Wikileaks Offers $20,000 Reward for Info on DNC Seth Rich Murder Case
August 11, 2016 - Via Open Media News
On Tuesday, Wikileaks stated that they were offering a $20,000 reward for information regarding the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. The announcement came within the same day that Julian Assange suggested that Seth Rich was in fact a source.
Seth Rich was a 27-year old DNC staffer who was murdered on July 10th. He was assumed to have been gunned down during a robbery, yet none of his possessions were taken. But ultimately the motive of the murder have been unconfirmed and no suspects have been found. And as of Tuesday, Wikileaks is offering $20,000 for information in connection with Rich’s murder.
Seth Rich’s Position Within the DNC
Aside from the suggestions Julian Assange gave in regards to Seth Rich, there are other important details that should be emphasized. Most notably, Rich was a Voter Expansion Data Director. The job has a focus on voter registration and making sure that everyone who wishes to vote, has the opportunity. And with many voters worried about the potential of election fraud come November, this is important. Assange’s suggestion at Rich being a source has led many to think that Rich was the source of the DNC email leak.
However, based on his role inside the DNC he could have been a source of currently unreleased material. One can only speculate what type of information that material would include. But if Rich was indeed a source, the information may have been exposing election fraud, either already committed or planned for the coming election. But one thing we do know, more information on Hillary Clinton is coming.