Saturday 15 February 2020

DEEP STATE JUSTICE: Same DOJ Prosecutor Who Let Andrew McCabe Walk Gave a Sweetheart Deal to Imran Awan

The Department of Justice on Friday announced it has dropped its criminal investigation of Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

His lawyers made the announcement on Friday morning.

McCabe’s attorneys also said the case was closed.
Andrew McCabe leaked confidential investigation details and information to the media to “advance his personal interests” then lied about it to the Inspector General.
The Inspector General released a scathing report on McCabe in April 2018 stating he “lacked candor” following his illegal media leaks.
But on Friday J.P. Cooney the Chief Fraud and Public Corruption Section of the DOJ sent word to McCabe’s lawyers that Andrew McCabe will not face any punishment for his criminal acts.

And, as pointed out by Robert Barnes earlier today, J.P. Cooney, who signed today’s letter, is the same DOJ prosecutor that let Imran Awan walk free.

In July 2018, criminal Pakistani IT worker, Imran Awan pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a loan/credit application.

The Feds subsequently shut down everything else related to the Pakistani House IT scandal.
In a hearing in August 2018, Tanya Chutkan, an Obama-appointed federal judge, gave Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Pakistani IT staffer Imran Awan no jail time because he had already “suffered enough.” Awan only served 3 months of supervised release.
Imran Awan’s lawyer Chris Gowan, who is a former aide to Hillary Clinton, trashed president Trump and other Republicans in a letter after the case was closed.

The Pakistani spy ring that infiltrated the House Dems was one of the biggest scandals in US history, yet here was another egregious breach of security that went  unpunished, because Democrats were involved.
As previously reported, Debbie Wasserman Schultz employed Pakistani IT staffers and brothers who were paid over $4 million dollars over the course of their employment even though they were accused of a cyber-security breach.
DOJ Prosecutor J.P. Cooney was the government official who made this odd plea deal.

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