Back in March of this year, I wrote an article for ClashDaily.com about operational security, known by its acronym of OPSEC and the apparent complete lack of any by the once Democratic National Committee Chairwoman and still current Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
Well, with the recent arrest of Imran Awan on bank fraud charges, the prime target of the ongoing investigation into the House-IT Scandal, as he was attempting to flee the United States for Pakistan recently, this story is getting a more interesting.
Only Fox News reported it the day it happened, and the other networks are trying to pass it off as nothing but a simple bank fraud investigation. Any good investigator knows that you arrest and hold a flight risk suspect on any easily proven charge to get them into custody and prevent their escape to a country that will not extradite them. Investigators regularly do that while they complete the entire investigation.
In Awan we have a case of a highly over paid US House IT staffer, who is known to have stolen equipment, transferred data from Congressional computers to an off-site server, had full access to all emails of nearly thirty members of the House, vacated his home when the investigation became public having left smashed hard drives at the aforementioned house, and now not just Awan’s step-mother is suing him for blackmail, but Pat Sower’s, a House IT Staffer, is accusing him and his brothers of it also.
This sure looks to me like a full-blown criminal enterprise, possibly even a foreign intelligence operation, is coming to light. Yet most of the mainstream media is ignoring it or trying to pass it off as just a simple financial crime.
From 41,000 feet in the air this is a huge fire, with the potential to bring down many major players in the US House, along with possibly some from the past administration.