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originally posted by: 727Sky
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: rexsblues
It all happened under Ol dodgy Hillikileaks' watch - the bitch should be dragged before a live-stream court and injected with a truth serum so we can finally hear from the criminal herself what most already know, but just can't prove - because she's dodgy AF, and a lawyer, and a career politician, and married to puffin billy.
DWS and this other pawn are just that - distractions and under-the-bus fodder.
Even with the best truth serum money could buy she probably couldn't remember .....air head comes to mind
originally posted by: IAMTAT
This is getting ready to explode into a huge scandal.
The espionage charges are coming very soon.
50-80 members of congress will be found to be involved.
originally posted by: redtic
So, just to be clear, in this case anonymous sources and guilty before innocent is ok. Got it.
Alarm bells went off in April 2016 when computer security officials in the House reported “irregularities” in computer equipment purchasing. An internal investigation revealed the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars in government property, and evidence pointed to five IT staffers and the Democratic Congress members’ offices that employed them.
The evidence was turned over to the House inspector general, who found so much “smoke” that she recommended a criminal probe, sources say. The case was turned over to Capitol Police in October.
When the suspected IT workers couldn’t produce the missing invoiced equipment, sources say, they were removed from working on the computer network in early February.
During the probe, investigators found valuable government data that is believed to have been taken from the network and placed on offsite servers, setting off more alarms. Some 80 offices were potentially compromised.
Most lawmakers fired the alleged “ringleader” — longtime IT staffer Imran Awan — in February. But Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former Democratic National Committee chief, kept Awan on her payroll until his arrest last month on seemingly unrelated charges of defrauding the congressional credit union.
Among the congresscritters who employed them are former Chairmoonbat of the Democratic National Committee Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL); Joaquin Castro (D-TX) of the intelligence and foreign affairs panels; Cedric Richmond (D-LA) of the committee on homeland security; André Carson (D-IN), who Nancy Pelosi wants to remind you is a Muslim and who is a member of the intelligence committee; Jackie Speier (D-CA), who is also on the intelligence committee; Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who served on House committees addressing the armed services, oversight, and Benghazi before graduating to the Senate; and Lois Frankel (D-FL) of the foreign affairs committee. Apparently no Republicans employed them, although this is unclear.