Paki shenanigans in I.T.

domelogic

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There was just a “shooting unarmed black man” narrative in Pittsburgh, now I watched 4 different “news” stories on it, and only ONE bothered to mention, not only why he was being chased by the police (involved in a drive by shooting that JUST OCCURRED) but, that two firearms were found in the vechical. They then left out the perp who got shot was in possession of a magazine that fit the firearms that were FOUND in the vehicle after the shooting, also not a fucking PEEP about the FACT that a driveby shooting had just occurred, except for a little blurb showing the other guy in the car shooting out of the window of the car.
But “oh they shot another innocent angel”
Oh, and the “kid” was 17, he’s not even old enough to purchase ammunition
Exactly. Why can’t more people realize this and call them on it
 

THE FEZ MAN

as a matter of fact i dont have 5$
Exactly. Why can’t more people realize this and call them on it
I have to assume it’s because the entirety of the media is so afraid of being labeled “racist” I haven’t seen one genuine article/ news report since before Saint Travon, god forbid you actually grow a spine and point out the glaringly obvious, because I’m a “boot licker” I am overly sensitive to this, I find the false narrative infuriating, they can have video from 3 different cameras clearly showing the “perp” with a gun and the media and leftist will still say that the police “murdered an innocent man”
 

domelogic

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Well lookie here. This case might not be done after all. Seems the dc swamp got what they want but had no federal jurisdiction and the truth may still have a shot. They, the swamp, went to great lengths to make this go away so there must have been some good shit they do not want to see the light of day. Someone has the dnc server, the dem caucus server(yes those are not the same) and the Weiners laptop. Treasure my friends treasure. Get to those and the secrets of the world is yours Bud



Plea Deal in House IT Scandal Not Binding for Other US Attorney’s Offices

A plea deal reached by former House IT aide Imran Awan is only limited to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, details of the agreement reveal.

As part of the deal reached on July 3, Awan pleaded guilty to one charge of bank fraud. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to not file additional charges against him. Charges against his wife, Hina Alvi Awan, were also dropped.

The terms of the deal, however, stipulate that it does “not bind the Civil Division of this Office or any other United States Attorney’s Office, nor does it bind any other state, local, or federal prosecutor.”

“It also does not bar or compromise any civil, tax, or administrative claim pending or that may be made against your client,” it states.

This means that other U.S. attorney’s offices or prosecutors could still file charges against Awan if evidence of wrongdoing is found.

In reaching the plea deal with Awan, prosecutors contradicted evidence found by House investigators that Awan and his associates made unauthorized and suspicious logins to congressional IT systems.

Awan was first hired as a congressional IT aide in 2004. After he hit the congressional pay-cap in 2005, his two brothers, sister-in-law, wife, and other associates were added to the payroll in the following years. Despite having little to no IT experience, they provided IT services to 44 House Democrats. Each of the offices had waived otherwise mandatory background checks.

According to the House inspector general, the IT aides made unauthorized logins to the systems of 15 House Democrats. The IG also documented excessive logins by the IT aides to the Democratic House Caucus server, a total of 5,735 during a seven month period.

“Excessive logons are an indication that the server is being used for nefarious purposes and elevated the risk that individuals could be reading and/or removing information,” said the IG in a briefing provided to House leadership in September 2016, which was not publicly released.

Subsequent to the findings, on Feb. 2, 2017, House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving banned the IT workers from the House network. On the same day, Irving, along with Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko, wrote in a memo marked “URGENT” that “the employees [Awan and his associates] are an ongoing and serious risk to the House of Representatives, possibly threatening the integrity of our information systems and thereby members’ capacity to serve constituents.”

The memo, which was reviewed by The Daily Caller News Foundation, said that the Democratic Caucus server had been replaced by a different one after it had been identified by investigators as evidence.

“While reviewing the inventory, the CAO discovered that the serial number of the server did not match that of the one imaged in September,” the memo read.

Awan and several of his family members also frequently traveled to Pakistan. Concerns are that the server had been used as a central collection point of data from member’s offices, including those who work on committees with access to classified information, after which it could have been transferred out of Congress to other groups or potentially foreign governments.

The House IG had uncovered two Dropbox accounts installed on computers operated by the IT workers, which were likely to have contained sensitive files.

“While file sharing sites, such as Dropbox, have legitimate business purposes, use of such sites is also a classic method for insiders to exfiltrate data from an organization,” the IG presentation states.

In the plea deal, prosecutors in the Awan case presented evidence to the contrary of that of House investigators.

It said that based on its own investigation of the allegations, including interviewing 40 witnesses and obtaining computers and other electronic devices, it had found “no evidence that your client illegally removed House data from the House network or from House members’ offices, stole the House Democratic Caucus server, stole or destroyed House information technology equipment, or improperly accessed or transferred government information, including classified or sensitive information.”

Prosecutors did not provide an explanation for why its findings were divergent from those of the House Office of Inspector General and of Capitol Hill Police.

