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FBI finally admits it has possession of Seth Rich laptop


LawflogAfter three years of claiming that it could not find any records about murdered Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich, the FBI admitted today that it has thousands of pages of information about him, further admitting that it has custody of his laptop.

So what changed between then and now? Here’s an excerpt from the email that I received this morning from an attorney representing the FBI against my client, Brian Huddleston, in Huddleston v. FBI, Case No. 4:20-CV-00447 (E.D. Tex.)

In his 2018 declaration, Mr. Hardy also testified that the Metropolitan Police Department in D.C. was solely responsible for investigating Mr. Rich’s murder. So why does the FBI have Mr. Rich’s laptop rather than MPD? And after fighting tooth and nail to hide this information for so long, why is the FBI coming clean now?

I reported on this earlier but the original source was down. This revelation unfortunately provides far more questions than answers.

This entry was published Thu Dec 10 08:35:56 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-10 08:35:56.0. [Tweet]

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