On April 6, 2017 Capitol Hill police in Washington, D.C. located a laptop and other documents in a small room, used as a phone booth, on the second floor of the Rayburn House Office Building, reports Doug Ross @ Journal.
The find included: a Pakistani ID card with the name Mohommed Ashraf Awan, a copy – not original – of a driver’s license with name Imran Awan, a copy (front and back) of his congressional ID, an Apple laptop with the homescreen initials ‘RepDWS’, composition notebooks with notes handwritten saying ‘attorney client privilege’ and possibly discussing case details below, loose letters addressed to US Attorney of DC discussing the apparent owner of the bag being investigated.
The name Awan should immediately pique the interest anyone even half aware of what is going on in the nation’s capital.
Imran, his brothers and spouse have been accused of hacking into DNC email accounts and those of around thirty Congressional Democrats. Theories abound that the Awan’s were the source of Hillary’s emails, and not Russia as Wikileaks claims, as well as blackmailing politicians.
The finding of the laptop, which seems to belong to Debbie Wasserman Schultz (RepDWS), has Schultz very, very nervous.
A month after the laptop turned up, Schultz confronted the Capitol Hill Police Chief during a public hearing, demanding the return of the computer because it was hers and she was not charged with anything. The Chief refused and Schultz reverted to a typical fascist Lefty by promising “consequences” for the law enforcement head.
Schultz later recanted ownership of the laptop, saying she has never seen it and has no idea what is on it. Her professed innocence is highly questionable, seeing as she has hired an outside counsel to defend her.
How the laptop came to be in such a remote and barely used room is suspicious. Doug Ross writes, “The circumstances of the laptop’s appearance described in the police report suggest Wasserman Schultz was trying to keep the police from reviewing a laptop that Awan himself may have wanted them to find. The former phone booth room where police found the items is small, and there was no obvious reason to enter it.”
The Awan case continues to unravel and raises more questions than it answers.