bankruptcy to discharge the debts, while his family members remained untouched. Khattek testified the dealership was run as a “family business,” with Imran, not Abid, in control.

As some of Capitol Hill’s highest-paid employees, the brothers had to submit financial disclosure statements to Congress, but Abid attested that he had no liabilities. Imran checked “no” when asked whether his spouse had any income, even though she was making a top salary from the same employer reviewing the disclosure documents.

The disclosures also ask about rental income, but the Awans often listed either no or little rent payments received.

Though people in bankruptcy procedures must sell off their assets to pay creditors, Abid kept two houses by swearing he was separated or divorcing from his wife and living apart. Years later, they are still together.

In January, as their father lay dying, the brothers tried to commandeer assets stored in his name, according to their stepmother, Samina Gilani. They installed listening devices in her house, plugged in a device behind her computer, and forbade her from leaving the house, she said in court documents and interviews. The brothers’ aim was to obtain a power of attorney giving them control of their father’s assets in Pakistan, their stepmother told TheDCNF.

“Imran Awan threatened that he is very powerful, and if I ever call the police again, [he] will … kidnap my family members back in Pakistan,” Gilani said in court documents.

Days before their father died, the brothers badgered him to sign over assets as insignificant as a $5,000 car — assets they didn’t need, according to a relative. The relative speculated the goal was to make their father desperate enough to sign the Pakistani power of attorney, which would give them access to potentially sizable offshore bank accounts.

They also had their dying father sign a form making Abid administrator of his life insurance policy, though nothing about the change altered Gilani’s position as beneficiary.

However, Jamal falsely attested on the death certificate that his father was divorced, and Abid made himself beneficiary, leading to a lawsuit alleging life insurance fraud. Outside of the Fairfax County court during the case, Abid would say only that “people could harm me,” declining to explain what he meant.

The Capitol Police criminal investigation has gone on for months, but of more than a dozen people with ties to the Awans who were interviewed by TheDCNF, most have not been contacted by officials.

Among those investigators have not interviewed is Gilani, even though the brothers allegedly wiretapped and extorted her — behavior that could be highly relevant to the Capitol Hill probe.
 

jnoble

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#2
WE HEARD YOU!!!
 

Creasy Bear

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#3
This right here is all you need to know, this is the takeaway...

House Democrats have been nonchalant about the allegations, with some saying it was just a misunderstanding or the Capitol Police framed the Awans due to Islamophobia.
There is no crook, thief, scumbag, terrorist, etc... that the Democrats won't defend if it fits the narrative of the oppressed and victimized Muslim.
 

domelogic

Registered User
#5
Wtf? Our government sucks and the dems never want anything checked out for Christs sake. How does someone still have a job being away(out of the country) for months at a time?


Those interviewed also were puzzled that Congress kept the Awans on the payroll full-time when the family spent months of the year in Pakistan.

The four Awans were each making approximately $160,000 a year on Capitol Hill. Other House IT workers told TheDCNF that the Awans appeared to hold no-show jobs, with bare-bones services provided, and it appeared one person was doing the work for the rest of them.

House Democrats have been nonchalant about the allegations, with some saying it was just a misunderstanding or the Capitol Police framed the Awans due to Islamophobia. this is why you are all shits. Throw them all out
 

ruckstande

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#6
This story has been brewing for a long while yet no one had taken it seriously. I think the was some FBIAnon that talked about this months ago and said that this story was going to be huge.
 

MrAbovePar

En Taro Anthony
#7
When the IT guy has your browsing history of Loli porn sites and purchases from the dark web, of course you'll support him in anything he does.
 

jnoble

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#8
When the IT guy has your browsing history of Loli porn sites and purchases from the dark web, of course you'll support him in anything he does.
You're speaking in general not from personal experience, right? :action-sm
 

Creasy Bear

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#9
3 possibilities here, and I'll bet all 3 are true.

1. The dems hired these Pakis in the first place because 'diversity and inclusion'. Even though they were a huge security risk with their strong ties to Pakistan, the dems put the quota-stuffing virtue signalling way before concerns of national security.

After the rats bit them on the ass, the dems did everything in their power to ignore and cover up their crimes because...

2. The rats had the embarrassing goods on the dems, and were blackmailing them hard to keep their yaps shut.

and/or

3. The narrative that muzzies are our honest and trustworthy allies must be protected at all costs.

This is one more glaring example of the dangers of Democrat Delusion Syndrome.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
#10
Clearly, these are the 'Russian' hackers they're looking for.
 

MrAbovePar

En Taro Anthony
#12
3 possibilities here, and I'll bet all 3 are true.

1. The dems hired these Pakis in the first place because 'diversity and inclusion'. Even though they were a huge security risk with their strong ties to Pakistan, the dems put the quota-stuffing virtue signalling way before concerns of national security.

After the rats bit them on the ass, the dems did everything in their power to ignore and cover up their crimes because...

2. The rats had the embarrassing goods on the dems, and were blackmailing them hard to keep their yaps shut.

and/or

3. The narrative that muzzies are our honest and trustworthy allies must be protected at all costs.

This is one more glaring example of the dangers of Democrat Delusion Syndrome.
Pretty much it. Or how it looks to sane folks at least.
 

Creasy Bear

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#13
Damn... the first rumblings of this popped up as far back as February, and it barely made any ripples in the MSM pond. Fox is the only "biggie" that did a story. Not a peep out of the rest of them... shocker.

The Paki rats, with the help of their DNC coconspirators, had plenty of time... months... to get all their ill-gotten gains packed up, and they all ran back to their ratholes in Pakistink... where they were recieved as VIPs and given official motorcade hero's welcomes.

Holy fuck... this mess stinks like unwashed muzzie rat ass, and their leftie-saliva-slathered balls.

