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FBI : "Massive Scandal" - Awans May Have Compromised Sensitive Data to Foreign Intelligence

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posted on Aug, 22 2017 @ 07:58 PM
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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.
This made me Lol'd, come on down to Texas and have a Coors Light with me




posted on Aug, 22 2017 @ 07:58 PM
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Former U.S. Attorney On Awan Indictment: "There Is Something Very Strange Going On Here"


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We must also ask, again: Why did the FBI allow Alvi to flee? Before she boarded her March 5 flight to Qatar (en route to Pakistan), agents briefly detained her. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents had already searched her baggage and found $12,400 in cash. As I have pointed out, it is a felony to move more than $10,000 in U.S. currency out of the country unless one completes the required government report (see sections 5316 and 5322 of Title 31, U.S. Code). There was no indication that she did so in the complaint affidavit submitted to the court when Awan was arrested last month (see FBI complaint affidavit, pages 8–9).



By the time Alvi fled, the Awans had been under investigation by various federal agencies for at least three months. The FBI was sufficiently attuned to the Awans’ criminality that its agents went to the trouble of chasing Alvi to the airport. If she didn’t fill out the required form, she should have been arrested for the currency violation. Is it possible that, rather than arresting her, federal agents instructed her to complete the form on the spot? One would hope not, but even in such an unlikely event, Alvi would undoubtedly have made false statements about the provenance of the cash. That would also have been a felony, providing more grounds for her arrest. Why let her go, especially when, as its agent told the court in the aforementioned affidavit, the FBI “does not believe that ALVI has any intention to return to the United States”? "

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