Under the plea deal, Awan could face between zero and six months in jail and pay a fine of between $500 and $9,500. Awan’s lawyer, Christopher Gowen, said they are seeking a probation-only sentence without a fine or restitution.

Given the potential national security implications, attorney generals outside of the District of Columbia could still decide to investigate the case if additional information surfaces.

Media reporting has revealed that potential witnesses with knowledge of the case, such as other House IT workers, had not been approached by the FBI for questioning.
 

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Well lookie here. This case might not be done after all. Seems the dc swamp got what they want but had no federal jurisdiction and the truth may still have a shot. They, the swamp, went to great lengths to make this go away so there must have been some good shit they do not want to see the light of day. Someone has the dnc server, the dem caucus server(yes those are not the same) and the Weiners laptop. Treasure my friends treasure. Get to those and the secrets of the world is yours Bud



Plea Deal in House IT Scandal Not Binding for Other US Attorney’s Offices

A plea deal reached by former House IT aide Imran Awan is only limited to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, details of the agreement reveal.

As part of the deal reached on July 3, Awan pleaded guilty to one charge of bank fraud. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to not file additional charges against him. Charges against his wife, Hina Alvi Awan, were also dropped.

The terms of the deal, however, stipulate that it does “not bind the Civil Division of this Office or any other United States Attorney’s Office, nor does it bind any other state, local, or federal prosecutor.”

“It also does not bar or compromise any civil, tax, or administrative claim pending or that may be made against your client,” it states.

This means that other U.S. attorney’s offices or prosecutors could still file charges against Awan if evidence of wrongdoing is found.

In reaching the plea deal with Awan, prosecutors contradicted evidence found by House investigators that Awan and his associates made unauthorized and suspicious logins to congressional IT systems.

Awan was first hired as a congressional IT aide in 2004. After he hit the congressional pay-cap in 2005, his two brothers, sister-in-law, wife, and other associates were added to the payroll in the following years. Despite having little to no IT experience, they provided IT services to 44 House Democrats. Each of the offices had waived otherwise mandatory background checks.

According to the House inspector general, the IT aides made unauthorized logins to the systems of 15 House Democrats. The IG also documented excessive logins by the IT aides to the Democratic House Caucus server, a total of 5,735 during a seven month period.

“Excessive logons are an indication that the server is being used for nefarious purposes and elevated the risk that individuals could be reading and/or removing information,” said the IG in a briefing provided to House leadership in September 2016, which was not publicly released.

Subsequent to the findings, on Feb. 2, 2017, House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving banned the IT workers from the House network. On the same day, Irving, along with Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko, wrote in a memo marked “URGENT” that “the employees [Awan and his associates] are an ongoing and serious risk to the House of Representatives, possibly threatening the integrity of our information systems and thereby members’ capacity to serve constituents.”

The memo, which was reviewed by The Daily Caller News Foundation, said that the Democratic Caucus server had been replaced by a different one after it had been identified by investigators as evidence.

“While reviewing the inventory, the CAO discovered that the serial number of the server did not match that of the one imaged in September,” the memo read.

Awan and several of his family members also frequently traveled to Pakistan. Concerns are that the server had been used as a central collection point of data from member’s offices, including those who work on committees with access to classified information, after which it could have been transferred out of Congress to other groups or potentially foreign governments.

The House IG had uncovered two Dropbox accounts installed on computers operated by the IT workers, which were likely to have contained sensitive files.

“While file sharing sites, such as Dropbox, have legitimate business purposes, use of such sites is also a classic method for insiders to exfiltrate data from an organization,” the IG presentation states.

In the plea deal, prosecutors in the Awan case presented evidence to the contrary of that of House investigators.

It said that based on its own investigation of the allegations, including interviewing 40 witnesses and obtaining computers and other electronic devices, it had found “no evidence that your client illegally removed House data from the House network or from House members’ offices, stole the House Democratic Caucus server, stole or destroyed House information technology equipment, or improperly accessed or transferred government information, including classified or sensitive information.”

Prosecutors did not provide an explanation for why its findings were divergent from those of the House Office of Inspector General and of Capitol Hill Police.

Under the plea deal, Awan could face between zero and six months in jail and pay a fine of between $500 and $9,500. Awan’s lawyer, Christopher Gowen, said they are seeking a probation-only sentence without a fine or restitution.

Given the potential national security implications, attorney generals outside of the District of Columbia could still decide to investigate the case if additional information surfaces.

Media reporting has revealed that potential witnesses with knowledge of the case, such as other House IT workers, had not been approached by the FBI for questioning.
Oh, okay. Now I see what they did. They got him on the mortgage scam, and cut him "a deal" on that, but the scope of the "immunity" was tiny, and that deal was just to nail his feet to the floor, wash their hands of him, and set him up for the rest of the sharks to tear apart.

That plea deal with the AG wasn't the end of it, it's just the beginning.
 
