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FBI Documents Bombshell: Undisclosed Entity Could’ve Paid For Seth Rich’s Murder

Justin Malonson

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The FBI on Friday finally released the requested documents on murdered DNC operative Seth Rich.

For years the FBI denied there were any documents on Seth Rich’s unsolved murder.
But we caught them in this lie.

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And then they released the documents Friday but they were highly redacted.

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The FBI cannot be trusted.

The FBI finally released the documents to Attorney Ty Clevenger Friday.

On Sunday OAN reported the FBI documents reveal an undisclosed entity wanted to pay for Seth Rich’s death.

Via OAN:

The FBI released the records of murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich, which the agency had previously claimed didn’t exist. The FBI documents, released over the weekend, appear to show that an undisclosed entity either wanted to pay or actually paid a lot of money to get Seth Rich killed.

The files show that top DOJ officials met in 2018 to discuss Rich’s murder and investigators found no suspicious conduct by Rich before he died.

Rich was shot dead in front of his Washington D.C. home in 2016.

Democrats and mainstream media have baselessly dismissed Rich’s murder as a “conspiracy theory” and claimed it was a robbery, although none of his valuable items was taken. However, FBI documents appear to suggest Rich could have been a victim of foul play tied to D.C. politics.

Here are the Seth Rich documents released by the FBI.

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