JUST IN: FBI Makes Disturbing Seth Rich Announcement

by Chester C.

It’s been over a year since DNC staffer Seth Rich was mysteriously murdered in Washington D.C., and we still have very few answers. Though police ruled that Rich’s death was a robbery gone wrong, many believe he was murdered because he was allegedly WikiLeaks’ source within the DNC.

Now, a disturbing new revelation has been made about Rich’s case that has left many shocked.

Journalist Jerome Corsi just obtained a copy of the Washington Metropolitan D.C. Police Department report detailing the burglary of an FBI vehicle on July 10, 2016, the night of Rich’s murder.

Corsi wrote that the report not only makes “it clear the incident was unrelated to the Seth Rich murder case, but also revealing that after WikiLeaks began publishing the DNC emails on July 22, the FBI changed the time of the vehicle break-in and weapons theft to a time before Seth Rich was killed on July 10, so as to link the two events and suggest his killers were the burglars who stole the FBI weapons from the car.”

“The FBI altered the facts of the July 10 vehicle break-in and weapons theft evidently to deflect attention from Seth Rich as the individual who may have leaked to WikiLeaks DNC emails Rich may have stolen by suggesting his death was a random act of violence, not a political murder designed to silence him and/or to prevent him from leaking additional documents he may have stolen from DNC computers,” he continued.

Corsi explained that this report is a crucial piece of evidence that changes the entire case.

“Perhaps most importantly, the report establishes that in reporting the incident, FBI agent Matthew Laird stated had parked his car outside 823 7th Street NE, on July 10, 2016, for approximately one hour, starting at 6:45 a.m. ET, until 7:49 a.m. ET, at which time the window of the Ford Expedition was smashed, and two weapons were stolen – a Glock 22 handgun and a AR-15 Colt assault rifle. The report was filed at 7:50 a.m., indicating Agent Laird had claimed the break-in occurred one minute before he reported the incident,” Corsi wrote. “This would place the time of the robbery of the two weapons from the FBI car as occurring after Seth Rich was murdered, at 4:19 a.m. ET on the morning of July 10, 2016.”

What do you think is the explanation behind Rich’s death? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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