Senate Judiciary Committee Requests Immigration Files on Pakistani IT Staffers

Cristina Laila
Gateway Pundit

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman, Chuck Grassley (R-IA) requested copies of immigration files for the 6 Pakistani IT staffers who stole equipment from Congress and accessed computers unauthorized.

What exactly was the immigration status for these 6 Pakistani IT staffers? Did they receive special treatment from Obama’s cronies?

The Daily Caller reports:

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has requested copies of immigration files for the six Pakistani suspects in the House IT scandal, who allegedly stole equipment from Congress and accessed computers without permission.

Grassley is seeking more information on Imran Awan, his wife, his two brothers and two of his close friends in connection to the scandal. Capitol police have accused Awan and his associates of violating congressional security policies and stealing equipment from Congress. Awan is from Pakistan, and was arrested by the FBI in July as he boarded a flight to the country.

“In light of the alleged illegal activity, the committee seeks to better understand Awan and his associates’ immigration histories,” Grassley said in an August 4 letter to Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Elaine Duke. The letter was made public by the committee Monday.

“Therefore, please provide the Alien File for the individuals listed below,” he continued. “Please also include any temporary files, working files, and all documents and items contained in them that were generated by DHS or in its possession.”

We know Imran Awan’s loyalty does not lie with the United States. As TGP previously reported, Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer revealed to Laura Ingraham, who filled in for Tucker Carlson recently, the Pakistani IT staffers were sending sensitive information to the Muslim Brotherhood. 

Imran Awan’s attorney released a statement after his recent arrest….

The attorney blamed Islamophobia, the ultra-right-wing and pizzagate for his client’s arrest.

The attorney goes on to say Imran and his wife were traveling to Pakistan because he was just fired.

They were both carrying $12,000 when they left the US. Imran was arrested before he could board his plane.

The Daily Caller also reported that the Pakistani IT staffers wired $283,000 from Congressional Federal Credit Union in a House office building to two people in Pakistan. Again, what was their immigration status?

Florida Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s right-hand information technology (IT) aide was arrested attempting to leave the country just a few hours after The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group revealed that he is the target of an FBI investigation.

The employees had wired $283,000 from the Congressional Federal Credit Union in a House office building to two individuals in Pakistan.

“On January 18, 2017 at 12:09 pm, an international wire transfer request form was submitted [at the Congressional Federal Credit Union] at the Longworth House Office Building in the District of Columbia, in the amount of $283,000.00, to two individuals in Faisalabad, Pakistan,” according to a 10-page affidavit obtained by TheDCNF.


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