The party of treason blamed the DNC email dump on Russia, on a Trump-Russia alliance and other tales spun out of pure fiction in order to distract voters from the contents of those bombshell DNC emails.
WikiLeaks is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. In an Aug. 8 interview with Dutch TV (scroll down), WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke about the Rich murder case.
Rich’s father told The Washington Post that Seth’s watch, wallet and credit cards were not taken, but he thinks Rich was “killed after resisting a robbery in which the assailant got nothing.”
“BREAKING: Murdered DNC staffer was Wikileaks’ source, Assange admits in interview,” CTN, August 9, 2015:
In July, a Democratic National Committee staffer named Seth Rich was gunned down in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of northwest D.C. The police said his murder may have been the result of a robbery. Now, however, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is saying there is more to the story.
In an interview with a Dutch media outlet known as Nieuwsuur on Tuesday, Assange admitted that Rich, a staffer in the voter data department of the DNC, was Wikileak’s source within the organization.
In recent weeks, Wikileaks has released a torrent of information from inside the DNC — from emails to memos to voicemails — that has resulted in the resignation of top party officials, including Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. According to Assange, Rich arranged a large portion of this information.
After Rich’s murder, Assange announced that Wikileaks was offering a $20,000 reward for anyone who could provide information leading to an arrest and conviction in Rich’s murder case.
Assange’s interview with Nieuwsuur on Tuesday was the first time that the Wikileaks founder ever has revealed one of their sources.