Be very careful when you offer a reward for who killed Seth Rich!

Do you want a better investigation and closure over the question of who killed Seth Rich? Mr. Rich was an employee of the DNC who reportedly involved in the leaks of DNC emails. What you should probably not do then is offer a $130,000 reward for information leading to the discovery of his killer. Conservative lobbyist Jack Berkman made that offer and has just suffered a mysterious professional-style attack upon his person. Here are the details.

As Written and Reported By Jack Crowe for the Daily Caller:

A well-known conservative lobbyist was sprayed with a “caustic substance” by a masked attacker outside his Arlington home Tuesday, according to local police.

Jack Burkman, who made headlines again in 2016 by offering a $130,000 reward for information on the mysterious murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich, was reportedly attacked Tuesday. Local police told The Washington Post they have not yet determined the perpetrator’s identity.

Burkman told WaPo he was returning from the grocery store when a man wearing a ski mask jumped out of a black SUV, sprayed him in the face with what appeared to be pepper spray, and hit him the head before speeding away.

The Republican strategist said he thought “the end is coming” when he spotted the man approaching him, adding that the attack “seemed professional.” He had trouble pinning down who exactly might have cause to attack him.

“You could have 10 different causal nexi,” he said.

While Burkman certainly drew the ire of many in the capital by fanning Seth Rich conspiracy theories and giving them a platform on a website he created for that purpose, the attack may have been motivated by more……

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Conservative Lobbyist Violently Attacked | The Daily Caller

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