posted on Dec, 12 2017 @ 04:25 PM
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Dfairlite
I don't know without knowing where to look. The Wiki only said she was presiding over that case in the summer.
He has been indicted on a number of charges in September, and plead not guilty, I'm not sure if anything more has happened, so you have to presume
that the investigation is not complete. Alvi was allowed out of the country..(I think)
More on this,
It seems that there was a move on to have both Awan and Alvi given immunity in return for information in what seems to becoming a spy case, if that is
in connection into Fusion's info gathering methods in any way, but more importantly if information was going out of goverment circles, and not by
those two who may be seen as the messengers, but who were given goverment information by others, and that Fusion was/may be in possession of at some
stage. The nicking of new parts for computers etc, and doubling up on invoices whatever, seems not to be the big thing at all.
It looks to me that somewhere in that Steele Dossier, there is accurate information that should never got to the like of Fusion, and that some of that
information was known about for some time past....that could only mean anything that was prior Steele starting his information gathering. So if
historic intel is involved, the Judge may be in review mode for a long time until some clearer picture emerges.
House representatives it seems do their own vetting,
"Rep. Gerry Connolly said, “There’s no central system for vetting staff and over the years it’s by and large mostly worked well.”
Democrats work the same way, Awan and Alvi were IT staffers for different parties.
edit on 12-12-2017 by smurfy because: Text.