Killing Seth Rich


Thirty years ago I had a cousin who was killed under very mysterious circumstances.  There is a heck of a lot to the story, not that we know much.  His death was never properly investigated to the point where it always haunted my mother.  We felt he was murdered.  It still makes me angry, thinking about it.  The point is, as someone who has been in the same position as the Rich family, I am well aware closure would be nice.  I want to know what happened.  I want to see those involved locked up for the rest of their lives, but it isn’t going to happen.

The other night I was watching something on ID.  The family of a murdered woman kept hounding the cops for nearly 50 years until they solved it.  That’s what normal families do.  They want to know why their loved one was killed.   That is normal.  What the Rich family is doing is far from normal.

When people behave in a situation that is less than normal, you begin to wonder why.  Some of the very same news generating networks who supply anchors and stories to ID, etc. refuse to touch it.  We’re talking the media that turned OJ into a circus, and made a media star out of Casey Anthony.  They love a sensational story.  Let’s put it this way.  Back in the 1960s, an alleged girl friend of JFK ended up dead.  Her murder was never investigated. She was connected to someone who had ties to various alphabet soup agencies.

Why cover up Seth Rich’s murder and not investigate it?  Why would his family be so silenced that they are allegedly trying to silence anyone in the press?

Then, there is this: