Khurrum Awan is a serial liarMore counterpoint:
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Julian Porter himself was at the meeting where Khurrum Awan and his junior Al Sharptons tried to shake down Ken Whyte and Maclean’s for cash and a cover story.
Porter asked Awan point blank if the CIC’s proposed “counter-article” was to be “mutually acceptable” to Whyte or of the CIC’s own choosing.
After obfuscating for a few rounds, Awan acknowledged that he never in fact offered a “mutually acceptable” article — that was simply an after-the-fact lie, a little bit of taqqiya that Awan et al. has told the press.
Awan admitted that he made no such offer of a mutually acceptable author. It was to be the CIC’s own choice.
Awan the liar, part 2Yet more counterpoint:
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Now Porter is showing Awan various letters that Awan sent to Maclean’s. The fool was stupid enough to put his shakedown demands in writing.
And Porter is showing that Awan demanded that Maclean’s submit to the CIC’s choice. No “mutually acceptable” anything. That qualifier was added later by Awan the Liar, to appear more reasonable to the Gentile press.
It reminds me of Yasser Arafat, who would preach peace when speaking in English to Western journalists, and preach terrorism to his own constituency when speaking in Arabic.
That’s Awan: reasonable to the media; a junior Al Sharpton when dealing with Ken Whyte.
No wonder Awan had trouble finding employment following his clerkship.
Awan the liar, part 7
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Julian Porter is asking Awan if he remembers whether or not he demanded money from Maclean’s.
Porter is now reading out a written demand by the sock puppets for “substantial” monies.
Awan is denying the documentary record.
Awan says that $10,000 was the number they had in mind — though he acknowledges he hadn’t particularize that sum before.