Clinton Body Count Details – Seth Rich’s Father: ‘He Had Been Asked to Join Hillary Clinton’s Campaign 4 Days Before He Was Murdered’ – VIDEO

Today Wikileaks released some information about Seth Rich and more Clinton body count details. He was a DNC staffer who was murdered July 10, 2016.

Per the Gateway Pundit:

Wikileaks released a series of private messages between alleged ‘Russian spy’ Guccifer 2.0 and actress Robin Young. In the stream of texts, Guccifer 2.0 tells Young that Seth Rich was one of his whistleblowers. This news has reignited the calls to solve Seth Rich’s murder.

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Rumors have been swirling that Seth Rich was possibly murdered by a hit man because he was likely the source of the DNC leak. Seth Rich’s father, Joel Rich, said in an August 2016 interview with Daily Mail that Seth Rich had been asked to join Hillary Clinton’s campaign 4 days before he was murdered.

At the time of his death, Seth Rich was the Voter Expansion Data Director at the DNC, where he had been employed for two years and had worked on a computer application.

Police reports confirm that nothing was stolen from Seth Rich. He still had his watch, wallet and phone on him when police arrived which indicate this was not an attempted robbery, rather a murder for other purposes.

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