by Al Benson Jr.
After having read several articles on the Internet pertaining to Seth Rich, I am beginning to get the impression that, for whatever reason, this is a murder case almost no one wants to talk about. When I see something of this nature I always wonder–why?
One article I read was on http://www.businessinsider.com written by David Choi on May 25th. It had the usual information in it about how Mr. Rich, a 27 year old DNC staff member, was shot in the back in what was supposed to have been a “botched robbery.” It seems Rich was on the phone at the time, had to hang up, and there seems to have been a scuffle between Rich and his killer.
Since his murder there have been many stories out there on the Internet as to what the reason was for his murder. I couldn’t prove any of them one way or the other, however, Mr. Choi’s story noted: “Rod Wheeler, a private investigator associated with Rich’s family, told a Fox News affiliate in Washington that there was evidence that proved the alleged contact between Rich and WikiLeaks. Wheeler also suggested that the Metropolitan Police Department tried to cover up the nature of Rich’s death on behalf of the DNC, an allegation the police department denied.”
Interestingly enough, Wheeler later retracted this statement, telling people he had gotten this information from a Fox reporter. Now I wonder why, if he had gotten this from a Fox reporter, did he then go on to pass it along to a Fox affiliate in Washington? Wouldn’t a Fox reporter already have done that? It just seems odd that he would pass something along to a Fox affiliate that he’d gotten from a Fox reporter. But then, you never know, and in many cases such as this you are not supposed to know.
Also, a couple weeks after Rich’s death, WikiLeaks dumped lots and lots of internal emails that seem to have come from the DNC and there is speculation that at least some of that might have come from Rich. If so, it makes you wonder why he did it if he did it. Again, we can’t say for sure. Did Rich see some things going on he didn’t approve of?
Commentary on a blog spot I read noted: “Rich was shot and killed last July in Northwest D.C. and police have suggested the killing in the District’s Bloomingdale neighborhood was a botched robbery. Funny, nothing taken and shot in the back. (Sound familiar?)”
On the same blog was another comment: “Yeah, then there’s the 32 year old man due to testify about Clinton the next week, found dead of an apparent ‘heart attack,’ just a couple weeks ago. Something stinks in Denmark…” This commentary was posted May 16th.
Sean Hannity covered some of this on Fox News recently and now, all of a sudden, he’s not covering it anymore and there is talk of him being “fired.” You might take each of these incidents separately and not make too much of any of them. But taken as a whole they at least raise some reasonable questions, not that I expect we will ever get any reasonable answers.
The Deep State folks will just dismiss it all as “conspiracy theories” and after they make that statement no one is supposed to ask anymore questions–ever again. Years ago Hillary made a statement about a “vast right wing conspiracy” that was out to get her husband. I wonder, does that make Hillary a conspiracy theorist?
It’s all kind of like the Warren Commission Report of the Kennedy assassination–which is supposed to be the defining document about John Kennedy’s assassination. In all honesty, does anyone believe the Warren Commission Report? No one I ever talked to believes it. And most folks are not going to believe that Seth Rich was the victim of a “botched robbery” either.
If you look at some of the events perpetrated by the Swamp Creatures in Washington that Trump wants to get rid of, over the years, you begin to see sort of a pattern to many of them. As the blogger I quoted earlier said; “Sound familiar?”