The saga of Seth Rich was tumultuous, to say the least.
After former Democratic National Committee employee, Seth Rich was shot on the streets of Washington, D.C. in the early morning hours of July 10, 2016 – theories and speculation abounded.
The police department labeled Rich’s murder as a “botched robbery” although Rich’s personal effects – his wallet, credit cards, and watch – were left on his person.
Shortly after Rich was murdered, the mainstream media’s intense focus that Russia hacked the 2016 election came about. Crowdstrike, a firm hired by the DNC, concluded that Russian hackers did infiltrate DNC servers.
However, Crowdstrike was the only one to reach that conclusion and the FBI never even inspected the supposed hacked servers.
In lieu of substantive evidence provided to the public that the alleged hacks which led to Wikileaks releases of DNC and Clinton Campaign Manager John Podesta’s emails were orchestrated by the Russian Government, CrowdStrike’s bias has been cited as undependable… The firm’s CTO and co-founder, Dmitri Alperovitch, is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a think tank with openly anti-Russian sentiments that is funded by Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk, who also happened to donate at least $10 million to the Clinton Foundation.
Crowdstrike was given $100M by Google. Google Chairman, Eric Schmidt worked extensively for and donated to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. The Daily Caller reported on bureaucratic cronyism involving Crowdstrike:
In April 2016, two months before the June report that alleged a Russian conspiracy, former President Barack Obama appointed Steven Chabinsky, the general counsel and chief risk officer for CrowdStrike, to the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
Despite so much conflict of interest and shady connections, Russian hysteria was bought and sold wholesale – and persisted for years.
However, last week, testimony related to the Russia collusion hoax were released. One of the transcripts shows Shawn Henry of Crowdstrike stating under oath that Crowdstrike had no evidence that Russia hacked the DNC.
Also released was a letter from Attorney Ty Clevenger to ADNI Rick Grenell. In the letter, Clevenger claims that the DNI has been covering up communications between Seth Rich and WikiLeaks for the past four years.
Just a year after his death, countless mainstream media outlets wrote the entire story of Seth Rich – his murder and surrounding conspiracy theories – as a “discredited Fox News story”.
It is a glaring disservice to so easily shut the book on a victim of murder, especially a former DNC employee like Rich. Although Mueller’s final report claimed Julian Assange, former director of WikiLeaks, “falsely implied” Rich had provided stolen DNC e-mails to the organization, Assange never retracted his comments regarding Rich.
Notably, Assange said this on Dutch television in August 2016 relating to the source of the DNC e-mails:
There’s a 27-year-old who works for the DNC who was shot in the back, murdered, just a few weeks ago, for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in Washington.
“That was just a robbery, I believe, wasn’t it?” the host asked. “No. There’s no finding,” Assange replied.
The host further prodded, asking what Assange meant:
I’m suggesting that our sources take risks and they become concerned to see things occurring like that.
Julian Assange could single-handedly lay to rest all of the conspiracy theories surrounding Rich’s murder. However, he is currently being held in HM Prison Belmarsh, reportedly said to be in ill health.
The murder of Seth Rich could be the pin that unravels the messy ribbon keeping the corrupt and immoral practices of the DNC and Hillary Clinton hidden away. If the DNI has comms between Rich and WikiLeaks, that too would decimate the long-debunked Russia hacking hysteria and further confirm Rich was the source of the leaked e-mails.
Although it has been years, we still call out for justice for the murder of Seth Rich – no matter who may have killed him, or ordered it to be done.