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Seth Rich bombshell: Someone 'wanted to pay or actually paid a lot of money' to murder him

Posted by JJ The Psychotherapist on April 26, 2021 at 2:30 PM


Seth Rich bombshell: Someone 'wanted to pay or actually paid a lot of money' to murder him


The Federal bureau of investigation, in its release of heavily redacted information detailing murdered Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich, has included a cryptic "pay for his death" note.


Rich was a Democratic National Committee employee who was shot and killed as he walked to his home in Washington, D.C., at around 4 a.m. on July 10, 2016. Despite having two shots in his back, he had evidence of a struggle, with bruises on his hands, knees, and face. The robbery was determined by police, but his wallet and other belongings were not taken. WikiLeaks began releasing DNC emails damaging to Hillary Clinton two weeks later, and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange mentioned Rich on Dutch television: "Whistleblowers go to great lengths to get us material, and they often take great risks." "There is a 27-year-old DNC staffer who was shot in the back and murdered just a few weeks ago while walking down the street in Washington for unknown reasons."


The FBI's release of records in response to a Freedom of Information Act request "appear to show that an undisclosed entity either wanted to pay or actually paid a lot of money to get Seth Rich killed." according to One America News.


"Given [redacted] it is conceivable that an individual or group would want to pay for his death." according to an FBI document dated Nov. 7, 2017.


It comes after a heavily redacted document titled "Case opening & Summary,"


A "Dark web threat" is mentioned, with the following explanation: "A company called [redacted] was conducting research for an unrelated, non-law enforcement client and came across a site called [redacted]." [redacted] was listed as a target on this website. On November 5, 2017, [redacted] felt compelled to act, so they alerted the NYPD, who then contacted the Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC). On November 6, 2017, the Boston FBI attempted to contact [redacted] on the same day and was successful."


"Democrats and the mainstream media have baselessly dismissed Rich's murder as a 'conspiracy theory,' claiming it was a robbery, despite the fact that none of his valuable items were taken," according to the OAN report. FBI documents, on the other hand, appear to suggest that Rich was a victim of D.C. politics-related foul play."


"America, Can We Talk?" host Debbie Georgatos "The area within the DNC where Seth Rich was working was one where he would have had access and been able to see what the Democrat Party was doing, [and] it was happening in the 2016 election, just as it was happening in 2020." Which was "electronic voter tabulation software manipulation," or, to put it another way, "electronic vote manipulation."


Rich survived for about an hour after being shot, but he was heavily intoxicated and unable to give a statement to police, according to the report.


The FBI previously denied there were any documents on Rich's death, according to the Gateway Pundit.


According to Ty Clevenger, a lawyer who has investigated the case, a government watchdog "inadvertently obtained records about Mr. Rich by requesting communications between FBI lawyer Lisa Page and supervisory agent Peter Strzok." according to WND columnist and author Jack Cashill.


"header in the heavily redacted email string is 'Seth Rich' and in one email Agent Strzok boasts about having 'squashed' something pertaining to Mr. Rich." Cashill said.


"Clevenger also said famed journalist Seymour Hersh reported a high-ranking FBI official said communications between Rich and Wikileaks exist," Cashill said.

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