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UPDATE: FBI Stalls In Seth Rich Case, Refuses To Hand Over Evidence

Can there be a more corrupt entity than the FBI?

The agency has done everything in its power to delay handing over the evidence in the Seth Rich case. For those who missed it, Seth Rich was the slain DNC staffer found dead in Washington DC in 2016.

Much speculation has abounded regarding Rich’s untimely death, with some speculating that it may have been Rich who was responsible for leaking information to Wikileaks during the run-up to the 2016 election.

A litigant in Texas has sued for the content of Seth Rich’s laptop to be released via a Freedom of Information Request.

Unfortunately, the FBI has not complied with this request despite being ordered by the court on two separate occasions to produce the information from Rich’s laptop.


The latest reports indicate that the FBI is once again stalling for time and refuses to release the contents of the Seth Rich laptop.

On January 11, 2024, the government bureau filed a motion requesting yet another delay in producing the information. Here’s more on the story:

According to The Epoch Times:

In a Jan. 11 filing, the FBI asked U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant to hear another round of arguments against producing records.

Mr. Rich’s work computer, for instance, should be able to be withheld under exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the bureau said it plans to argue.

Amuse asked the question on everyone’s minds: “My question is simple: Why is the FBI so committed to keeping the American people from seeing the laptop of a 27-year-old political staffer who held no security clearances? Seth Rich died 8-years-ago. Why is the FBI defying the court’s order?”

Previously, Newsweek reported:

Texas Judge Amos L. Mazzant ordered “a timeline for the disclosure of information on Seth Rich’s personal laptop, Seth Rich’s work laptop, the DVD and tape drive within 14 days following issuance of this Memorandum of Opinion and Order” on Wednesday morning.


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