Was Congressional Info Compromised by five I.T. Workers?

Above image: Imran Awan’s attorney speaks to Full Measure[hr]

[dropcap]Some[/dropcap] know it as the Awan Brothers scandal. It refers to five Pakistani-American computer experts who worked for 42 members of Congress. The House Inspector General flagged the IT workers’ behavior as suspicious but said Democrats and Republicans blocked her from doing a thorough investigation. An attorney for one of the brothers says it’s been proven that they did nothing wrong. We dig into the case on this week’s Full Measure.

Republican Congressmen Ron DeSantis, Scott Perry and Louis Gohmert criticize Congress’ handling of the Awan case

Also this week, Joce Sterman reports on the legacy of horrific human experiments the US conducted on Guatemalans decades ago. US scientists intentionally infected hundreds with venereal diseases in an effort to find treatments or cures.

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And we revisit the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea on this historic week when the North Korean dictator stepped into South Korea for a summit giving hope that there could soon be an end to the war that’s been going on since 1953. Our trip to the DMZ last summer provides some historical context to the talks.

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