[Update 5/22: Spy Imran Awan's Wife has Fled to Pakistan]
A U.S. Marine rented house from a man calling himself "Alex" who turns out to be the spy Imran Awan. The rental contract names Awan's wife Hina Alvi. She may still be in the country since the Marine said her van has been moved at the end of the street. A different renter in Virginia says they saw Imran Awan two weeks ago. He may be hiding behind other aliases besides "Alex." Awans own twelve houses in Virginia alone.
|Imran Awan and wife Hina Alvi|
Suspected of stealing computer hardware and data from Congress, the Awan brothers left four government-issued laptops and servers, pried-open hard drives, and three or four ( not 20) Blackberries in the Marine's home. The Marine said Awan at first claimed no ownership of the items. One theory is that Awan left the server running at the house to continue amassing intelligence from Congress.
Recall that FBI claimed not to recover all Hillary's infamous mobile devices.
|Possible accomplice with Imran Awan|
|Marine Andre Taggart at Awan House|
FBI, NCIS as well as Capitol Police have contacted the renting Marine. FBI has the computers and devices. No law enforcement has made any public report on the Awan crimes.
Police notified top Democrats on Feb. 2 that their Awan employees are suspected of espionage. Affected members of Congress have aided a cover-up of the crimes on the pretense that the investigation is "Islamophobia" despite criminal complaints against Awans by their Muslim relatives.
[UPDATE: Taggart may be a decoy for a Navy Intelligence smuggling ring: "The hard drives and blackberries could have been a stand by alibi in case investigation got too close. Just hand them over, say they were Imran's and hey presto, the investigation stops there and focuses on Awans. Awans thrown under the bus, Navy in the clear. Nobody looks any further. Hard drives if read just have some information relating to mundane but sensitive stuff, nothing classified. Real ones gone" ~ Graham95]
|Another Taggart photo for the ladies|
George Webb breaks the story