A U.S. federal judge has issued a directive to the FBI, instructing the bureau to release all evidence and files related to the murder case of former DNC staffer Seth Rich. Rich, a 27-year-old Democratic National Committee employee, was fatally shot on July 10, 2016, in Washington, D.C. Despite the investigation, the assailants were never captured.
Law enforcement initially considered the incident a possible robbery, but no belongings were taken. Rich’s mother noted signs of a struggle in an interview with NBC’s Washington affiliate WRC-TV.
“His hands were bruised, his knees are bruised, his face is bruised, and yet he had two shots to his back, and yet they never took anything …
“They didn’t finish robbing him, they just took his life.”
Seth Rich has been a long-standing suspect as the possible source who leaked Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign emails to WikiLeaks before the election. WikiLeaks, under Julian Assange’s leadership, published emails from Clinton and her campaign chief, John Podesta. Attorney Ty Clevenger has persistently pressed the DOJ and FBI to uncover the truth about the email source, a crucial aspect in the Russia collusion narrative.
If Russia did not supply emails to WikiLeaks, it would expose the foundation of the collusion story as false. Despite this, the FBI has never sought information from WikiLeaks about the email source. Assange, who holds this knowledge, remains incarcerated and isolated from the outside world. Despite years of FBI and DOJ denials, a judge in September demanded that they disclose all information they possessed regarding Seth Rich.
Nevertheless, the FBI countered by requesting an additional 66 years before disclosing the information. In a recent development, a federal judge has mandated that the FBI release evidence related to Seth Rich’s murder, as reported by the Gateway Pundit. This comes as a significant development because just a year ago, in October 2022, the FBI sought to keep information on Rich’s case under wraps for decades.
Despite the potential significance of this revelation, mainstream media has consistently avoided covering the controversial story surrounding Rich’s suspicious death. Judge Amos L. Mazzant has now decreed that the FBI must provide Rich’s personal laptop, work laptop, a DVD, and thumb drive within the next 14 days. Attorney Ty Clevenger forwarded a copy of the court ruling to The Gateway Pundit. According to court documents, Mazzant’s ruling states:
“A timeline for the disclosure of information on Seth Rich’s personal laptop, Seth Rich’s work laptop, the DVD and tape drive within 14 days following the issuance of this Memorandum of Opinion and Order.”
OH SNAP! A judge has ordered the FBI to turn over Seth Rich's personal laptop and other information within 14 days
Seth Rich is the guy that was murdered because he most likely had incriminating information on many Democrats pic.twitter.com/wlhWiIIfQA
— George (@BehizyTweets) November 29, 2023
“A judge has ordered the FBI to turn over the laptop of murdered Democrat staffer Seth Rich.
Judge Amos L. Mazzant ordered “a timeline for the disclosure of information on Seth Rich’s personal laptop, Seth Rich’s work laptop, the DVD and tape drive within 14 days following issuance of this Memorandum of Opinion and Order” on Wednesday morning.
Rich, who worked for the Democratic National Committee, was killed on July 10, 2016, while making his way home from a night out in Washington, D.C. He was speaking to his girlfriend on the phone when shots were heard.”
Seth Rich. pic.twitter.com/W1WPpwwIfs
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) November 29, 2023
The absence of clear information surrounding Rich’s death has generated considerable confusion. Official reports attribute Rich’s demise to a “botched” robbery attempt, and the perpetrator has never been identified. Over the years, there have been reports suggesting that Rich may have become a target after allegedly leaking DNC emails to WikiLeaks just before his untimely death. Notably, the FBI had previously thwarted a FOIA request concerning details about Rich’s death.