Judicial Watch is suing the FBI after it was discovered they lied to the courts once again when they made the false claim that they had no information on Seth Rich, who some believe turned over the DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
If that is true, it would make his death extremely suspicious.
The FBI had told the courts that they had no records on a Seth Rich investigation.
Once again, the FBI lied.
Seth Rich’s murder has never been solved. He was found dead on a Washington DC street with all of his belongings intact.
Rich had worked for the DNC, and like so many who have crossed the Clintons, he wound up dead.
Speculation that he was Wikileaks’ source for the DNC emails was fueled after Julian Assange offered a reward for information on his killers.
The FBI had told the court that they had never investigated Rich’s death, and now they say they need to redact most of the information on an investigation that never happened.
Adding fuel to the fire is the discovery that Lisa Page and Peter Strzok discussed Rich’s death, which would not make sense if it was a simple robbery, and the FBI had no information on it.
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch on Thursday announced it filed a lawsuit against the FBI for Seth Rich documents.
Recall, Seth Rich was a DNC staffer who was murdered in the early morning hours of July 10, 2016.
Seth Rich’s murder has not been solved to this day.
After getting caught lying to the Courts and claiming there were no documents related to Seth Rich, emails between FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were uncovered.
Now the FBI is claiming these emails are redacted to protect the investigation they claim never happened.
“There is significant public interest in the Seth Rich murder and the FBI’s game-playing on document production in this case is inexcusable,” JW boss Tom Fitton said.
“There’s references to Seth Rich” in these Lisa Page/Peter Strzok documents, Fitton said.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange never reveals his sources, however he previously hinted Seth Rich may have been murdered for transmitting Hillary Clinton’s 2016 DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
BREAKING: @JudicialWatch Sues FBI for Seth Rich Documents. There is significant public interest in the Seth Rich murder and the FBI’s game-playing on document production in this case is inexcusable. pic.twitter.com/il8OoEI8dO
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) February 13, 2020
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