Seth Rich may have been with disgraced Pakistani Democratic IT staffer Imran Awan the night of his murder.
The former IT staffer for Debbie Wasserman Schultz who was recently arrested trying to flee the country was with Seth Rich the night he was murdered, according to long-time Trump ally Roger Stone.
Despite the mainstream media refusing to even acknowledge the possibility that Rich was murdered in connection to leaks, numerous credible sources have documented a series of questions surrounding his murder and the possibility that it was connected to his work for the Democratic National Committee.
Just days ago, private investigation Rod Wheeler implied in a Tweet that there was a connection between Imran Awan and Seth Rich and now Trump confidante Roger Stone has revealed that he too believes in the connection. Roger Stone claims that Imran Awan, Florida Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s information technology (IT) administrator, was with Seth Rich before he was murdered.
“FACT – Wasserman-Schulz “IT consultant” Awan was partying with Seth Rich the night of his murder ! Eat it @TheAtlantic !” Stone tweeted.
FACT – Wasserman-Schulz “IT consultant” Awan was partying with Seth Rich the night of his murder ! Eat it @TheAtlantic !
— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) August 1, 2017
Another important fact about the case is that so far, Wasserman Schultz is still withholding evidence from Capital Police that could help them solve the Awan case. Remember Schultz was also said to have attended a vigil for Rich shortly after his murder.
Former DNC chairwoman and close Hillary Clinton ally Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is still blocking access to a computer seized as part of a massive cybersecurity investigation despite the fact that the target of the investigation was just arrested by the FBI as he attempted to flee the country.
Imran Awan was arrested at Dulles International Airport in Virginia after he used a House office building to wire $283,000 from the Congressional Federal Credit Union to two individuals in Pakistan. Amazingly, not only did credit union officials allow the wire to go through despite the active investigation, U.S. Customer and Border Protection also let his wife flee to Pakistan in March despite the fact that she had $12,000 in cash hidden in her suitcase.
He and his younger brothers Abid and Jamal, his wife Hina Alvi and his best friend Rao Abbas are criminal suspects in a federal investigation first made public in February into abuse of the congressional IT servers, including the possible transfer of data, emails and files from the offices of dozens of House Democrats.
Imran had worked for Wasserman Schultz — who resigned in July 2016 as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee after its IT system was hacked — since 2005. His relatives and friend had also worked on and off as IT aides, being paid collectively more than $4 million from 2009 to 2016.
All five of the suspects lost access to the congressional IT system in February, and all of them were kept on payrolls except Hina who left the country in March. Wasserman Schultz only fired Imran the day after his arrest and appeared prepared to keep paying him in Pakistan had he not been arrested.