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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich called on the House of Representatives Inspector General Mike Ptasienski to release information regarding Imran Awan, the former employee for Debbie Wasserman Schultz who participated in illegal activities while working IT for the Representative.
He isn’t trying to nail Awan, who made a plea deal, Schultz, or anyone else in Congress. The reason he wants the documents released is to demonstrate that the investigation by the FBI was completely insufficient. He said they interviewed 40 people. That number, to Gingrich, is very low considering the scope of the charges against Awan and his associated over a 13-year period.
“Conducting investigative interviews in this manner suggests that the FBI investigators merely wanted to be able to say that they contacted witnesses and raises significant questions as to whether these interviews were actually conducted in good faith,” Gingrich wrote on Facebook.
I’m not a lawyer or law enforcement officer, but everything listed in Gingrich’s post makes me believe he is correct.
“The sheer scale and size of the alleged criminal activity, the potential damage it could have caused, and the continual threats it potentially poses for the United States, raises significant questions that every American deserves to have answered.”
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