Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Seth Rich's Omaha parents hold DC News conference; reward for his killers rises to $125,000

With no breaks in the case, the parents of Seth Rich, the DNC stffer shot to death July 10th in Washington, D.C., have held a news conference to announce that the reward for information leading to the arrest of their son's killers has risen to $125,000, the result of an additional $100,000 contributed by lobbyist Jack Burkman, who had this to say:
"D.C. is like a political fraternity, this could have happened to any one of us, it could have happened to my republican staff, it could have happened to my democratic staff, I have people working for me and often in those same neighborhoods so it's just something that tugs on your heart strings," Burkman expressed. He says he is also working on producing a reenactment of the crime which he will pay for and hinted at the existence of some footage from a private surveillance camera.
Joel and Mary Rich disclosed new information at their news conference: no shell casings were found at the scene, indicating that their son was shot with a revolver. The D.C. police, who evidently have no new leads, have characterized Rich's murders as a robbery, although his cell phone, watch, wallet and credit cards were found on his person.

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