The Potomac Two-Step: Imran Awan Allowed To Escape any Charges That Would Implicate Congress….

Imran Awan pleaded guilty today to one count of bank fraud.  However, all of the more serious charges; that were based on intelligence compromises and national security; and that naturally would implicate members of congress; were dropped and dispatched by federal prosecutors.

Add in the date of the announcement today, when everyone is headed to a long July 4th holiday weekend, and voilà we see the all-too-familiar Potomac Two-Step:

(Via Daily Caller)  An assistant US attorney said Tuesday he would not prosecute Imran Awan, a former systems administrator for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and other Democrats, for any crimes on Capitol Hill in a plea agreement that had him plead guilty to one count of bank fraud.

Only one person sat at the prosecutors’ table: J.P. Coomey, who unsuccessfully prosecuted New Jersey Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez for corruption and was only added to the case Monday. There was no sign of Michael Marando, who had previously led the prosecution.

Coomey did not object to the removal of Awan’s GPS monitor, said he would not oppose a sentence of probation, and agreed to drop charges against his wife, fellow former systems administrative Hina Alvi.  (continue reading)

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451 Responses to The Potomac Two-Step: Imran Awan Allowed To Escape any Charges That Would Implicate Congress….

  1. Bryan Alexander says:

    Has the Daily Caller reporting been truthful and accurate? I don’t know. Actions by those involved lead me to believe it has been. But it is VERY clear at this point that a tremendous amount of political pull was used to kill this investigation.

    1. Hillary Clinton and Debbie Wasserman Shultz rigged the Democratic primary. That fact is not in dispute.
    2. DWS stepped down after that was revealed.
    3. DWS actions after news of Awan broke further reveal the reporting is likely accurate.

    So, what is going on?


    – Seth Rich found out. He is now dead
    – Imran Awan found out. His wife and other participants are out of the country. They know. So, Imran basically gets a pass. His leverage is his relatives who are out of reach of the DOJ. Won’t be surprised at all if Awan’s wife and family are quietly killed off.
    – The Dems never let the FBI have access to the DNC servers.
    – Hillary Clinton wiped her server and destroyed her Blackberries. Dead Blackberries don’t talk.
    – The FBI got hold of Weiner’s computer, which had hundreds of thousands of Clinton emails on it. What happened then? The FBI doubled down on getting Trump. Who here thinks that laptop will ever see the light of day? I don’t

    I think the scope and magnitude of the Clinton Corruption Machine is so vast that most of the swamp is either totally committed to the Clintons or completely scared of them. It is hard to buy off the electoral college. That is the only thing they don’t control.

    President Trump has been fantastic, but he controls very little in Washington. It has been 25+ years since Bill and Hillary Clinton arrived in Washington DC. They have had 25 years to solidify power and buy off the judges and politicians. Removing the corruption will not happen overnight.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. tunis says:

    All this is so disheartening. The sheer scale and depth of the corruption is staggering.

    This is President Trump’s DOJ. Looks like the same UniParty DOJ that we’ve had for decades. Getting more corrupt every year.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Same shit, different day.
      DISGUSTING. All of DC smells like wee-wee mixed in after eating a shit ton of Broccoli.
      They say trust Sessions, wait, the investigations take time.. yadda yadda.. in the meantime, the crims getting off and out doing more harm. Anybody else would be gone forever.

      Liked by 4 people

    • How Stupid is the world? Anyone should have been able to figure out that Imran Awan hacked the DNC computer almost daily; it was on the news for weeks they gave him the password … I keep hearing about the Deep state and I agree that it exist and that it his running the government. But what I want to know is. “WHO IS THE HEAD OF THE DEEP STATE”? I am sure our elected officials know the answer to this … I was under the impression that Congressmen as well as all other representatives took an oath uphold the constitution of the united states of America. Either I am very misinformed or they are of very questionable integrity! Business As Usual.


    • Kris says:

      Think logically.
      Thing IG report.
      Think what’s missing.
      Do you think this was going to be litigated in this setting?
      Case that implicates some of the most senior elected officials (treason) is being handled by the appropriate office.

