Wife Of Indicted IT Staffer Imran Awan Turns: "My Husband Committed Fraud Along With Polygamy"

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Much of what you thought you knew about the events leading up to the arrest of Debbie Wasserman Schultz's former, and now indicted, IT staffer Imran Awan just got upended by a new revelation from the Daily Caller which reported that his wife, Hina Alvi, filed a lawsuit against her husband in Pakistan accusing him of fraud.  If true, of course, this would raise questions of whether Alvi might seek, or already has, an immunity deal with the FBI in return for additional evidence and/or testimony related to her husband's misdeeds.

As you may recall, Alvi reportedly fled the U.S. to Pakistan back in March and was temporarily detained by U.S. Customs officials when they discovered $12,000 in unreported cash in her luggage.  While moving that amount of cash is technically a felony, Alvi to was ultimately allowed to leave the country, presumably to never return.

That said, Alvi stirred rumors that she may have 'flipped' last month when she struck a deal with the FBI to return to the U.S. to appear at an arraignment...rumors that have seemingly now been confirmed by the Daily Caller.

The indicted husband-and-wife team of former IT aides to Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz sat directly across from each other at the defendants’ table in federal court Friday in Washington, D.C., but refused to look at each other.


Even as they are co-defendants in a U.S. case, Imran Awan’s own wife, Hina Alvi, has become the latest person to accuse him of fraud, filing papers against him in Pakistani court on Sept. 13, records obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation show. Alvi said Awan “threatened the complainant of dire consequences, he also threatened to harm the lives of family of the complainant if she intervenes.”


Yet the couple entered and left the court separately, have different lawyers, and Awan’s lawyer told the judge that the husband and wife are staying “in a one-bedroom apartment and then also a house.” The Pakistani legal papers say they live in separate towns there, too.


“My husband Imran Awan son of Muhammad Ashraf Awan, committed fraud along with offence of polygamy,” she charges in the papers.


After TheDCNF sent Gowen a copy of a Pakistani news article mentioning the complaint and asked him for comment, Gowen said “your story is totally false” and “clearly part of your Trump agenda.” At TheDCNF’s request, Wajid Ali Syed, a correspondent for Pakistan’s Geo TV, then obtained Alvi’s filing in full from the Pakistani court, and it is posted below.

And here is Alvi's statement as filed along with her lawsuit in Pakistan:


Meanwhile, within the lawsuit, we also learn that Alvi apparently only learned of Awan's second marriage over the summer, a full two years after he was married in August 2015.

Respondent has contract a second marriage on 17-08-2015 with one Mst. Sumaira Shehzadi alias Sumaira Siddique… without obtaining prior permission. Rather he mentioned himself as bachelor in… marriage certificate, he falsely declared that he has no wife or biological children at the time of contracting second marriage. This act of the respondent was shocking for the complainant and she asked the respondent about his second marriage on which he became furious while admitting the same and said he has no need to obtain permission from the complainant.


He further said furiously that the complainant has no right or power to restrain him from second and even third marriage. Furthermore, the respondent threatened the complainant of dire consequences, he also threatened to harm the lives of family of the complainant if she intervenes into the affairs of the respondent.


The Pakistani legal motion filed by Alvi states: “A few months ago I got apprised of the fact that my husband has contracted second marriage secretly, fraudulently and without my consent with Mst. Sumaira Shehzadi Alias Sumaira Siddique Daughter of Muhammad Akram r/o Township, Lahore. The second marriage of my husband is illegal, unlawful and without justification.”

“The court has recorded the testimonies of the applicant and other witnesses,” the Pakistani news outlet ARY reported.

Of course, if the name Sumaira Siddique sounds familiar at all it's because she is the woman that the Daily Caller previously reported had filed charges against Awan for domestic abuse and keeping her locked up in the house "like a slave."

Last month, TheDCNF published police reports showing that two women who appeared to be in romantic relationships with Awan, but who were not Alvi, called the police on him in Virginia. One, Salam Chaudry, said she “just wanted to leave,” while the second was named Sumaira Siddique.


Criminal investigations involving Siddique and Awan in Virginia took place on Oct. 16, 2015 into assault, and Nov. 16, 2015 into telephone threats. Siddique called them again on July 18, 2016 and said he kept her there “like a slave.” Alvi’s lawsuit says he only married Siddique in August 2015.

So, what say you?  Just another meaningless twist in a truly bizarre case or is Imran about to learn the meaning to the saying "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned?"

