Imran Awan, the Pakistani IT worker suspected of hacking, spying and transferring classified information from DNC computers, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a loan/credit application. The plea agreement states that Awan will not be charged with any non-violent crimes that violated Federal or District of Columbia law.
Investigative journalist Luke Rosiak reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has failed to prosecute the Awan brothers from Pakistan and, instead, struck a plea bargain with Imran Awan and his wife on charges of bank fraud. Rosiak argues that this allowed the government to avoid charging them with more serious crimes of spying against members of Congress. The Inspector General found over 5,700 logins by the five Awan associates on a single server within the House, but no one in government seems interested.