      Jul 3 2018 10:59:37 (EST)
      Logical thinking.
      Why was the case against AWAN filed under BANK FRAUD?
      The result today is re: BANK FRAUD.
      See last.
      The SWAMP is being DRAINED.

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        I bet Awan was singing like a prize winning canary so as not to face a death sentence for espionage. Remember Pakistan supports the Taliban and it is the Taliban the USA is at war with in Afghanistan.


  3. MAGADJT says:

    I just don’t understand why Sessions isn’t asserting some control to stop this type stuff. Anyone can see from public information that there were major violations here.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Julian says:

    This is exactly why Trump hand picked Sessions, Rosenstein & Brand to counter the Deep State subterfuge and go in and Drain the FBI Swamp!



    • singular says:

      Julian, I’m trying to hang on by the tips of my fingernails, but they are very brittle right now.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Fools Gold says:

        Rumor is he’s squealing like a pig. If he ain’t, your suspicions I think are dead on so to speak. Of course rumors are nothing more than propaganda. Seen a lot of it in the corporate world. I trust Trump so I’ll take the “we’ll see” attitude until he tells us otherwise.


    • Avi says:

      yup he is countering it

      Liked by 2 people

  5. Chieftain says:

    Dead rule of law reminder.
    Rule of law does not exist in the USA. The corrupt Democrats and Republicans sit on their asses and hide behind a complacent news media.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Zippy says:

    Because if the Awans are the ones who accessed the contents of the DNC servers via compromise of Wasserman Schultz’s accounts which could then provide some kind of path to admin level access on the DNC servers, the entire reason for the start of the Russian collusion story against Trump falls completely apart. No law enforcement agency has ever confirmed the hack or its cause because they were never allowed to look at the servers and the private firm that did the analysis was heavily linked to the DNC and the Clintons.

    If Trump allows this to pass, he is an idiot.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. JX says:

    How did AQ know we were going to raid Yemen?

    Liked by 4 people

  8. CaptMorgan says:

    Where does this go from here then? The house IG has evidence of every wrongdoing the doj just cleared him of.
    Of course awan was also a possible source for email leaks. Between awan and seth rich not being considered leakers it pretty much only leaves Russia as the hacker. Pretty convenient.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. singular says:

    The crimes these people commited were not against the democrats–the crimes were commited against the American people. Any idiot knows that.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Sandbar Ed says:

    Is it true that Curly Debbie’s brother works out of the same office that is supposedly prosecuting this?

    Liked by 2 people

  11. RM says:

    If you keep the prized race horses in the gate too long and they get hurt jumping it, who is to blame ? Do you blame the horses as you put them down ? The track owners ? The horses are getting ready to jump the gate…. I’m afraid that ” We the people ” are going to have to remedy this, it is becoming very apparent. We are being pumped up with promises while being punched in the mouth. It’s getting old. Real fast.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      The trainer…for not teaching said prized horse to have better gate manners.
      (no joke, the really good trainers want their horses to settle in the gate, not act buggy and flip out…only the bad ones work them so poorly at the gate that they freak out or get antsy…have worked with both)

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        Why waste energy in the gate? Also the handlers, the jockey and the horse are MUCH safer if the horse is TRAINED. (All my equines including my donkey load into a trailer without fuss. I have on occasion even loaded two at the same time.

        Now let me have those ill mannered Urinalists for a month or two and I would have them VERY polite. (I am sure Nebraska Filly would do a good job too, especially after she borrows Sylvia’s shovel.)


  12. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Drain the swamp or more like business as usual?

    Seen the news Jeff Sessions appointing Trump hating active saboteur to head DEA?

    Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      “…who previously misled President Trump about his authority to fire comey…”

      MORE BS! (What is with these AG Sessions haters??)

      Why can the president fire the FBI director?

      “[…]White House press secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement.

      “President Trump acted based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Spicer added.”…

      The President has held the power to appoint and dismiss the director of the FBI at his or her discretion since 1968.The current nomination and confirmation process for the FBI director was created by an amendment to the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968.[…]”

      The rest of the article is interesting.

