New Lawsuit Filed In Seth Rich Murder Mystery 

The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department has been very stingy with the information surrounding the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. This runs contrary to their usual policy of using the release of information to solve crimes. The Murder of Mr. Rich is of high interest due to his purported link to the DNC email leaks. The lawsuit wants to get the police department to show what they have. Why has the MDC police been slow to solve this crime? They are not saying. That makes the case that much more interesting, and the family needs some closure as well. Read all the details on the FOIA lawsuit below.

As Written By Ted Goodman for the Daily Caller:

Washington, D.C. lobbyist and attorney Jack Burkman is filing a lawsuit Wednesday to force the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to release information regarding the murder of Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich.

“The release of this crucial material will help bring peace to the victim’s family, and it will help to either confirm or refute the various theories that swirl about this important murder case,” the lawsuit says.

Rich, 27, was the voter expansion data director at the DNC, according to Roll Call, and had been employed for two years. Rich also worked on a computer application to help voters locate polling stations, and had just accepted a job with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

According to MPD reports, officers patrolling the Bloomingdale neighborhood heard gunshots around 4:20 a.m. on the morning of July 10, 2016. Officers discovered a “conscious and breathing” Rich at 2100 Flagler Place in northwest Washington, D.C.

Police have not yet solved the case, and have closely guarded information regarding his murder from the press. “We don’t want this investigation playing …….


Jack Burkman Files Lawsuit In Seth Rich Murder Mystery | The Daily Caller

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