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samsara's picture

Now I gotta be honest, I did Not see That coming

Ramesees's picture

Hope that lady has good security. Double-tap, rear-entry suicides are all the rage these days.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

It reads like a day time soap opera.

Only better!

Manthong's picture


I hope they are able to get that Polygamy guy who committed fraud with Awan.

..or is that Pak lawyer he referring to somebody named “offence” who comes from polygamy ??

I’m confused.


DelusionalGrandeur's picture

Y'all aren't confusing this guy with the good ol Warren Jeff's are ya? ????

Adullam's picture

Just remember ... with each wife comes another mother-in-law.

Luc X. Ifer's picture

Why fuck same aging cunt for a life when you can get a fresh one every time you need?!

bamawatson's picture

my old lady needs a fresh one; will amazon drone a nice fresh tight one for her ?

Muh Raf's picture

Polygamy is not a crime, it's a lifestyle choice. All parties know where they stand and it's a lot better than having a girlfriend or two on the side. My wives are much happier knowing what the situation is. Unfortunately these relationships recognised by Almighty God are not recognised in English law and so the courts here call my wives mistresses. How respectful of them. Can't wait until we're all resurrected, then we'll see who gets the last laugh.

PT's picture


Seriouly though, I think you'll find this guy fucked up by telling his second that she was his one and only.  Lying, fraud, misrepresentation, breach of contract ... all that kind of stuff.  Plus, I don't know what the law is in Pakistan.  Polygamy is a good idea if one sex greatly outnumbers the other.  If not, then you get what you deserve.

Muh Raf's picture

The guy's a coward. If he doesn't have the balls to tell his first wife what he's doing then he's a cuck.

skeptomist's picture

Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

 The bishop therefore must be without reproach, the husband of one wife, temperate, sober-minded, orderly, given to hospitality, apt to teach;

The Church is THE bride of Christ.


El Oregonian's picture

Foreign espionage inside congress. It looks to me that the pathway wass through the DNC and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Mistress number 4? George Webb is on this.

DelusionalGrandeur's picture

Yeah I watch his videos daily! He leaves nothing unturned for sure. I just don't see it amassing into much of anything unfortunately but in the least Mr. Webb documents everything for everyone to see.

otschelnik's picture

Right.  While all these picant details of Awan's personal life add spice to the soup, let's net got distracted.  The big piece of meat in the stew is access to the congressional network, DWS's secret server, possible money laundering by members of congress through fake IT purchases and money laundering.

Big Creek Rising's picture

There's gotta be a role for Bill Clinton in here somewhere, he's not too old to at least do some groping.

Lucretius's picture

This could only get better if some how this was the string that takes DWS, the hildbeast and Sick Willy all down TOGETHER!

Long popcorn.

HRClinton's picture

Polygamy worked just fine for Abraham, the Founder of the 1-God Ponzi.

Dju know that?

techpriest's picture

Actually, it kicked off a 4,000 year family feud that is still going today. It didn't work out well at all.

Adullam's picture

Not to mention some fairly serious issues while he was still alive.

techpriest's picture

Right up there with Solomon's hundreds of wives. The Bible says he never knew peace after that.

Also, read up some Chinese history and you'll see plenty more example's of the emperor's many wives killing each other in order to advance their status.

Muh Raf's picture

Read up on Chinese history yourself, they've been at feudal war for almost 2,000 years and then the commies came along and murdered another 70+ million just for being an 'intellectual'. The women did nothing in comparison. As for modern day China, you must have heard of the derogetary term "little 3" since you are such an expert. (It means the almost obligatory 3rd woman i.e. girlfriend of the communist party bigwigs).

mc888's picture

Right, that crazy dude who heard disembodied voices telling him to kill his family.

Which wife was first to get a restraining order?

skeptomist's picture

incorrect - Abraham did not marry Hagar and in fact it was suggested by his wife as solution to barreness and the resulting sin which God did not bless did bring terrible consequences as it always will

just coz stuff is in the Bible does not mean God condones it, if he immediately judged our sin we would all be dead



Takemine2go's picture

 $50 no one's sees more than a years jail time. ....if that 

Utopia Planitia's picture

Awan has so many "virtue signal points" nothing will touch him. Not even a bevy of ex-wives.

swmnguy's picture

This isn't the interesting thing about the Awans.  Not even close.  Assuming any of what we've heard is true, this is just a distraction.

Of course, it certainly could be that there's nothing at all interesting about the Awans.  Wouldn't be the first time ultra-partisans tried and failed to find the Unified Field Theory of Everything Conspiracy that tied up all the Democrats with a neat ribbon and bow.  Now that everybody who disagrees with us in any way has to be a pedophile. 

lew1024's picture

Trolls are getting clever. The leading statement that rational people must agree with followed by the real message no rational person could agree with is a very common pattern in comments these days.