      ALSO FROM the Lawfare Blog
      Backgrounder: The Power to Appoint & Remove the FBI Director
      By Robert Chesney

      I thought a brief backgrounder on the power of the President to appoint and to remove the FBI Director might be in order this morning…

      The Power to Appoint

      It is widely—and accurately—assumed that the President has the authority to appoint the FBI Director, yet a quick glance at the relevant statute (28 USC 532) might leave some confusion since it appears to refer instead to the Attorney General[…]

      The Power to Remove the Director

      Now, what about the power to remove the Director? This part is actually quite straightforward as a legal matter, given that Congress at no point has attempted to constrain the president’s removal power.”

      So Gateway pundit needs to go back and do his homework!


  13. RAC says:

    I cannot believe it ends there just like that. Don’t know what it is but there’s got to be more.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. CNN_sucks says:

    Sessions thinks we are a fool not to see the obvious that he was a plant after all. If PDJT has change, ask his resignation soon. He is a swamp dweller.


  15. CNN_sucks says:

    Cold anger.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Sassy says:

    From the Daily Caller article:

    “The agreement says:

    After the entry of your client’s plea of guilty to the offense identified in paragraph 1 above, your client will not be charged with any non-violent criminal offense in violation of Federal or District of Columbia law which was committed within the District of Columbia by your client prior to the execution of this Agreement AND about which this Office was made aware by your client prior to the execution of this Agreement, all of which is contained in the attached Statement of Offense. However, the United States expressly reserves its right to prosecute your client for any crime of violence.”

    Is part of that legalese notable? He won’t be charged with any non-violent criminal offense “about which this Office was made aware by your client prior to the execution of this Agreement?”

    Does that mean that he copped to all violations of Federal or DC law and he won’t be charged for those crimes but CAN BE charged with any crimes he didn’t admit to (that they know about or may in time learn about)?

    So, provided he copped to everything he did, every violation of every law, are they going after bigger fish? Otherwise, why give him a pass on all these many alleged very serious crimes?

    Can we hope there’s another shoe to drop, or is this just a massive cover up? And if so, WHY?

    He’s going to get probation! This is an appalling and discouraging miscarriage of justice that undermines any citizen’s faith in the DOJ. How can anyone have faith in the concept of equal justice? If this is how they handle what looks like foreign infiltration of our government that has a direct impact on national security, then how can anyone have any sense of safety or security, if this stands?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Well, yeah — and anything outside D.C. and anything that may come up later that was not known. After reading that I would say that Mr. Awan isn’t necessarily completely off the hook. And I’m pretty sure life is once again just a little more interesting for him (you know some people have to be wondering just how big a dime, if any, he’s dropped on them…he probably needs to think about sitting with his back away from any doors)

      Liked by 2 people

      • thebigolddog says:

        There is no way on God’s green Earth that his Clinton lawyer let him cooperate on anything significant. They even hired him to work at the law office to keep him safe, sound and quiet. Sorry folks, there is no silver lining here and most likely Imran will be boarding a flight to Pakistan on the night of 8/21

        Liked by 1 person

  17. Jeff says:

    So when do we start talking about a march on Washington? Peacefully, of course.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Donna in Oregon says:

    I watched the Bin Laden Files on CSPAN today and got an earful of scary facts. I started to understand why Pakistan was so central to all this al Queda and then ISIS crap. There is a lot of money leaving the USA to all these shadowy places…. Do I like the Weekly Standard? Nope. Do we hear anything about the Bin Laden files in the MSM? Nope. Does this and other strange incidents explain how the USA managed to waste $7 Trillion in the Middle East? Kinda…our government is corrupt.

    Hillary used her private servers to sell our secrets. Democrats and Swamp creatures used Awan to see secrets to our other enemies. They got paid. We got robbed.

