Lead Investigator's STUNNING Admission in Growing Dem Scandal

  • 2018-07-03
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
Lead Investigator's STUNNING Admission in Growing Dem Scandal
A recently unearthed memo marked "URGENT" detailed how the House Democratic Caucus' server "vanished" shortly after becoming evidence in a cybersecurity probe. The secret memo also revealed that "40 House offices may have been victims of IT security violations."

Luke Rosiak, of The Daily Caller, reports:

In the memo, Congress’s top law enforcement official, Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Irving, along with Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko, wrote, “We have concluded that the employees [Democratic systems administrator Imran Awan and his family] are an ongoing and serious risk to the House of Representatives, possibly threatening the integrity of our information systems and thereby members’ capacity to serve constituents.”

The memo, addressed to the Committee on House Administration (CHA) and dated Feb. 3, 2017, was recently reviewed and transcribed by The Daily Caller News Foundation. The letter bolsters TheDCNF’s previous reporting about the missing server and evidence of fraud on Capitol Hill.

It details how the caucus server, run by then-caucus Chairman Rep. Xavier Becerra, was secretly copied by authorities after the House Inspector General (IG) identified suspicious activity on it, but the Awans’ physical access was not blocked.

But after, the report reads, the server appears to have been secretly replaced with one that looked similar.

Multiple sources have corroborated that after the inspector general's office ID'd the House Democratic Caucus server as key evidence in a criminal probe, it was stolen.
 Source: AAN
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