Investigator Says Police Told To “Stand Down” Following DNC Seth Rich Murder (VIDEO)

On July 8, 2016, 27 year-old Democratic staffer Seth Conrad Rich was murdered in Washington DC. The killer or killers took nothing from their victim, leaving behind his wallet, watch and phone.

The murder of rising star political operative Seth Rich is right out of the pages of a D.C. political thriller. Rich was found murdered outside his D.C. apartment in the midst of a heated presidential campaign between outsider Donald Trump and longtime political power player, Hillary Clinton and the entirety of the Clinton Machine.

Rumors persist that Mr. Rich was the source of at least some of the hacked emails from the DNC that were later published en masse by Wikileaks that showed the rampant racism and arrogance among top tier Democrat Party elite. Authorities quickly declared Rich’s murder a robbery and yet, none of Seth Rich’s valuables were taken including his watch and his wallet. He was simply found shot dead.

 

Mr Wheeler claimed sources have given him 'confirmed' evidence that Mr Rich was in contact with WikiLeaks and a DC police insider has told him they were 'told to stand down on this case'

At the time of his death, Rich was also involved in what some reports have described as a “highly important voter registration program” for the DNC. (See below) The DNC has not been forthcoming since Mr. Rich’s death regarding what that program might have been – though some have suggested he was preparing to blow the whistle on what was and likely remains, a massive voter fraud program:

 

Burkman claimed to have been contacted by a former US intelligence officer who claimed 'it [the murder] was arranged by the Russian government at a very high level'And now former D.C. detective and current independent investigator Rod Wheeler says there is evidence to suggest Rich was a source for the leaked DNC docs to Wikileaks but that from day one the investigation into Rich’s death was given a “stand down” order:

 

The family hired Rod Wheeler to investigate their son’s murder. Wheeler told FOX 5 DC on Monday there is tangible evidence on Rich’s laptop that confirms he was communicating with WikiLeaks prior to his death.

Rod Wheeler spoke with FOX 5 in DC in late March about Seth’s murder.

Wheeler told a reporter on the ground in Washington DC local police were told to stand down on Seth Rich investigation.

Rod Wheeler: The police department nor the FBI haven’t been cooperating at all. I believe that the answer to solving his death lies on that computer which I believe is at the the police department or the FBI.

Reporter: But you have sources at the FBI saying there is information that could link Seth Rich to Wikileaks.

Rod Wheeler: Actually I have a source inside the police department that has looked at me straight in the eye and said Rod we were told to stand down on this case and I can’t share any information with you. That is very unusual for a murder investigation especially from a police department… I do believe there is a correlation between the mayor’s office and the DNC. And that’s the information that will come out tomorrow.

Rod Wheeler believes there is a cover up. And why would the Police Dept be told to back down? #SethRich #WIKILEAKS #InsideJob pic.twitter.com/5g45vb3GBT

— 🎀Tay 🎀 (@ThatsMissThot2U) May 16, 2017

Julian Assange also suggested in August that Seth Rich was a Wikileaks informant.
Via Mike Cernovich:

NOW THIS—-
ON MONDAY — Seth Rich Family Detective Tells FOX 5 DC THERE IS EVIDENCE Their Son was “Emailing” Wikileaks.

The implications of what Mr. Wheeler is suggesting are significant. Who would benefit most by silencing Mr. Rich?

Certainly the DNC – as well as the person the DNC’s was working to hard to secure victor for in the 2016 presidential election.

Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Whatever evidence may or may not be on Seth Rich’s laptop continues to be under lock and key – the same place so many other D.C. – related truths go to die.

Another Clinton Bodybag?  What do YOU think?

 

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