Tuesday, May 16

Source claims murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich sent over 40,000 DNC emails to Wikileaks

Unless you're a political junkie the name "Seth Rich" probably doesn't ring any bells with you.

Rich was a staffer for the Democratic National Committee in Washington.

Last July he was murdered just steps from his home, in what D.C. cops said--in a printed press release--was "likely a robbery."

Just one BIG problem:  The killers--the ones D.C. cops claimed were "robbers"--didn't take Rich's wallet, or his credit cards, or his cell phone, or his watch or jewelry.

Does that sound like a robbery to you?  Yeah, me neither, as I noted on this blog last January.

Now there's been a break in the case:  Yesterday the D.C. police announced...wait, the D.C. cops didn't do jack-shit.  They've been ordered not to investigate the murder.  How do we know this?  Because they won't reply to questions from conservative sites asking about the progress of the so-called "investigation."

But there ARE new developments.  Turns out that within 96 hours of the murder the FBI seized Rich's laptop and copied its contents.  Now a federal investigator who reviewed an FBI forensic report detailing those contents claims Rich’s computer shows he leaked thousands of DNC emails to WikiLeaks.

Let's ask the FBI one little question:  If, as the DC cops said, this was "likely a botched robbery," by what authority did the FBI seize his laptop?  They guy's obviously not a federal official, so what would make the FBI grab the laptop?  Unless, of course, they were trying to make evidence the Rich was indeed the source of the leaks of DNC emails to Wikileaks vanish.

Why would they care about that?

Because if Rich gave Wiki the DNC docs it destroys the Democrats' giant red herring that "the Russians hacked our computer server to help Trump win the election over the most-qualified person evah to be nominated!"

Rich made contact with WikiLeaks through Gavin MacFadyen, a now-deceased director of WikiLeaks who was living in London at the time.

“I have seen and read the emails between Seth Rich and WikiLeaks,” the federal investigator told Fox News, confirming the MacFadyen connection. He said the emails are in possession of the FBI, while the "investigation" remains in the hands of the D.C. Police.

The federal investigator--who requested anonymity--said Rich sent 44,053 emails between leaders of the Democratic National Committee to MacFadyen.  

On July 22, just 12 days after Rich was killed, WikiLeaks published internal DNC emails that appeared to show top party officials conspiring to stop Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont from winning the party’s nomination.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has stopped short of identifying Rich as the source of the emails but has not denied working with Rich.  And Wikileaks has also offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to conviction for the murder.  This would be odd if there was no connection between Rich and Wiki.

D.C. cops apparently don't have any suspects or leads in the case, sources close to the investigation said.  The department has refused to discuss the case, despite requests from Fox News dating back 10 months.

The FBI’s national office declined to comment, but sources said the bureau provided technical expertise to examine Rich’s computer.

So where are we?  Obviously it wasn't a robbery:  his girlfriend reported hearing "voices" over the phone just before he was shot, indicating two shooters.  They had him easily overpowered, so if robbery was the motive there was no need to shoot him.  Shooting needlessly called attention to them.  And again, nothing taken.  Finally, shot in the back isn't consistent with robbery.

The claim by the D.C. cops that it was robbery is beyond ludicrous. It's a coverup--a Narrative.

Now Fox reports a source has surfaced claiming Rich sent tens of thousands of DNC emails to a director of Wikileaks.

Just 12 days after Rich was killed, Wiki released the first of the DNC emails.

IF true, this should be one of the most serious, damaging national scandals in recent memory.  If Rich was killed after leaking DNC emails, who would have a motive?  It would also explain why nothing was taken. 

Now that Trump has fired the corrupt, Hilliary-defending Comey, whoever he appoints as FBI director should confirm whether the Bureau did in fact make an image of Rich's computer, and tell us whether the data on that computer confirms Rich contacted Wikileaks.

The entire media and Democrat leadership is hell-bent on impeaching Trump.  He needs to fight fire with fire--and revealing what the Bureau knows would help a LOT.

Oh by the way:  Last June 14th the Washington Post (new slogan: "Democracy dies in darkness") published a story titled "Russian hackers penetrated DNC, stole documents."  The story didn't just say "Here's a theory being pushed by X," but published the story *as if it was a fact.*  And the hackers--the Russian government, ya know--didn't merely copy a few things from the DNC.  Oh no.  Instead, quoting the Post...

The intruders so thoroughly compromised the DNC’s system that they also were able to read all email and chat traffic, said DNC officials and the security experts.

The intrusion into the DNC was one of several targeting American political organizations. 
You can see how the Post is prepping the battlespace:  Evidently the DNC knows Podesta fell for the email phishing scam, so the phisher got *his* emails.  But how many?  And how many did he have that were neither sent to him nor written by him, but were info copies between others?  Hard to know right away, so the DNC bigs use their allies at the Post to neutralize any damning information that might surface--by blaming the leaks on...the Russian government.

And of course they can get even more mileage from this bullshit claim by having their friends tie Trump to Russia!  Aha!

So how has the Post reported the story noted above, that the murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich sent 40,000 emails to Wikileaks?

So far, they haven't said a word.

One more interesting piece of information:  Almost a dozen organizations have offered big rewards for information that would help identify the killers.  But oddly, the organization that you'd think would be most aggrieved by his murder hasn't offered a reward:  
The DNC.

So watch for someone to ask the FBI:  On whose order--and by what authority--did your agents seize Rich's laptop when the guy wasn't a federal officer?   And what did you do with it after you examined it?  If you claim to have turned it over to the DC cops, who--by name--accepted the laptop.  You must know that the chain of custody for evidence has to be unequivocally known if the evidence is to be useful.

Remember who was president when Rich was murdered.


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