Lawyers for Imran Awan, an ex-aide who ran information technology (IT) for Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, “feel very strongly” that data recovered from a hard drive on Capitol Hill should not be valid as evidence because he put a note that said “attorney client privilege” near it before leaving it in a phone booth, they said in federal court Friday. A police report shows that the backpack contained a laptop with the username “RepDWS,” copy of Imran Awan’s ID, and the notebook.
Here they go — whining, complaining and appealing to the kuffar’s compassionate nature to slither out of their egregious betrayal and crimes. The idea that this Islamic supremacist traitor is requesting GPS removal is an outrage. He tried to flee to Pakistan with 300K. He should be held in prison without bail.
Her local paper called her “defiant” in the interview, saying she kept Imran — who had access to all of her congressional emails as well as her personal iPad password — on staff even after police told her he was the target of a criminal investigation into cybersecurity issues because “you have to stand up for what’s right.”
“I would do it again,” she said, saying she had “racial and ethnic profiling concerns.”