Pakistanis Had Full Access To Congress Members’ Files, Emails
Pakistanis had full access to Congress members’ files, emails
Five Pakistanis who handled tech services for Democratic Congress members had full access to the lawmakers’ correspondence, emails and confidential files, and there was almost no tracking of what they did, a former House technology worker told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Imran Awan, regarded as the ringleader, was named with his two brothers and two other relatives as the subjects of a criminal investigation Feb. 2 alleging illegal access and the theft of information, including “sensitive” information.
“They had access to everything. Correspondence, emails, confidential files – if it was stored on the member system, they had access to it,” a …