New information comes to light in Wasserman Schultz investigation


Congress has announced it will be continuing its probe into the scandals surrounding Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Her alleged crime was stealing multiple pieces of computer equipment from several lawmakers’ offices. 

The Investigation began with the arrest of Imran Awan, who worked for Wasserman Schultz, who was charged with bank fraud, he was attempting to flee the country. 

It is reported he wired $300,000 to his country of Pakistan. Many leading members of Congress have grown frustrated at the pace which the investigation is moving. Congress has decided to conduct their person and private investigation into this major scandal. Multiple sources have said congressional committees are moving to start their investigation. 

The investigation includes a testimony from Wasserman Schultz, who has also been accused of stonewalling the investigation. More information comes out of IT staffers’ collection of classified and privileged information, that later became public. 

Representative Ron DeSantis, a republican from Florida, a member of the House Oversight Committee and the chair of its National Security Subcommittee, requested a briefing from the Capitol Police. 

The request was put in on Tuesday, DeSantis has been quoted as saying, “One of the all-time congressional scandals in the last 30 years.” "I'm pushing very hard to get a full briefing from Capitol Police as soon as possible,"

"There's clearly criminal elements to this and I think there will be more going on. There's probably going to be ethics issues on why these [taxpayer] funds were spent that [Wasserman Schultz] and others will have to deal with." DeSantis said.

Facts from this case that have been put out by that include, between 2009 and 2016 more than a dozen House Democrats have paid Imran Awan and his family than $4 million dollars for House IT services. 

Wasserman Schultz fought investigators in examining the equipment recovered during the investigation. She later threatened the Capitol Police with consequences if they did not return equipment gathered during the course of the investigation. Despite being told by authorities the nature of the accusations surrounding Awan being banned from the House IT network, Wasserman Schultz kept him on her staff.



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Political Outsource | Reporting The News Others Won't: New information comes to light in Wasserman Schultz investigation
New information comes to light in Wasserman Schultz investigation
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