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On July 8, 2016 Seth Rich was murdered in DC. He was left with his wallet, phone and watch, so they failed if it was. Was Seth Rich DNC leaker murdered? Assange hints he may be.

Shortly after he was murdered many people online, including people on Reddit, began to speculate as to what happened. There is a large faction of people that believe he was headed to the FBI when he was murdered. It is suggested he was headed to speak about an "ongoing court case" with the Clinton family.

Seth's father, Joel spoke with the media.  He said if it was a robbery they failed, because they took nothing of Seth's.

There was even a reward posted by the Metropolitan Police so they can get any information that helps lead them to an arrest.

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On top of that, Wikileaks also offered a $20,000 reward for any information with regards to Seth Rich. Then there came so much more revealing information. Check out this clip of Julian Assange so you can hear the statements he makes.


It's almost like Julian suggests that DNC Leaker Seth Rich was murdered. And it seems as if they suggest he was their source for information from the DNC.

Here is the direct quote from the video:

Julian Assange: Whistleblowers go to significant efforts to get us material and often very significant risks. As a 27 year-old, works for the DNC, was shot in the back, murdered just a few weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in Washington.

Reporter: That was just a robbery, I believe. Wasn’t it?

Julian Assange: No. There’s no finding. So… I’m suggesting that our sources take risks.

DNC Leaker Seth Rich


This is incredible Out of all of the information and evidence that suggests foul play by the Clintons, so this tops everything.

While the mainstream media refuses to post stories like this, we need to move beyond them. We must get this out. Please like and share on Facebook and Twitter so we can make this go viral.

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