The filing did not contain details about the terms of the obvious agreement. But in court documents last month, prosecutors hinted that a deal could be in progress. “A plea is taking place in court,” Gowen said in an email to Fox News. “There is no plea outside of court. We believe that by July 3, we will either make a plea or we will judge the case. The government interviewed 40 witnesses, detained the House`s Democratic caucus server and other devices, verified electronic communications between domestic workers, and interviewed Awan during several voluntary interviews, the plea said. As part of a deal with prosecutors, Imran Awan pleaded guilty to a relatively minor offense that had nothing to do with his work on Capitol Hill: a false statement about a bank loan application. U.S. prosecutors said they would not recommend jail.
Over the past two years, numerous stories of conservative publications indicated that Awan, Alvi and other family members who worked with his COMPUTER company were involved in a large number of potentially illegal activities. But never have such charges been filed against him or his family members, the Justice Department acknowledged in the pleading agreement. The plea stated that the government had “conducted a thorough investigation into these allegations. Including the questioning of about forty witnesses. “The government has found no evidence that your client violated federal laws regarding the home`s computer systems,” including theft of devices or illegal access to or transfer of information, prosecutors wrote in an 11-side plea Tuesday and signed the contract. In the oral argument, federal lawyers revealed conspiracy theories about the case that were circulating online. They said the government had questioned about forty witnesses, examined the House`s Democratic caucus server and other data and devices, verified electronic communications, and interviewed Mr. Awan on numerous occasions. They found no evidence that Mr.
Awan committed illegal behavior with computer systems in the house. Prosecutors at the U.S. Attorney`s Office for the District of Columbia mentioned Trump or any media publication in the agreement does not mention by name. . . .