The news comes so fast these days it is hard to keep up with other developments that are popping up all over the place. One of my long term topics to follow is the Seth Rich case and its long winding mess of a coverup.
Last month Ty Clevenger broke the news about the FBI 3 year cover-up of the investigation in whole at Lawflog.com. Today his is breaking the CIA’s nondenial of spying on related American citizens in the case.
The Central Intelligence Agency will neither confirm nor deny that it fabricated the Russian “fingerprints” in Democratic National Committee emails published in 2016 by “Guccifer 2.0,” and the FBI implicitly acknowledged today that it never reviewed the contents of DNC employee Seth Rich’s laptop despite gaining custody of the laptop after his murder.
The revelations came in two separate Freedom of Information Act lawsuits filed by my clients in the Eastern District of Texas. For those of you who live under a rock, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange strongly implied in a 2016 interview that the leaked DNC emails came from Mr. Rich, while the political / bureaucratic / media establishment has steadfastly maintained that the emails were hacked by agents of Russia.
The latest admissions blow a hole in the government / media narrative, suggesting that federal officials not only ignored Seth Rich’s role in the leaks, but fraudulently shifted the blame to RussiaRead more from Ty here
Thankfully Ty is not letting the case go and as he moves forward I would expect more and more massive disclosures to come.