His name was Seth Rich. Episode 40

His name was Seth Rich. Episode 40

His name was Seth Rich.

“I have an enormous interest in public service and working towards making the world a better place,”

He was a college graduate with a degree in Political Science focusing on Public Policy and History. He had just scored his dream job with Clinton’s national campaign team. He had also just sent 44,053 emails and 17,761 attachments between Democratic National Committee leaders, spanning from January 2015 through late May 2016,  to Gavin MacFadyen, director of Wikileaks. He was shot in the back and died of his injuries even though he was shot minutes from 2 hospitals and had a 95% chance of survival. The FBI oddly enough took his laptop and “lost it”. Wikileaks started publishing DNC emails on July 22, 12 days after Rich was murdered. An anonymous source has come forward to the Rich’s private investigator Rod Wheeler and said the Seth was indeed the leaker of the DNC emails. In this podcast, I cover not only the inconsistencies with the police reports but also the 51 other deaths attributed to Hillary Clinton during his lifetime. A few names of the dead including John Ashe, Victor Thorne, Shawn Lucas, and Monica Peterson. I feel obligated to say, I’m neither suicidal nor have any plans of flying anytime soon, so if I end up dead from a plane crash or a gunshot to the head, blame Hillary Clinton.

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