    The Swamp and Globalists have become very rich off the core belief that America is not exceptional. In selling our secrets, (including NASA secrets) the entire Swamp worked hard to level the playing field with the world. In other words we were made just like any other country when our “exceptionalism” was sold to the highest bidder.

    They have all benefited. There will be no justice. It is a concentric government that serves itself. The whole thing, from elected officials to Union representatives, to the US Chamber of Commerce. I sent everyone the entire list of the US CoC, they are Global. Why they even have United States in their title must be just an historical reference because they don’t represent the American people. They are only interested in taking what is left of our wealth and distributing it to themselves.

    Patriots will only be able to fight them in a bloodless fight during this window….and it’s closing. President Trump is our last chance to have a peaceful return to an honest government. And there isn’t a person here on The Conservative Treehouse that doesn’t know it. No one is going to save American Patriots in the DOJ/FBI/CIA/State Dept/IRS or any other government behemoth.

    God helps those who help themselves.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. All that for one count of bank fraud? Doesn’t really add up…..might as well have just let him flee back to Pakistan and “disappear” – surely Awan gave up something (the “missing” server makes the most sense) to get such a sweetheart deal.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. jmclever says:

    Whenever I am tempted to be discouraged, I go to and learn all the things happening to make America safe again

    Liked by 2 people

  21. jack says:

    It’s like we only see a few pieces on the chess board, and can’t tell if we are winning or losing. Trump obviously has a lot more info then we do, and we don’t exactly know if Trump is on top of it or not. This is a high stakes poker game, and … bluffing is part of the process.

    We see all these corrupt players being taken off the board, but will they get off scott free (like the clinton gang did) … or are they hooked to be used to catch bigger fish, or does the Deep State covering up everything and only the “scapegoats” do any time.

    Trump is playing politics with all this stuff, and it appears to be working going into the mid-terms. Until maybe it stops working and the Deep State comes out with a “knock-out” punch against Trump, which nobody saw coming.

    I think many of us would feel more comfortable if Jeff Sessions did arrest lots of these slimeballs, and after being arrested Jeff does some “dealing” to get bigger fish, like Mueller is doing. It’s just Jeff hasn’t arrested anybody and that worries some of us.

    Liked by 3 people

    • AH_C says:

      I doubt even an assassination of Trump can stop the truth from coming out. I’m sure Trump has taken the precaution of having a deadman trigger that would instantly declassify and release thousands of documents.

      And the deep state knows it. They are truly backed into a corner, praying for their lord and master, Satan, to somehow rescue them.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. Donna in Oregon says:

    Walk down memory lane about the Awans:

    he Florida congresswoman insists Awan didn’t have access to any classified information.

    But King refuted the former DNC chair’s claims, explaining that Democratic members of Congress who serve on intelligence committees would, by the nature of their work, correspond about sensitive information.

    “The argument is that there was no classified information that was compromised or breached – that’s what they said about Hillary Clinton at first,” he said. “Some of them – like Andre Carson served on the Select Committee on Intelligence – would have access to the highest level of classified information that we have in the United States Congress.”

    Hillary Clinton claimed there was no secret information on her private email server setup, but investigators revealed later there were significant numbers of emails containing classified material.

    King said the Democrats essentially surrendered highly classified material to anti-American Pakistani workers who “don’t have allegiance to the United States.”

    “The GOP wants to put the government back on its rails again and operating efficiently. Democrats want to pull it down,” he said. “When we hire people to work in our office, I want to make sure I am looking them in the eye. I want to know whose doing what work and what they’re going to get paid for that. That’s our jobs to do that.

    “Instead, they are funneling taxpayer dollars to people who, at a minimum, are not natural-born American citizens. If they’re sending money to Pakistan and absconding to Pakistan, they don’t have allegiance to the United States, either.”

    The Awans could be just “a crooked family that found a way to scam the House of Representatives and skim wages out,” he said.

    But the worst-case scenario, King explained, is the Pakistani family funneled information or money “into the hands of the Taliban or ISIS.”

    “It could be a coordinated effort to set up a pseudo business here in the House of Representatives, for the purposes of gaining access to classified, prioritized information,” he said. “Who would that money go to in Pakistan? Family perhaps. But we also know there are extensive and sophisticated money-electing methods in that part of the world.