CNN does a hard-hitting in-depth investigation into this scandal in... 3... 2... 1.... Wait! An autistic 12-year-old in Boise just did a Trump-buttfucking-CNN gif... all hands to the doxxing decks!
 
#14
This will be the scandal that brings down the democrat party!

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Ballbuster1

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#15
3 possibilities here, and I'll bet all 3 are true.

1. The dems hired these Pakis in the first place because 'diversity and inclusion'. Even though they were a huge security risk with their strong ties to Pakistan, the dems put the quota-stuffing virtue signalling way before concerns of national security.

After the rats bit them on the ass, the dems did everything in their power to ignore and cover up their crimes because...

2. The rats had the embarrassing goods on the dems, and were blackmailing them hard to keep their yaps shut.

and/or

3. The narrative that muzzies are our honest and trustworthy allies must be protected at all costs.

This is one more glaring example of the dangers of Democrat Delusion Syndrome.
Actually, 1 and 3 are enough for the libs.
 

domelogic

Registered User
#16
Damn... the first rumblings of this popped up as far back as February, and it barely made any ripples in the MSM pond. Fox is the only "biggie" that did a story. Not a peep out of the rest of them... shocker.

The Paki rats, with the help of their DNC coconspirators, had plenty of time... months... to get all their ill-gotten gains packed up, and they all ran back to their ratholes in Pakistink... where they were recieved as VIPs and given official motorcade hero's welcomes.

Holy fuck... this mess stinks like unwashed muzzie rat ass, and their leftie-saliva-slathered balls.

CNN does a hard-hitting in-depth investigation into this scandal in... 3... 2... 1.... Wait! An autistic 12-year-old in Boise just did a Trump-buttfucking-CNN gif... all hands to the doxxing decks!


Is there anything the msm will not do to help the dnc? How many stories have gone unpublished or not even investigated because the dems fucked up. I just do not get what the msm or the dems stand to gain from any of this. What is their end game or what do they think will happen?
 

Creasy Bear

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#17
Is there anything the msm will not do to help the dnc? How many stories have gone unpublished or not even investigated because the dems fucked up. I just do not get what the msm or the dems stand to gain from any of this. What is their end game or what do they think will happen?
Phase 3: Profit!!!
 

JoeyDVDZ

Well-Known Member
Donator
#18
Is there anything the msm will not do to help the dnc? How many stories have gone unpublished or not even investigated because the dems fucked up. I just do not get what the msm or the dems stand to gain from any of this. What is their end game or what do they think will happen?
Especially now, that we all know they're complicit, and we're watching their every move like hawks. You'd think self preservation would kick in at some point, and they'd start reporting the news honestly at least for a little while, until the heat's off.

Nope, not our MSM. Double down until the bitter end.
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
#19
But Pakistan is our allies....... they would never harbor a fugitive or encourage terrorist
 
#22
Which help desk were they working for?
They may have been just trying to access the check list
 

ruckstande

Posts mostly from the shitter.
#24
This for weird again.
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ByHANK BERRIEN

September 7, 2017

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The saga of Imran Awan, the Debbie Wasserman Schultz staffer who was indictedalong with his wife in August on four counts, including bank fraud and making false statements, took a more sinister turn on Wednesday, as reports surfaced that the laptop Schultz has been desperately trying to keep prosecutors from examining was planted in a tiny room by someone who left a note for the U.S. attorney.

That someone could have been Awan, who wanted police to find the laptop, which had the user name “RepDWS” listed.

There have been suspicions regarding Wasserman Schultz for months; after revelations of Awan’s criminality surfaced at the beginning of February, most of the legislators employing him fired him within weeks, but Wasserman Schultz did not fire him until after he was arrested on July 25 at Dulles International Airport while trying to flee to Pakistan.

U.S. Capitol Police found the laptop after midnight April 6, 2017, in the tiny room that formerly served as a phone booth in the Rayburn House Office Building, as a Capitol Police report stated. The laptop was accompanied by a Pakistani ID card, copies of Awan’s driver’s license and congressional ID badge, and letters to the U.S. attorney. A notebook found with the laptop had notes regarding “attorney-client privilege.”

As The Daily Caller pointed out, the room where the laptop was found is “a place Awan would have had no reason to go because Wasserman Schultz’s office is in the Longworth building and the other members who employed him had fired him.”

On May 18, 2017, Wasserman Schultz threatened Chief Matthew Verderosa after he stated he might not be able to return the laptop to her. She insisted that if a member of Congress lost their equipment, it should be returned. When Verderosa replied that there could be extenuating circumstances if the laptop was connected to a suspect, she warned, “I think you’re violating the rules when you conduct your business that way, and you should expect that there will be consequences.”

On August 3, Wasserman Schultz said she was only attempting to protect Awan, adding, “This was not my laptop. I have never seen that laptop. I don’t know what’s on the laptop.”

Rep. Louie Gohmert, (R-TX) told The Daily Caller News Foundation, “Imran Awan is a calculating person who made great efforts to cover his tracks, both electronically and physically. Placing that laptop with his personal documents, which may well incriminate him, those he worked for, or both, in the dead of night in a House office building, was a deliberate act by a cunning suspect, and it needs to be investigated.”
 

MayrMeninoCrash

Liberal Psycopath
#25
U.S. Capitol Police found the laptop after midnight April 6, 2017, in the tiny room that formerly served as a phone booth in the Rayburn House Office Building, as a Capitol Police report stated. The laptop was accompanied by a Pakistani ID card, copies of Awan’s driver’s license and congressional ID badge, and letters to the U.S. attorney. A notebook found with the laptop had notes regarding “attorney-client privilege.”
Doesn't sound fishy at all. Was there a notarized statement saying that this was most assuredly his laptop as well?
 
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