Kim Dotcom, a famous internet entrepreneur, recently tweeted out further information on Seth Rich, the DNC staffer who was murdered in July of 2016 in Washington, D.C. Kim Dotcom now says he has evidence Seth Rich, the murdered DNC operative, is the Wikileaks source. He’s ready to release the evidence! The tweet reads: “If Congress includes #SethRich case into their Russia probe I’ll give written testimony with evidence that Seth Rich was @Wikileaks source.” The Gateway Pundit has reported numerous times on the Seth Rich story that you can read here, we have also reported on Kim Dotcom’s affiliation with
Comments: This is just stunning! I sure hope that guy has good security. The Democrats will go into a total meltdown if he testifies. I sure hope so. Get your popcorn ready for that.
These fake news stories are to keep this DNC/Clinton murder off the front pages of Americas newspapers. This is the story. The Clinton have murdered so many and have gotten away,think they could add another but I hope the police and FBI take this seriously.
Wikileaks has maintained since the beginning that they received the Podesta and DNC emails from a disgruntled DNC staff member. btw, Wikileaks has never published a fake document and as far as I know, never made a false statement. The Clinton campaign refused to allow the FBI to examine the campaign´s computers. If Seth Rich was the source of the efiles, his subsequent murder becomes a major story. And, the investigation into Rich´s murder seems to have been black holed by the DC police. How the police can dismiss it as a "botched robbery" and then confiscate Rich´s computer is mystifying to say the least.
I feel sorry for Rich´s family, I fully understand that a loyal Democrat family would want no part of his son´s death being used to damage the Democrat Party and, that they want no part of a massive highly publicized media circus. What I don´t understand is how or why they would not want to know the truth about their son´s murder, no matter where that investigation might lead.
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Ok state mom, 5/19/2017 11:14:12 PM (No. 11259290)
This all getting confusing.
The idea supporting TrumpRussia collusion is the Wikileaks email dump with Podesta´s emails? The Dems and MSM claim the Russians hacked Podesta´s emails - right?
But, itt is beginning to look like Seth Rich leaked the emails to Wikileaks and the Russians had nothing to do with it. Rich ended up dead in a robbery gone bad where the robbers forgot to steal anything but left him dying on the pavement.
IF Rich did leak the emails how do we circle back to TrumpRussia? Prior to the election Kushner or Stone or Manafort and/or Flynn talked to the Russians and that was collusion with the Trump campaign?
Please let this murder be a related part of this nothingburger investigation. All the illegality was on the Dems, and whacking a leaker is the biggest part. Bribes to give Russian control of 20% of American uranium is a fair second place.
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