    “The network that’s there allowed them to bill for the computer equipment for just a few dollars less than $500, then sign a service contract that would be of multiple hours. They could rake all that money out and move the equipment out because they are not required to inventory computer equipment that’s under $500. The wages and the computer equipment are not as important, in my view, as access to all of this proprietary information – which may be classified.”

    He criticized Wasserman Schultz for putting the family on the congressional payroll and then keeping them there even though an investigation was raising questions.

    “It’s not a new pattern for her – she refused to allow the FBI to look at the DNC computers when they wanted to investigate the Russian attempt to hack into the DNC – she hasn’t been held adequately accountable for that,” he said.

    “WikiLeaks had emails of Imran and his brothers. If you believe the Russians did the hacking, and they handed the emails over to WikiLeaks, that meant the Russians had access to a lot of information on Democrat House members. Democrats House members don’t want an investigation – they don’t want the public to find out what’s in the emails nor do they want Americans to know the facts about how they left their doors wide open to a group that’s at best, scam artists.”

    Wasserman Schultz claimed it was “Islamophobia” that sparked the investigations.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Newt Love says:

    SD posted in the original article:
    “… Only one person sat at the prosecutors’ table: J.P. Coomey, who unsuccessfully prosecuted New Jersey Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez for corruption and was only added to the case Monday…”

    When the Harlem Globetrotters play an exhibition game, their nominal opponents are the “Washington Generals.” Their job is to lose to the Harlem Globetrotters, but to make it look like the Globetrotters had to really work at it. But the Generals know their role in this theatrical performance.

    The Real Story:
    I nominate J.P. Coomey as the lead lawyer for the Washington Generals. He knows that it is his job to loose, but to make it look like THE FIX WAS NOT IN all along.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. jack says:

    It’s like we only see a few pieces on the chess board, and can’t tell if we are winning or losing. Trump obviously has a lot more info then we do, and we don’t exactly know if Trump is on top of it or not. This is a high stakes poker game, and … bluffing is part of the process.

    We see all these corrupt players being taken off the board, but will they get off scott free (like the clinton gang did) … or are they hooked to be used to catch bigger fish, or does the Deep State covering up everything and only the “scapegoats” do any time.

    Trump is playing politics with all this stuff, and it appears to be working going into the mid-terms. Until maybe it stops working and the Deep State comes out with a “knock-out” punch against Trump, which nobody saw coming.

    I think many of us would feel more comfortable if Jeff Sessions did arrest lots of these slimeballs, and after being arrested Jeff does some “dealing” to get bigger fish, like Mueller is doing. It’s just Jeff hasn’t arrested anybody and that worries some of us.

    Liked by 3 people

    • jack says:

      sorry for the double post, I mis-spelled the email address by one letter and when I posted it stated it had to be moderated … and I thought that was strange, and then I spotted the one letter on email address that was wrong … so I copied the post and posted it under correct email address. Sorry folks.

      Liked by 2 people

  25. RM says:

    May our chains rest lightly…… How many real patriots in our recent past have had to tread alone ? The Hammonds, The Bundys, Tommy Robinson ??? If the Brits were serious about freeing Tommy Robinson, he would be free, the people would go get him. If we wanted the the Hammonds free, we would go get them. Is it any wonder why we don’t have justice ? We don’t deserve freedom because we aren’t willing to free ourselves. We are chained by tolerance and comfort, we won’t even stand BEHIND those that stand up for US. I am ashamed to be an American on this day and will hang my head tomorrow instead of celebrating others bravery. We own this but are not willing to take ownership and will look down our nose at those who do. We still have a chance to save the Republic but I just don’t think that we have the will to do so. Our VSGDJT is our last chance, make of it what we will…..

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Justbill says:

    … But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–

    Has that time come?

