In today's edition of /pol/ was right again, anons have located a YouTube channel belonging to the notorious criminal who's tied to the DNC and specifically Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Imran Awan.
What's incredibly creepy about his channel is he does silent walkthroughs of abandoned or empty houses. While it could be true these are properties he owns for rentals or sale, there's some creepy moments in them where he's crawling through attics and cellars. Take a look.
To top it off there's some even weirder channels he's subscribed to called “SevenSuperGirls”. Take a look at this one which shows a young girl, in skimpy boyshorts performing chores throughout the house. Why is a grown man subscribed to this channel?
Wasserman Schultz IT Guy Threatened Kidnappings For Cash, Court Docs Say
“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,” Awan’s stepmother, Samina Gilani, claimed...
Imran Awan wrote for CNN about Islamophobia.
Feb 2017: Abid, Imran, and Jamal Awan, Hina Alvi and Natalia Sova banned from House of Representative computer networks.
The Awans are under investigation aster it was discovered that congressional information to an off-site server and equipment had been stolen.
They had full access to the emials and sensitive documents of congressional members including homeland security, foriegn affairs, and intelligence committees.
Imran reportedly spent time is his home country of Pakistan while supposedly working at Capitol Hill.
Imran has warked at Capitol Hill since the early 2000's.
Evidence of blackmail & fraud, connection to propaganda for Iraq war.
The Tale of the Brothers Awan
Imran Awan, a former IT aide for Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was indicted Thursday on four counts including bank fraud and making false statements.
The indictment also includes his wife Hina Alvi.
The grand jury decision in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia comes roughly a month after Awan was arrested at Dulles airport in Virginia trying to board a plane to Pakistan, where his family is from.
Awan and other IT aides for House Democrats have been on investigators’ radar for months over concerns of possible double-billing, alleged equipment theft, and access to sensitive computer systems. Most lawmakers fired Awan in February, but Schultz had kept him on until his arrest in July.
The indictment itself, which merely represents formal charges and is not a finding of guilt, addresses separate allegations that Awan and his wife engaged in a conspiracy to obtain home equity lines of credit from the Congressional Federal Credit Union by giving false information about two properties – and then sending the proceeds to individuals in Pakistan.
IT staffers may have compromised sensitive data to foreign intelligence
By Paul Sperry
August 19, 2017 | 9:13pm
Federal authorities are investigating whether sensitive data was stolen from congressional offices by several Pakistani-American tech staffers and sold to Pakistani or Russian intelligence, knowledgeable sources say.
What started out 16 months ago as a scandal involving the alleged theft of computer equipment from Congress has turned into a national-security investigation involving FBI surveillance of the suspects.
Investigators now suspect that sensitive US government data — possibly including classified information — could have been compromised and may have been sold to hostile foreign governments that could use it to blackmail members of Congress or even put their lives at risk.
“This is a massive, massive scandal,” a senior US official familiar with the widening probe told The Post.