'ultra-partisans'? Who? Where?

Not George Webb, he was a Bernie supporter. The spy ring in congress is a very real thing, not at all partisan, as it threatens both sides and both Ds and Rs are working hard to coverup, distract and ignore.

This is far more likely some PR ploy to allow the prosecution to only focus on the fraud, get restitution, and let the whole matter drop.

FoggyWorld's picture

The person leading the charge on this is George Webb and he is a Democrat.   Many of us just want to know the truth and if espionage has been going on, get it stopped.

AlaricBalth's picture

Hina AlvI won't see what's coming either. Just like Vince Foster.

DelusionalGrandeur's picture

Wow.... And it just get more weird by the day!

LadyAtZero's picture

Amazing Podesta link to Las Vegas in first 2 or 3 mins of this video.  thanks.

HedgeJunkie's picture

A lot of local people were at Vegas that night.  I don't know about the reality of the shootings and I saw a live video of a 'nurse' smiling as she described it.

But a friends granddaughter died the other night from a combination of epilepsy and stress related to being in the cross-fire.  She leaves a police husband and a three year old daughter.

The two, grandmother and granddaughter, founded a local organization that assists with homicide/suicide funeral costs.  They helped us with my sons suicide in June.  The grandmother was recounting how her granddaughter ran over five miles as her police husband tracked her cellphone and guided her and that she was still shaken on Thursday night.

ISIS/False Flag/CIA...it doesn't matter.  The deaths are real on the periphery.

WillyGroper's picture

Terribly sorry for your loss.

Losing your child is one thing you never get over.

I'm a member of that club too.

stampman's picture

I don't believe a word you wrote.

Not one single word.

Calling utter bullshit on your post.


Schmuck Raker's picture

Well, it's Virginia...

I'm just glad Pakistanis moving to the area are responsibly attempting to integrate themselves into our culture. What more can you ask?

lil dirtball's picture

> What more can you ask?

Stay the fuck in Pakistan?

lew1024's picture

stop that. That is what will allow their tactics to win.

The whole idea is to have 1/100 bad guys, running the ratlines.  More than that, not enough good people to hide the bad.

There will be 1/10,000 or less of the serious terrorists, intelligence professionals with the training to pull off complex operations.

If we allow ourselves to blame the entire Pakistani population, our Deep State's ploy will have worked because the whole population of Pakistanis will be defensive and won't assist the good people on our side, and the inevitable injustices will recruit more terrorists. That process feeds on itself, and will be bad for the US no matter what we do. The best that could happen would be to gently eject all Pakistanis, creating many injustices, creating more enemies.

Instead, work to gain the trust of the 99 good people as a means of increasing the signal of the bad. Works for every group, when cops and citizens are intelligent about all this.


PT's picture

Integrationist.  Isolationist.  TPTB don't care which way you go, not with this or anything else.  They just want half of you to rock one way and then the other.  Eventually, with enough extreme rocking, the ship capsizes and whether it capsizes to the left or right does not bother them in the slightest.  They just want it to sink.

spdrdr's picture

The correct saying is:

"Hell hath no fury like the lawyer of a woman scorned."


. . . _ _ _ . . .'s picture

Was the fraud related to his second marriage or... what?

Wanna' discredit someone? Accuse him of cheating.
Now all his testimony will be dubious. Impotent's the way they want him.

DelusionalGrandeur's picture

Do I send her nail guns now or later?

rwmctrofholz's picture

90 year old customer gave me this pearl of wisdom today with reagard to not getting married: 

"Why make one person miserable when you can make all of them happy?"

HRH Feant2's picture

He didn't get permission for the second honey? Lied and said he was a bachelor?

I thought that was legal under pisslam. Lying, bigamy, all of it.

Muh Raf's picture

Unfortunately these are Paki laws and not Islaam. No permission is required at all in Islaam, in fact the default position is to marry two or more but if you fear being unjust then marry only one. The 'law' been quoted has absolutely no basis in Islaam whatsoever and is yet another invention of the hypocrite rulers throughout the Muslim world. Islaam only exists in books these days because almost all those who would outwardly profess being Muslim have diseased hearts which makes them frightened of real Islaam. This disease is caused by a love of the material world and a fear of dying.

chunga's picture

Jeff Sessions will launch a war on caramel M & M's because they make his false teeth fall out.