FBI: Seth Rich Told Police He Was A Political Target

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FBI insider claims Seth Rich told police "it was a hit" shortly before dying

An FBI insider claims that body cam footage taken from a DC police officer shows murdered DNC whistleblower Seth Rich stating “it was a hit!

According to @whysprtech, Seth Rich tried to tell police that the shooting, which ultimately resulted in his death, was perpetrated by persons who had arranged to silence him.

These latest claims add a new dimension to statements made by Rod Wheeler, a former D.C. police homicide detective, who said there is “tangible evidence” that Seth Rich was dealing with WikiLeaks before he was murdered.

Wheeler’s statements suggest that Seth Rich was murdered for political reasons by elements within the Democratic National Committee.

As we reported previously, last year WikiLeaks published emails written by former Clinton campaign chair, John Podesta, who threatened to “make an example” of Seth Rich after it was discovered that he was the DNC leaker:


WikiLeaks tweeted a link to John Podesta’s disturbing email, which takes on an even grislier aspect after Fox 5’s news regarding the detective’s confirmation that Seth Rich’s murder was a political assassination.

As well as exposing the DNC as the kind of organization that punishes people based on suspicion alone, the question of what “beyond internal discipline” means is raised – and in light of recent revelations the answers are grim.

Later in the email chain Joel Benenson said, “I think we have to make examples now of people who have violated the trust of HRC and the rest of the team.” Robby Mook also replied to Podesta’s message, throwing his weight behind the bloodthirsty campaign manager, saying “I would love an example being made.”

The claim by the FBI source that Seth Rich knew he had been targeted for political assassination adds fuel to the rumors that there is an active cover-up underway to bury any evidence relating to his murder.

1 Comment

  1. I’ve seen surveillance footage of packages being stolen off of porches at Christmas time. I can’t believe it’s anything less than willful obstruction the way this case is being conducted.

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