OOPS: FBI Gathers Evidence Off Wasserman Schultz Smashed Hard-Drives
The saga of the Awan brothers keeps twisting and turning.
The Muslims spies who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars while working for Democrats tried to outsmart the FBI.
When we first brought you the story of the three Awan brothers, it was mind-boggling. These guys were collecting salaries from several democrat offices for IT services. In fact, the story broke in early February, when the brothers were caught stealing computers from the democrats. The brothers also collected data and over-billed for their services. Furthermore, they stole $100,000 from an Iraqi politician.
Recently, Debbie Wasserman Schultz came under fire for her role in this saga. Awan was still on her payroll, despite months of investigation into his terrorist activities. Here at The Black Sphere, we’ve speculated that Democrats were actually blackmailed by the Awan brothers.
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Why else would she continue to employ obvious threats to national security? It doesn’t add up.
The Smashed Drives
The ringleader of the group, Imran Awan, thought he could destroy evidence against him by simply smashing hard-drives. So, he took out his hammer and went to town. Unfortunately, his efforts were an epic fail, as piecing together the actual memory isn’t that hard to do.
Thus, computer scientists can easily recover the data. The Daily Caller reports:
Somebody must have thought they were hiding something by smashing those computer hard-drives the FBI recovered from the home of Imran Awan, Florida Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s former information technology (IT) aide.
But odds are excellent they were wrong. Federal law enforcement authorities may have already recovered and read whatever was on those hard drives.
“It depends on what happens, but even if it is hit with a hammer, it probably doesn’t damage the platters that actually hold the data, which remains recoverable,” said Tom Hakim, engineering supervisor for werecoverdata.com, a New York-based lab that specializes in difficult digital retrieval.
“In most cases, it’s very likely” the information on a smashed hard drive can be recovered “in two or three days, maybe a week,” Hakim said.
His lab, which does extensive work for law enforcement and Fortune 500 corporations, has also recovered data from disks that were in fires and that had been submerged in water.
TGP also previously reported that former Chairman of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatened the chief of the U.S. Capitol Police with ‘consequences’ for holding equipment that she says belongs to her in order to build a criminal case against a Pakistani IT staffer suspected of massive cyber-security breaches.
Further, we know that Imran Awan possessed the password to DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Shultz’s iPad when DNC emails were leaked to Wikileaks.
Nothing about this story jives.
Awan wired $300,000 to Pakistan and tried to board a plane out of the US. Luckily, the Feds caught up to him before he escaped. Now, the evidence he tried to destroy will land him in a Federal prison.
It’s still unclear just how deep these scams run. Awan’s been funding terrorism with money from taxpayers by way of the Democratic Party, and Wasserman Schultz turned a blind eye. Frankly, many believe she did so knowingly.
What WikiLeaks proved of the Democrats is they have no morals. There is no depth to which they will not sink, particularly when their backs are against the wall.