A Year Ago Today, Seth Rich Was Murdered & His Death is STILL Being Covered Up

Monday, July 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

One year after the murder of former DNC Staffer Seth Rich, over $345,000 has been raised in rewards, yet no suspects have been charged.

By Rachel Blevins
TheFreeThoughtProject.com
July 10, 2017

Democratic National Committee Staffer Seth Rich was murdered on July 10, 2016, and despite the public attention surrounding his death—and the possibility that he was the source who leaked thousands of DNC emails to WikiLeaks—no one has been held responsible for his murder.

He was just 27 years old, and was working as the voter expansion data director for the DNC in Washington D.C. Rich was shot twice in the back while he was walking home around 4:20 a.m., and the “official story” has always been that he was the victim of a botched robbery—yet even though he was killed, he was still found with his wallet, containing all of his cash and credit cards, and his expensive watch.

Despite the fact that the official narrative surrounding Rich’s death does not add up, and no suspects have been charged, anything questioning the alleged botched robbery has been labeled as a “vast right-wing conspiracy.”

Even Rich’s family has criticized any attempt to link Seth Rich to WikiLeaks, or to politicize his death. In a statement commemorating the one-year anniversary of Rich’s death, his family asked for an end to “the continual push of false and inaccurate information about Seth’s death.”

“On the anniversary of the passing of our son and brother, we are again feeling the deep loss of this senseless act,” the family statement said. “Please cease using Seth as a political football in predetermined partisan narratives. The continual push of false and inaccurate information about Seth’s death, along with the harassment of Seth’s friends, family and co-workers, hurts those who were closest to Seth, and does nothing to bring justice to his killers.”

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