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After years of denying that they looked into the mysterious death of Seth Rich, the FBI quietly released redacted documents revealing that they had indeed looked in the details of the DNC operative’s murder.
For those who don’t remember, Rich was shot and killed back in 2016, and his murder remains unsolved.
Many pundits tried to make a connection between Seth, a Democratic insider, and the massive DNC email leak just before the election that year. For many, the details of Rich’s demise didn’t add up. Some even claimed that the Clintons were involved.
The FBI claimed it did not have a file on Rich and left local police to deal with the matter.
Well, it now looks like that was all a lie. You can look at the documents for yourself on the FBI’s website here.
Attorneys had pushed the FBI to turn over any information they had on Rich’s murder, but they claimed they had nothing. They finally handed over a few documents to Ty Clevenger, A Brooklyn lawyer that’s been trying to get to the bottom of what happened to Rich.
Now, the FBI has dumped a ton of documents on its public website, though most of the pages are heavily redacted.
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