• The strange murder of Democratic Party staffer Seth Conrad Rich near his home in Northwest Washington, D.C. has continued to baffle police investigators.
• Did WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange just solve the mystery during a recent press interview on the matter?
By the Staff at AFP
Last month, Democratic National Convention (DNC) staffer Seth Conrad Rich was found dead near his home in Washington, D.C. Media reports were quick to label the murder of the 27-year-old man a “robbery gone wrong.” However, police have been baffled by the fact that nothing was taken from Rich—not his wallet, his phone, or his watch. On August 9, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have blown the lid off the crime by announcing that his organization was offering a $20,000 reward for information on the killing of Rich.
In addition, Assange suggested that Rich was the individual who leaked shocking emails from Democratic Party big wigs proving that they were undermining Senator Bernie Sanders’s campaign in favor of Hillary Clinton’s.
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign and her supporters in the mainstream media have done everything they can to change the subject on the damaging emails, going so far as to accuse Russian President Vladimir Putin of orchestrating the leak in order to help Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump. But much to her chagrin, Assange’s announcement has reinvigorated the discussion about the DNC emails as well as the long and sordid history of murders and suspicious deaths of critics and one-time confidants of the Clintons.
The mainstream media and Clinton’s surrogates have been pooh-poohing the claim that Rich could be the leaker. Snopes.com went so far as to publish a highly speculative piece dismissing the claim that Rich was the victim of a professional hit. Investigative reporters who have tracked the murders that have followed the Clintons over the years—like Victor Thorn, who passed away on August 1—know better.
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