Hacker Drops Seth Rich Bombshell, Could Blow Case Wide Open

03/09/2018 10:48

by Martin Walsh


New Zealand-based hacker and political activist Kim Dotcom claims the hacking of the Democratic National Committee in 2016 was an inside job. If that’s true, it could blow the case of the mysterious murder of former DNC staffer Seth Rich wide open.

It all began Sunday when President Donald Trump explained on Twitter that he had never denied the possibility of Russia meddling in the 2016 presidential election, saying at one point that “it may be Russia, or China or another country or group, or it may be a 400 pound genius sitting in bed and playing with his computer.” 

In response to that tweet, Dotcom tweeted that the DNC was hacked by “an insider with a memory stick,” adding, “Special Counsel Mueller is not interested in my evidence. My lawyers wrote to him twice. He never replied.”  See his response below:

Dotcom asserts that the DNC files were copied at a speed that wouldn’t be possible by someone on the other side of the planet — like in Russia or China.

Dotcom’s claim was validated by analysis conducted last year by a researcher named Forensicator, who determined the DNC files were copied at a rate of 22.6 megabits per second.


He claims it wouldn’t be possible for someone on the other side of globe to copy network files that quickly.  As noted by WND, Dotcom’s explosive statement coupled with analysis from Forensicator lends credibility to the theory that Rich was involved, to an extent, in the “hack.”


Rich was shot and killed in July of 2016 while walking home at night in Washington, D.C.  Police ruled it was a failed robbery attempt, but conspiracies have circulated that he was murdered for giving the hacked DNC files to WikiLeaks, which released emails from the DNC during the 2016 presidential election.


Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman John Podesta reported in March 2016 that his email was “hacked,” and his emails were released by WikiLeaks, according to The Washington Post.

There’s certainly some evidence that lends credibility to the theory that Rich was the individual who leaked the files to WikiLeaks.   If Rich was responsible for “hacking” the DNC, that would also expose the Democrats’ claim that the Russians hacked their servers and cost them the election.

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