The highly controversial unsolved murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich may be getting closer to resolution after an online forensic investigator revealed his latest discovery.
During the 2016 presidential election, democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was rocked by a series of email leaks that were eventually published by whistleblower extraordinaire Julian Assange, detailing a number of damning revelations about the former First Lady. Of these disturbing disclosures, one fact reigned supreme: Clinton was colluding with the DNC to completely nullify Bernie Sanders’ chances of competing for the nomination – a move that doomed Hillary in the general election as a massive contingent of democratic voters turned away from her inherent corruption.
As Clinton and the DNC attempted to discover who was behind the leaks, a DNC staffer by the name of Seth Rich became the prime suspect. Before Rich could be confirmed, or even questioned, he was murdered in what police are calling a “botched robbery”. Of course, knowing that Hillary Clinton was slighted by Rich’s purported move, and having revealed that Rich was still in possession of his phone, wallet, and watch after being murdered, many have questioned the official story.
To further distance themselves from the likely political assassination of Rich, the DNC concocted a harebrained story in which they blamed the Russians for releasing those DNC emails to Wikileaks. The only problem, according to one researcher, is that the files were removed from the DNC servers locally, as evidenced by technological forensics.
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“New meta-analysis has emerged from a document published today by an independent researcher known as The Forensicator, which suggests that files eventually published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona were likely initially downloaded by a person with physical access to a computer possibly connected to the internal DNC network. The individual most likely used a USB drive to copy the information. The groundbreaking new analysis irrevocably destroys the Russian hacking narrative, and calls the actions of Crowdstrike and the DNC into question.“The document supplied to Disobedient Media via Adam Carter was authored by an individual known as The Forensicator. The full document referenced here has been published on their blog. Their analysis indicates the data was almost certainly not accessed initially by a remote hacker, much less one in Russia. If true, this analysis obliterates the Russian hacking narrative completely.
“The document states that the files that eventually published as ‘NGP-VAN’ by Guccifer 2.0 were first copied to a system located in the Eastern Time Zone, with this conclusion supported by the observation that ‘the .7z file times, after adjustment to East Coast time fall into the range of the file times in the .rar files.’ This constitutes the first of a number of points of analysis which suggests that the information eventually published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona was not obtained by a Russian hacker.”
Once again, the official narrative of the left has been dismantled by independent sources.
Unfortunately for the democrats, this latest bout of technical information will open up yet another avenue of doubt in the official story of Seth Rich’s untimely demise. By completely eviscerating the Russian hacker hypothesis, we are left with no other option than to investigate someone with insider access to the DNC computers – something that Rich most certainly possessed. Coupled with his mysterious death and completely appropriate timing, there is little doubt left that a scandal is afoot.