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Bombshell: Democrat aide suspected of laundering money to support terrorism

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Bombshell: Democrat aide suspected of laundering money to support terrorism

Post  Admin on Sat 23 Dec 2017, 12:20 am

Bombshell: Democrat aide suspected of laundering money to support terrorism
December 21, 2017
Bombshell: Democrat aide suspected of laundering money to support terrorism
Matthew J. Cotter / CCL
Several months ago, a former staffer of Rep. Debbie Wassermann-Schultz (D-FL) was exposed as having stolen computer hardware from House Democrats and sending intelligence to foreign groups. Imran Awan, a Pakistani national, was arrested in July pending charges of bank fraud as well, after allegedly misrepresenting himself on a loan for a rental property and then sending the proceeds to two people in Pakistan.

Now, new information has been revealed showing that Awan may have been doing far more to help aid terrorists than previously believed. A new report alleges that Imran Awan was also using a car dealership in the United States to launder money for terrorist groups.

The Allegations
Awan’s car dealership was called CIA, or Cars International A, and according to the report at Daily Caller, had fake employees listed on its Facebook page.

One employee listed had the name “James Falls O’Brien,” with a photo taken from a hairstyle model catalog. Another “employee” named “Jade Julia” sported a photo from a wallpaper site featuring beautiful women.

Nasir Khattak, who ran a car dealership across the street named AAA Motors, testified in a lawsuit that if a customer visited CIA to purchase a car, Awan would go to AAA Motors and purchase the car. Khattak went on:

There was no documentation… If you go and try to dissect, you will not be able to make any sense out of them because there were many, dozens and dozens, of cars transferred between the two dealerships and between other people.

According to AAA Motors’ leader, only Awan knew where all of the money went – by some accounts, over $7 million disappeared between the dealership, congressional pay, and hardware stolen from Congress.

All of these laundering activities come on the heels of a POLITICO investigation showing that Hezbollah used car dealerships in the U.S. to fund their terrorist activities and launder money.

This investigation led to questions about how a Democrat congressional staffer managed to have such high-level access while allegedly taking part in these schemes.

Ties to Hezbollah
According to a private investigator who served as a group supervisor for a federal public corruption unit in Miami, Awan was “probably operating a foreign intelligence gathering group on U.S. soil.”

In 2010, Awan’s dealership received a $100,000 loan from a minister in the Iraqi government who is currently a wanted fugitive in the United States.

Shortly after making the loan, the minister was seen by CIA assets in Beirut “conversing” with an official from Hezbollah.

There are no new charges against Awan as of yet, but the U.S. government is still investigating.

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