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Report: Imran Awan Still Has Access To The Congress Network Through A Secret Account

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Imran Awan, the beleaguered former IT aide accused of fraud and stealing confidential government information, reportedly still has access to the congressional computer network through an active, secret email account.

According to The Daily Caller, citing court documents and emails, Awan’s email account is fronted by credentials for Nathan Bennett, a House staffer who works for Democratic Rep. André Carson.

This email address, 123@mail.house.gov, was reportedly maintained even after Awan’s own address, imran.awan@mail.house.gov, was terminated due to a criminal investigation into his alleged misconduct as a House IT staffer for Democrats such as Debbie Wasserman Schultz and André Carson.

“Authorities apparently did not realize Awan has a second account that is not linked to his identity,” The Daily Caller reports. “While his main email address began rejecting mail after it was shut down, the 123 address was still accepting mail Tuesday.”

According to court records, multiple statements made in court related to the Awan case confirm that the 123@mail.house.gov account is his.

In one instance, a landlord mentioned that Awan gave him that address as a means of contact.

When asked about the 123 email address, Bennett reportedly told The Daily Caller he has no control over it.

“However this happened, it was not with my consent or control,” the outlet quotes him as stating.

“For the record, I do not, nor have I ever, had control of the 123@mail.house.gov email account or any other account connected with Imran Awan or his family.”

The House’s chief administrative officer reportedly count not confirm or deny this fact as it pertains to an ongoing investigation. In light of that, as The Daily Caller puts it, “Bennett’s response raises questions about whether Awan was misusing Carson’s office, access or staffers.”

According to The Sun-Sentinel, Imran Awan and his wife Hina – who, along with several other family members, was a part of Imran’s IT team – have been indicted on four charges, including bank fraud and engaging in unlawful monetary transactions.

More charges may follow as Awan stands accused of a whole host of wrongful behavior, including the transfer of confidential information overseas.

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BREAKING: Man Arrested After Travelling To White House To “Kill All White Cops”

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The Secret Service has reportedly arrested a man believed to have travelled to the White House from Dallas, Texas intending to “kill all white police” at the Presidential residence.

According to screenshots shared by leading journalist Mike Cernovich, the man made his vow via Facebook.

He also apparently used to app to “check in” at the White House earlier today.

The Washington Times, meanwhile, quotes a Secret Service statement as informing the public that they had been on the lookout for Michael Arega after receiving a warning from the Montgomery County, Maryland police department.

Arega was reportedly promptly detained in Washington, D.C. without incident.

Arega’s Facebook profile currently lists him as a Quality Control Inspector at Alpha Testing, Inc.

Also shared to Arega’s profile is a post from a page called “Unapologetically Black” that features the late Fidel Castro posing with brutal dictator Robert Mugabe.

Another post provides a possible look at Arega himself.

This is a developing story. Please stay tuned to Cernovich.com for more details.

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Vice, Newsweek Silent After Journalist Accused Of Robbing, Injuring A Woman At Cernovich Event

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Vice, Newsweek and The Guardian remain silent after a journalist claiming to work for the media outlets was accused of robbing a woman and injuring her in the process outside Mike Cernovich’s Columbia University event in New York on Monday evening.

As New York Daily News reports, police arrested 30-year-old Arvind Dilawar – who now faces robbery and possession of stolen property charges – outside the event after he allegedly ripped a cellphone out of a 34-year-old woman’s hands and ran off.

As Mike Cernovich reported earlier today via Twitter, that woman is believed to be a journalist who was covering the protest outside Mike Cernovich’s event.

As of earlier this afternoon, Dilawar’s website – which is currently password protected – lists him as a writer for The Guardian, Vice and Newsweek.

Those outlets have not responded to requests for comment from Cernovich Media related to the incident.

Specifically, Cernovich Media wanted to know how those outlets were handling the serious allegations aimed at Dilawar. The writer himself has also not responded to a request from Cernovich Media for comment.

The circumstances surrounding Dilawar’s alleged theft remain unclear but an account from at least one other journalist covering last night’s protest outside Columbia University indicates that alt-leftists were less than welcoming towards journalists.

The hostility appears to have been rooted in a fear of having their faces exposed to the public – probably not an unfounded fear considering the infamous tale of one Eric Clanton.

Despite attempts by the alt-left to disrupt Mike Cernovich’s event at Columbia yesterday, the Gorilla Mindset author’s speech went more or less smoothly. Catch the full speech below.

 

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Trump Agrees To Release Hidden JFK Files: MSM Was Wrong Again.

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I have a question. Are the American people entitled to a more transparent version of history? After all, historical events play a massive roll in establishing future political outcomes, sentiment, and direction. So by that accord wouldn’t more information be better than less, in regards to making more informed decisions? Are the American people entitled to know the truth when it comes to their own country’s history?

This question is certainly applicable to the current political questions being raised about the release of a potential trove of government documents on the JFK assassination. Will we be left with more questions than answers regarding the events that took place on that fateful day in Dallas on November 22nd, 1963? Well, Trump set the speculation to rest when he posted this tweet earlier today.

The MSM’s spin on the topic has been quite visible. Articles filled with wild speculations and anti-Trump rhetoric began circulating around the web. Some saying that if President Trump agreed to let the files become public that pandemonium would ensue. Other articles claiming that it would refuel “conspiracy theorists.”

According to Newsweek, “More than 3,000 never-before-seen documents from the FBI, CIA, and Justice Department are set to be released, along with 30,000 that have only been partially released in the past.

The document dump “will simply fuel a new generation of conspiracy theories,” write Philip Shenon and Larry J. Sabato.” Newsweek continued, “The Archives will release the documents between now and the Oct. 26 deadline, but doing so could be chaotic.”

One wildly popular media personality seemed to call Trump’s decision before it had been formally announced. Alex Jones of Infowars.com was ont of the few to seem confident about the release of the documents as was evident in this tweet.

Politico reported, “Trump, no stranger to conspiracy theories, including totally unsubstantiated theories about a link between Ted Cruz’s father and JFK’s death.” They continued, “s it stands now, the document release this month will be a logistical nightmare, with the public suddenly flooded with a huge online library of documents—tens of thousands in total—that will be, at first, mostly incomprehensible even to experienced students of the assassination.”

Politico also writes, “With everything made public at once, pandemonium is all but guaranteed, since major news organizations around the world will want to know, almost instantly, what is in the documents that is new and potentially important. And there will simply be no way for historians and other researchers, even those with a special knowledge of the Kennedy assassination, to make any authoritative judgment as they try to page through tens of thousands of pages of files all at once.”

So amid the debate on whether or not these documents should be released, we have to ask ourselves, who benefits? Why does the MSM seem to be so slanted on this topic? Would the American people benefit from learning the truth about the JFK assassination? Is the truth something that unites the American people? Draw your own conclusion but I am of the opinion that not only are we owed the truth, we deserve it.

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Newsweek

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