Another addition to the Clinton Dead Pool?

Washington DC’s up-and-coming Bloomingdale neighborhood remains gripped by fear three week after the murder there of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich — with still no reported leads, suspects or arrests in the killing.

At the same time, conspiracy theories surrounding the murder have reached a new frenzy, especially after the hacking of DNC e-mails led to the resignation of its chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Rich was beaten, shot and killed early on the morning of July 8 while he was walking home and talking on the phone to his girlfriend. Police have said they haven’t determined if his murder was a botched robbery or something else. The killer or killers appear to have taken nothing from their victim, leaving behind his wallet, watch and phone.

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3 Responses to Another addition to the Clinton Dead Pool?

  1. Rurik says:

    Probably had something to do with his job “Voter expansion” which sounds like a euphemism for election fraud. Maybe he was a man who just knew a little too much.

  2. truthzzzz says:

    That young man knew way too much. He was likely a true believer in doing the right thing.
    He sounds like the exact opposite of Hillary.

    The guy was going to publicize what he knew about the Democrat voter expansion and other Democrat efforts that he knew of.
    That he did not do so immediately is usually a means to a short life.
    If you are going to tell the truth, you had better make it that you have told the truth to many many people and the information is well distributed. That eaves no real benefit to “them” to hasten your permanent exit as a solution to their problem. Knowing something unrevealed is very often a death sentence, especially if they know that you know, and more especially if they know that you are about to talk. There is no tomorrow in that situation. “They” will get you unless you have publicized what you know.

    He sounded like a good young man. Sad.

  3. Steve says:

    It sounds like he was arkancided, which is unfortunate. The bandwidth was exceeded the main site, but here is a mirror of the website.

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