NEW PHOTOS of Wasserman Schultz IT Professional Imran Awan and His Indicted Wife Hina Alvi
“IT specialist” Imran Awan worked for Debbie Wasserman Schultz for thirteen years since she was first elected to national office in 2004 as a Florida representative.
She only fired him after he was arrested and would have kept paying her “IT expert” even after he fled to Pakistan.
The Awan brothers IT ring had access to emails and computer data from an estimated 800 lawmakers and staffers.
Three Pakistani brothers who managed the IT affairs for several Democratic government officials were relieved of their duties in February on suspicion that they accessed specific computer networks without permission, also known as hacking.
Imran Awan, who started working for Wasserman Schultz in 2005, received $164,600 in 2016, with close to $20,000 of that coming from Wasserman Schultz.
His brother Jamal, who started working as a staffer in 2014, was paid $157,350.12 in 2016. Abid, who started working in 2005, was paid $160,943 in 2016.
Imran’s wife, Hina Alvi, who was employed as a staffer since February 2007, was paid 168,300 in 2016. Rao Abbas was paid $85,049 in 2016.
Abid, Imran, and Jamal Awan were barred from computer networks at the House of Representatives in February.
Most of the House Members fired the Awans subsequently.
Only Debbie Wasserman Schultz kept Imran Awan on the pay roll up to the day he got arrest for Bank Fraud after trying to flee the country.
The rest of the family fled since months to Pakistan along with hundreds of thousands of tax-payer money they mysteriously were able to wire.
Democrats were willing or unwillingly compromised by the Awans and Sensitive Information leaked to foreign Enemies! (Muslim Brotherhood – Yemen Raid with dead soldier for example?) Many of them have Seats on Committees that handle highly sensitive information.
According to Redditt — Imran Awan is now released with an GPS ankle monitor until his preliminary hearing on Aug. 21.
More information is coming out on Imran Awan and his criminal activities.
Awan pretended to be his wife when requesting a loan from the Congressional Federal Credit Union and got it! He had the credit union wire $165,000 to PAKISTAN – no questions asked.
Andrew McCarthy at National Review reported:
Bank fraud was the stated charge on which Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport this week, just as he was trying to flee the United States for Pakistan, via Qatar. That is the same route taken by Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, in March, when she suddenly fled the country, with three young daughters she yanked out of school, mega-luggage, and $12,400 in cash.
By then, the proceeds of the fraudulent $165,000 loan they’d gotten from the Congressional Federal Credit Union had been sent ahead. It was part of a $283,000 transfer that Awan managed to wire from Capitol Hill. He pulled it off — hilariously, if infuriatingly — by pretending to be his wife in a phone call with the credit union. Told that his proffered reason for the transfer (“funeral arrangements”) wouldn’t fly, “Mrs.” Awan promptly repurposed: Now “she” was “buying property.” Asking no more questions, the credit union wired the money . . . to Pakistan.…
…Congressional-staff salaries are modest, in the $40,000 range. For some reason, Awan was paid about four times as much. He also managed to get his wife, Alvi, on the House payroll . . . then his brother, Abid Awan . . . then Abid’s wife, Natalia Sova. The youngest of the clan, Awan’s brother Jamal, came on board in 2014 — the then-20-year-old commanding an annual salary of $160,000. A few of these arrangements appear to have been sinecures: While some Awans were rarely seen around the office, we now know they were engaged in extensive financial shenanigans away from the Capitol.
Awan also threatened and tried to extort cash from his stepmother after his father’s death.
The Daily Caller reported:
Their own stepmother, a devout Muslim, called police in Virginia and said they used high-tech devices to wiretap her home and tried to extort her into signing papers that would give them access to cash stored in Pakistan in their deceased father’s name.
The stepmother, Samina Gilani, said in court documents that Imran said he was “very powerful” and would have her loved ones kidnapped in Pakistan.
Court records show that their father changed his last name, and two relatives said that was because he detested illegal behavior by his sons.
In public lawsuits in Fairfax County, Va., the brothers have been accused of life insurance fraud as well as fraud involving a car dealership.
This is a description of a complete slimeball. Who kicks his stepmother out of her home when she has just lost her husband?
The more you read about Imran Awan the more you see the picture of a complete soulless criminal.
So why was he hanging around Wasserman Schultz for 13 years?
In an interview with the Sun-Sentinel this week Wasserman-Schultz defended her decision to keep Imran on the payroll because there were racial and ethnic profiling concerns.
This was after her IT specialist was barred from the House computer networks in FEBRUARY!
Wasserman-Schultz breaks silence & tells why she didn't fire IT aide pic.twitter.com/8G7dYkEMF4
— Eye On The Sparrow (@2Chron169) August 23, 2017
Imran and his wife Hina Alvi were indicted last week on four charges related to mortgage fraud.
Here are photos of Imran and his indicted wife Hina Alvi during better times.
Via Democracy Raised from the Dead.
Investigators found several computer servers at the Awan home after they moved out.
The Awan brothers also left four government-issued laptops and servers, pried-open hard drives, and twenty Blackberries in the home rented by Marine Andre Taggart.
The Daily Caller reported:
Imran and his wife Hina Alvi were indicted on four charges related to mortgage fraud on Thursday.
They were charged with making false statements on a loan application, unlawful monetary transactions, bank fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud.
Hina Alvi has been in Pakistan with the couple’s children since March, and federal authorities said they do not expect her to return to the United States.
The FBI said Imran and his wife made false statements to obtain a $165,000 home equity loan from the congressional credit union in January.
Days after receiving the loan, they wired nearly $300,000 to two individuals in Pakistan, according to the FBI affidavit.
As reported earlier today on The Gateway Pundit