The suspicious murder of Seth Rich seems to have all the ingredients of a Tom Clancy spy thriller, perhaps equal to CIA analyst Jack Ryan in "Patriot Games."

No doubt the late great mystery author would have had a field day with this “real-life revelation” that somehow Wikileaks was involved in the mysterious death of the 27-year old Democratic Data Director who was gunned down and beaten while walking home through his affluent neighborhood.

Rich’s brutal murder on the morning of July 8th from the beginning seemed suspicious, although some have suggested that it was perhaps a robbery gone wrong, however nothing was taken from the body, all of Rich’s valuables, his wallet, watch and phone were all found intact.

Moreover, where does Wikileaks fit in? Perhaps the answer lies with Julian Assange recent appearance on TV where he ridiculed those who implied that Russia or perhaps Russian hackers were responsible for the avalanche of leaked Democratic emails saying that “anyone” within the Democratic organization could have sent that treasure trove of emails to Wikileaks.

Watch as Assange confirms that Seth Rich was indeed his source of the DNC emails:

Which of course brings us back to Seth Rich who was a DNC staffer and the Voter Expansion Data Director and within that position had access to certain computer servers within the organization.

However perhaps the most intriguing information shared by Wikileaks, aside from the data dump of emails were the series of direct messages from alleged “Russian spy” Guccifer 2.0 to actress-model Robbin Young and the stream of text messages which leads back to the DNC, and an apparent leaker within the organization.

Another theory was that Rich was en route to the FBI on the morning he was murdered to “drop a dime” about an “ongoing court case” possibly involving the Clinton family.

Conspiracy buffs believe that after the leaked emails of Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and her subsequent resignation, that perhaps someone wanted Rich out-of-the-way, obviously, this is simply all speculation.

So far no one has been apprehended, and a statement from the DC’s Metropolitan Police Department on Friday simply stated that there are “no updates” in the case.

H/T: 100PercentFedUp

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