The ongoing investigation into the bizarre case of Democratic congressional aide, Imran Awan, has turned up a few more far-fetched ‘facts.’ Investigative reporter, Luke Rosiak, who has been on top of this story from the start, joined Dana Loesch on “Dana” to give us the scoop.
What’s the latest?
Democrates have explained away the unauthorized funneling of massive amounts of sensitive data as, “just storing and then re-downloading homework assignments for Imran Awan’s elementary-school aged kids and family pictures.”
Imran Awan is the Pakistani-born, former IT staffer to Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Awan was arrested in July as he attempted to flee the country. The now-indicted Awan and several family members are charged with multiple violations including bank fraud. Learn more here.
What we know
- Awan and his associates accessed a House server 5,400 times without authorization.
- They funneled “terabytes” of data off the congressional network.
- Democrats told The Washington Post that the data was accessed for “homework.”
Put into context…
“A terabyte is a million megabytes … Awan’s three children are in elementary school or younger. A book report in Word document format could clock in at under a megabyte, even if it were 100 pages long. To fill a terabyte with family photos, a person would need 250,000 photos.”
Watch the video clip above to learn more.