Murder of DNC Staffer Seth Rich Gets More Suspicious


The murder of former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was shrouded in mystery from the moment details first emerged. Examining the facts of the homicide in a vacuum prompts many questions.

In the early hours of July 10th, 2016, Seth Rich reportedly walked from Lou’s City Bar to his girlfriend, Kelsey Mulka’s residence, eventually making his way toward his own apartment in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C. He was on the phone with Mulka at 4:17 a.m. when she heard voices in the background which concerned her, but he assured her that she should not worry. He was only a couple blocks from his apartment, after all.

In reality, she was right to be concerned, as Rich was shot in the back multiple times at approximately 4:19 a.m., about a block and a half from the house he shared with roommates. What initially leapt out to those familiar with Clinton-related murder theories were his ties to the Democratic National Committee, and its ties to Clinton. But this connection would not serve as the only fishy detail surrounding the startling murder of Seth Rich.

The more details that emerged, the less the routine armed robbery story that police had reportedly relayed to Seth’s parents, Joel and Mary Rich, made sense.

The most obvious detail that contradicted this story line was the fact that Rich was wearing a gold chain and watch at the time he was discovered, still alive, by police. In addition, his wallet was found with his credit cards left untouched. His cell phone was not taken. These items totaled approximately $2,000 in value. What kind of armed robber was this?

When these details are considered within the greater context of the Clintons and the eventual dissemination of leaked DNC emails exposing an attempt to rig the Democratic nomination process in favor of Hillary Clinton, the whole case becomes even more suspicious.

No wonder Hillary was so eager to shift the narrative surrounding the murder of Seth Rich to her campaign against American gun ownership. It’s not the people perpetrating and potentially ordering the murder that are to blame, it’s the guns themselves, according to her:

Unfortunately for Hillary and the DNC, every crime has a motive. And, if robbery was not the true motive as evidence would suggest, people will look for a logical one.

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