How does the FBI allow a hacking suspect in the House IT case to leave the United States? That is just what the FBI did to Hina Alvi, the wife of accused hacker and fraudster, Imran Awan. There was unauthorized access to computers and files within the House of Representatives IT system and national security has to be involved. As you read through this article you will begin to see that the FBI or the DOJ or both seem to be low keying this investigation. Get the full story here.
As Written and Reported By Luke Rosiak for the Daily Caller:
- FBI agents apprehended Hina Alvi at an airport in 2017
- She was suspected of hacking Congress and is the wife of Imran Awan
- Awan and his family members allegedly logged into servers of congressmen for whom they did not work
In March 2017, FBI agents were tailing House of Representatives IT aides suspected of hacking Congress, and apprehended one at the airport trying to make a hasty exit to Pakistan. She refused to speak with them, and a search revealed that she was carrying an apparently illegal amount of cash.
The FBI allowed Hina Alvi, wife of Imran Awan, to board the plane anyway — then filed paperwork saying agents believed she had no intention of returning to the U.S.take our poll - story continues below
For nearly a year since, the case has lingered despite the House Office of Inspector General (OIG) determining that the family of Pakistanis made “unauthorized access” to Congress’s data shortly before the election.
Following revelations about the FBI’s actions in the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server and Department of Justice officials’ handling of the Trump dossier, attention has turned to the agencies’ apparently lax attitude toward the congressional cyber breach case as perhaps the most jarring failure to enforce laws in cases that overlap politics…..
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