    Liked by 3 people

  27. quintrillion says:

    Disturbing. DNC the party of utter darkness = no light ever allowed. Pure evil intent and actions. They have sucked most of the government into their black hole of corruption and cover-up.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. allhail2 says:

    WTF is going on around here? You know, at this point, just empty the prisons, give everyone probation and make them sign up for Washout Wray’s “Please, Guys, C’mon, Don’t do Dumb Shi**” lecture series.

    I am over it, period.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Jimmy Jack says:

    This is simply unacceptable. Period.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. AH_C says:

    The DC 2-step strikes again. Or did it?

    Seems like DWS and Becerra can relax. Or can they? In the larger scheme of things, the Awans are but minnows. We got what we needed, namely the server.

    Remember, thanks to NSA, we have the truth of what went on, but the difficulty was how to get that into evidence that can be used in prosecution. Also remember, Awan pled to bank fraud. This opens the door to a very deep rabbit hole – tracing every dime that passes thru his accounts and more. More than likely, Awan is very cooperative with the investigation in exchange for being expelled from this country when they are done with him.

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  31. SouthernTrumpette says:

    Is it possible that Awan made a deal and gave them (Huber) the DNC server ?
    If so, he and his family better hole up in a cave in the Hindu Kush asap.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Countrywatch says:

      I believe that President Trump/NSA have the server. I also believe that Awan is talking and has led to people at the top who will not be tried in ordinary courts but military tribunals, as there are issues of national security, or, put another way, “treason”.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Countrywatch says:

        The EO of 21 December is highly significant in this respect.

        Liked by 1 person

      • SouthernTrumpette says:

        I pray to God that you’re right, Countrywatch, and I am thinking along those lines as well. The slap on the wrist Awan recd. in court today was too bizarre….there has got to be more behind the scenes, IMO.


  32. Echo says:

    How did the USA get to this place?
    The prosecutors simply refused to prosecute.
    Just as the DoJ will do with whatever the Oversight Committees find.
    Is this the final straw? Will PDJT now sack Rosie?


  33. Paul Paul says:

    I don’t know it this was posted already, but Imperator Rex has a twitter thread about this:

    “In other words, it means that Imran won’t be tried in a criminal or civil action.
    In the District of Columbia ONLY.
    There are NINETY THREE other Districts in the US, if memory serves.
    One of them is UTAH, some 2090 MILES from DC.”


    • covfefe999 says:

      Oh, by the way … Jeff Sessions? Are you OK with this? Are you going to do anything about it?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Zap0101 says:

      I saw this link to the plea agreement ( ), but I have not confirmed it.

      Look at the last Paragraph…

      Your client further understands that this Agreement is binding only upon the Criminal
      and Superior Court Divisions of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. This Agreement does not bind the Civil Division of this Office or any other United States Attorney’s Office, nor does it bind any other state, local, or federal prosecutor. It also does not bar or compromise any civil, tax, or administrative claim pending or that may be made against your client.


    • mimbler says:

      You think Huber is going against an official DOJ finding that Awan did nothing criminal with the server?


  34. shirley49 says:

    Since these guys were supposedly very good at what they did (hacking) I am sure they did not limit their spying on Dems but also Republicans. Lots of dirt in both parties. TERM LIMITS.


  35. MAJA says:

    This is an interesting article about the awan’s being found out, brecerra involvement. I think much more is going on here.


    • mimbler says:

      That article references a Feb 2017 memo.
      The DOJ this week stating in court they found no criminality in the server case by Awan et al. definitely overides that.

      IMO this case is over, buried by DOJ. And we just help cover it up if we assume some secret investigation that isn’t happening, rather than complaining/publicizing the coverup.


  36. f.fernandez says:

    As Rex puts it………….read the whole document. Good only for D.C.


  37. jello333 says:

    Yeah, looks like Awan himself may be relatively safe from future charges. But like others have already commented, I don’t see any proof that his “plea agreement” is a good sign for the others involved. I mean congressmen and others that were involved with Awan… seems to me this “plea agreement” could very easily include a stipulation that he has to provide evidence/testimony against them. (And that part of the plea deal could even remain under seal for the time being.)


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