FISHY: Democrat IT Staffer Reportedly Strikes Plea Deal With Prosecutors After Multiple Delays

Remember that Democrat IT staffer who was arrested that the media never reports about? He was busted after working for Debbie Wasserman Schultz. He has apparently worked out a deal with prosecutors after the case was repeatedly delayed.

The Epoch Times reports:

Court Case Against Former House IT Aide Delayed Again

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The federal court case against Imran Awan, a former information technology (IT) administrator who worked for dozens of House Democrats, was delayed again on Tuesday to July 6.

This is the 7th time the court hearing has been postponed since November last year. Awan and his wife, Hina Alvi, have been charged with bank fraud.

Many of the delays appear to be related to a laptop that Awan left in a decommissioned phone booth in a House building in April last year.

The laptop, which had the username “RepDWS,” was accompanied by several copies of ID cards belonging to Awan and a letter he wrote to prosecutors.

Awan had been employed by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.)—whose initials (RepDWS) were on the laptop—since 2005.

After the laptop was found by Capitol Police, Wasserman Schultz attempted for months to have the laptop returned to her, including hiring an outside lawyer to prevent prosecutors from looking at it.

During a May 18 hearing, Wasserman Schultz told the Capitol Police chief there would be “consequences” if the laptop was not returned to her.

This is far from over and when all is said and done, Wasserman Schultz may find herself in need of a lawyer.

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