Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s IT Staffer Tries Fleeing Country After FBI Seize Bashed in Hard Drives

Earlier today we reported that the FBI had seized bashed hard-drives from DWS’s IT administrator.

The FBI has seized them from DWS’s IT administrator, according to The Daily Caller.

Imran Awan — whom is the IT administrator and a Muslim Pakistani national — along with his two brothers, Abid and Jamal, were responsible for managing several IT services for Democrat representatives.

Some of those clients included members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Trending: Man Goes on Mass Stabbing at 3-Year-Old’s Birthday Party

This family of IT specialists are currently under criminal investigation for “serious violation on the House IT network.” Awan and three of his relatives, due to their IT roles, had access to the emails of more than two dozen House Democrats.

When the news broke in February that the criminal investigation was under way Imran Awan “abruptly moved out of his longtime home”, eventually renting his home to a military couple (a Marine Corps veteran man married to a Navy officer woman).

The tenants said that Awan and his family “left in a huge hurry.”

“[I found] wireless routers, hard drives that look like they tried to destroy, laptops, [and] a lot of brand new expensive toner,” said the Marine. “It looks like government-issued equipment. We turned that stuff over [to the authorities].”

Now Imran has been arrested by authorities for trying to flee the country.

According to The Hill, he was arrested Tuesday on bank fraud charges while trying to leave the country.

Fox News reported that Imran Awan was arrested at Dulles International Airport.

It has been reported Imran was ‘at the center of a scheme that involved double-charging the House for IT equipment, and may also have exposed House information online, according to Fox’ says the Hill.

Whatever it is Awan is up to, it doesn’t look good for him.


Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.