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Wasserman-Schultz IT Aide Subscribes to Known Pedo Channel

Updated on August 3, 2017
Wasserman-Schultz and Awan
Wasserman-Schultz and Awan

The IT assistant to Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, a 38-year-old man, has been found by Internet researchers to subscribe to a Youtube channel in which the stars are scantily-clad girls whose ages range from 13 to 15, which is alleged to be a favorite for pedophiles. The auditions for the channel even include a warning to parents and children not to fall for fake channels emulating it, apparently for fear they could be fronts for pedophiles fishing for direct contact with minors.

Although for the most part innocuous in content, the Youtube channel is said to represent a new front in the combating of pedophilia, in which males of inappropriate age constitute a huge viewing audience of what would normally be a child's show.

Imran Awan, the former staffer for Wasserman-Schultz who is embroiled in investigations over destroyed hard-drives belonging to the DNC and Wasserman-Schultz, was recently arrested on charges of bank fraud. After Imran Awan inadvertently caught wind of a criminal probe of he and his brothers, he suddenly moved out of his home in Loren, VA, leaving behind destroyed computer equipment including smashed hard drives. The FBI then seized the equipment, which Awan and Wasserman-Schultz have been trying to get back ever since.

Capitol Police have also seized computer equipment tied to Wasserman-Schultz, who seemed to threaten Capitol Police with "consequences" during a recent congressional hearing on Awan if it was not returned to her (video below.)


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