BREAKING: Family Spox Says There May be NEW Surveillance Tape in SETH RICH Murder Case (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.

Shortly after the killing, Redditors and social media users were pursuing a “lead” saying that Rich was en route to the FBI the morning of his murder, apparently intending to speak to special agents about an “ongoing court case” possibly involving the Clinton family.

Seth Rich’s father Joel told reporters, “If it was a robbery — it failed because he still has his watch, he still has his money — he still has his credit cards, still had his phone so it was a wasted effort except we lost a life.”

The Metropolitan police posted a reward for information on Rich’s murder.
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in August Wikileaks offered a $20,000 reward for information on the murder of DNC staffer Seth rich.

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

Now this…
There may be new surveillance tape in the Seth Rich murder case.

Jack Burkman, a spokesman for the Seth Rich family, joined The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV on Tuesday.

Jack Burkman: Some of the surveillance footage has legs. We know there is two people, we strongly suggest there is two people instead of one… Now interesting Steve we can break some news here. We just learned that there may be additional private video… We believe we have located additional private video that could be useful.

Via The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV:

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