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domelogic

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These are all links to articles about this case. Main link is here: http://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dailycaller/awan/awanseries.html


Imran Awan: A Continuing DCNF Investigative Group Series
 

domelogic

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Part 2

 

domelogic

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Timeline for the Awan scandal. https://www.theepochtimes.com/assets/uploads/2018/04/12/Awan_Congressional_Scandal_Epoch_Times-1.jpg


Yes there is absolutely nothing going on here with this. The timeline lays out all kinds of issues. Like maxing out your pay in 3-4 years, which is the amount a congressman makes. Now you need to ask yourself why DWS would hire the wife of Awan in January 2017 while an investigation of him/family is going on. No nothing strange about any of this. Move along but wait there is more. A dem IT aide went to the wash post in feb 2017 with evidence of major corruption. Wapo never returned his call so he then went to Luke Rosiak who published the story and then was mocked by the msm for his piece. Incidentally in that story was the part about dsw laptop being left in a phone booth. He has been proven to be correct in all that he printed so far. Nope no collusion whatsoever between msm and dems.
 
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domelogic

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The AG nailed his feet to the floor(on US soil, so the rat doesn't try to make a break for Ratistan again) with the mortgage scam plea deal, and the immunity they gave him was so limited in scope, that it gives him no protection from the long list of alphabet soup agencies that are going to be putting him through the meat grinder next.

If Hillary had won, this rat and the whole family of rats in his nest would be free as birds, rich as kings, still in business, and selling mountains of intel to the Pakis right now... don't doubt that for a second. Nobody in the msm ever would've spoken this rat's name.

But Trump President naaaaa!
 
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Here's my takeaway from that-

"Media reporting has revealed that potential witnesses with knowledge of the case, such as other House IT workers, had not been approached by the FBI for questioning."
 

domelogic

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No story here move along unless you to print quotes from Awan’s own attorney who lied. Fact checking has all but disappeared for the msm. But first this little tidbit about Awan being unimportant. Again nothing to see here move along



Imran Awan travels with a motorcade of armed Pakistani government agents when in Pakistan. This is in court documents. Did the FBI find out how he got that detail? What was the answer? If they don't know, how could they clear him?


NYTimes made a correction to a story.
An earlier version of this article, using information from Mr. Awan’s attorney, referred incorrectly to a transfer of money by Mr. Awan. According to his lawyer, he sent to Pakistan to help his father; he did not send it directly to his father. And his father had been living in Virginia, not Pakistan, before his death in January 2017
 

Bobobie

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When they hired these guys they must have had such fuzzy warm feeling about how inclusive they were. Maybe it isn't a good idea to hire a Pakistani national for position that should be secret level security. Not because of race, but because the difficulty in doing a decent background check on someone from there.

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

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When they hired these guys they must have had such fuzzy warm feeling about how inclusive they were. Maybe it isn't a good idea to hire a Pakistani national for position that should be secret level security. Not because of race, but because the difficulty in doing a decent background check on someone from there.

That’s The Who,e point with this. Obama for some reason, which has not yet been disclosed, wanted the Iran deal to be competed. He also had a special relationship with the Muslim brotherhood. Again why has not yet been revealed but I am sure it will. If this article is accurate then the dnc would have wanted background checks for Awan or anyone associated with him. Why, because DSW could vouch for them to other dem people to get Awan work. This helped her and anyone connected to her, ie Hillary, obama, etc, by having black mail info that Awan collected. This is the real way to control people, it would be hard for me to think , as much as I loathe these people, that even they knew he was passing on this info to Pakistani intelligence or someone else. That is exactly what seems to have happened. There must be some good shit from that laptop with the way dsw reacted to capital police and even bigger dirty shit from the dem caucus server.
 

Bobobie

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I think his sole "in" was banging Debbie Wasserman. You can only punish someone so much ... time served and deported.

That’s The Who,e point with this. Obama for some reason, which has not yet been disclosed, wanted the Iran deal to be competed. He also had a special relationship with the Muslim brotherhood. Again why has not yet been revealed but I am sure it will. If this article is accurate then the dnc would have wanted background checks for Awan or anyone associated with him. Why, because DSW could vouch for them to other dem people to get Awan work. This helped her and anyone connected to her, ie Hillary, obama, etc, by having black mail info that Awan collected. This is the real way to control people, it would be hard for me to think , as much as I loathe these people, that even they knew he was passing on this info to Pakistani intelligence or someone else. That is exactly what seems to have happened. There must be some good shit from that laptop with the way dsw reacted to capital police and even bigger dirty shit from the dem caucus server.
 

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I don't believe this is anything but just to be aware.
@lukerosiak: Stand by for MAJOR NEWS ON IMRAN AWAN in 1 hour ... this is big!
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ruckstande

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I don't believe this is anything but just to be aware.
@lukerosiak: Stand by for MAJOR NEWS ON IMRAN AWAN in 1 hour ... this is big!
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Fuck. Nevermind. Digging deeper this is just about a book. Gay
 
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