THERE IS REPORTEDLY ‘COMPLETE PANIC’ AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE OVER INTERNET HACKER KIM DOTCOM’S DECLARATION THAT SETH RICH WAS THE SOURCE FOR WIKILEAKS.
EVER SINCE DNC STAFFER SETH RICH WAS MURDERED ON THE STREETS OF WASHINGTON D.C., THEORIES SURROUNDING HIS DEATH HAVE BEEN THE TOPIC OF MANY SITES.
OVER THE WEEKEND, CLAIMS THAT SETH RICH WAS THE WIKILEAKS SOURCE WERE REPEATED BY KNOWN HACKER KIM DOTCOM.
HE SAID HE KNEW SETH RICH AND KNEW HE WAS WIKILEAKS’ SOURCE.
Now an anonymous source has come forward on the controversial site 4Chan claiming that there was a ‘complete panic’ at highest levels of DNC over the claims.
‘I know for certain that the Seth Rich case has scared the s**t out of certain high ranking current and former Democratic Party officials,’ he claimed
So far he has not provided evidence on 4Chan to the claims.
Nevertheless, the fact that Rich was murdered execution style on the streets of Washington D.C. Rich was shot in the back while walking home from a bar.
It is just baffling to those following the case.
As far as we know, the police have had to rule out a mugging because his $5,000 watch was still on his arm, along with his wallet full of money.
In spite of D.C. officials and the Rich family having pushed back against conspiracy claims saying there is ‘no Wikileaks connection’ in the homicide investigation, people are starting to come forth.
The nameless individual, who claims to have spent 20 years working in DC, said the latest conspiracy theory, that Rich was killed because he was the source of the DNC leaks, had terrified high ranking officials.
Sean Hannity has since repeated the claims that ‘panic has set in at the highest levels of the Democratic Party.’
‘I know for certain that the Seth Rich case has scared the s**t out of certain high ranking current and former Democratic Party officials,’ the ‘insider’, wrote on the controversial discussion site 4 Chan. A place hackers and informants often troll to give and get information anonymously.
Kim Dotcom has absolute credibility on this subject. He was right in 2015, and was largely laughed at then.