JUDICIAL WATCH Files FOIA Requests to DC Police and DC Mayor For Seth Rich Murder Investigation Docs (VIDEO)

President of watchdog group Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton discussed the controversy surrounding the murder of DNC staffer, Seth Rich.

Fitton said that Judicial Watch has filed Freedom of Information Act requests to the D.C. Police Department and D.C. Mayor for documents pertaining to the Seth Rich murder investigation.

Tom Fitton: “We (Judicial Watch) have filed Freedom of Information requests to the D.C. Police Department and the D.C. Mayor’s office last week. We have an FBI request pending from last year and of course separately we are asking questions of the Federal Freedom of Information Act about the DNC hack itself.”

 

 

The backstory on slain DNC staffer, Seth Rich:

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.

The parents of slain DNC staffer Seth Rich demand that the D.C. police reveal the details of the murder investigation after reports surfaced that he may have been the source of WikiLeaks emails.

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:

 

This past weekend entrepreneur and hacker Kim DotCom admitted he was involved in the Wikileaks Podesta email scandal along with Seth Rich.

It wasn’t the Russians.

On Monday Wikileaks founder Julian Assange tweeted out a cryptic message on Seth Rich.

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