Wasserman-Shultz House IT aide running a money laundering car dealership

The discredited and possibly criminal House IT aide employed by Debbie Wasserman-Shultz had a side business going on it seems. He had a car dealership. It appears that it was a car dealership in name only. There were no cars on the lot. The employees touted on Facebook were all fictitious. They had great names as well. The operation has all the earmarks of a money laundering machine. The name of the dealership was CIA. Is that some sort of dark humor? Here are the details that you will find hard to believe.

As Written by Luke Rosiak for the Daily Caller:

The used car dealership known as CIA never seemed like an ordinary car dealership, with inventory, staff and expenses.

On its Facebook page, CIA’s “staff” were fake personalities such as “James Falls O’Brien,” whose photo was taken from a hairstyle model catalog, and “Jade Julia,” whose image came from a web page called “Beautiful Girls Wallpaper.”

If a customer showed up looking to buy a car from Cars International A, often referred to as CIA, Abid Awan — who was managing partner of the dealership while also earning $160,000 handling IT for House Democrats — would frequently simply go across the street to longstanding dealership called AAA Motors and get one.

“If AAA borrows a car to Cars International and they have a customer, it was simply take the car across the street and sell it, and then later on give the profit back or not,” Nasir Khattak, who ran the longstanding AAA dealership, testified in a lawsuit. “There was no documentation which is write every transaction that takes place. … If you go and try to dissect, you will not be able to make any sense out of them because there were many, dozens and dozens, of cars transferred between the two dealerships and between other…….


Awans’ Suspicious Used Car Dealership | The Daily Caller

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