Hannity revisits Seth Rich murder case


Despite being pounded and nearly losing his job earlier over his coverage of the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich, Sean Hannity is back on the topic once again.

During his radio show Thursday, Hannity reportedly brought up the issue of Seth Rich’s July 2016 murder while discussing leaked news about DNC emails.

After Hannity had dug into the Seth Rich case last month, he was silenced, and issued a statement on May 23, saying, “Out of respect for the family’s wishes for now, I am not discussing this matter at this time.”  The family had asked Hannity to “stop politicizing their son’s murder.”

As noted by The HillHannity did bring up the matter again on his radio show Thursday:

“My guess is there are a lot of angry, disgruntled, whistleblowing truth tellers within the DNC that were there that saw the collusion, that saw that the fix was in against Bernie Sanders, that saw that there was corruption at the highest levels.”

“Now I don’t know anything about Seth Rich in this sense. I don’t have any information about why he was murdered except that it was suspicious,” Hannity continued. “And suspicious meaning it wasn’t a robbery as they’ve claimed but otherwise why would you not steal his wallet, his phone, his necklace, his jewelry and watch and everything else.”

In the latest developments, forensic-psychology students and instructors at George Washington University have concluded in an 83-page report of their “Profiling Project” investigation that Seth Rich was likely murdered by a hired killer or serial murderer, and that the killer is likely still at large.

The Profiling Project, in their report just released Tuesday, stated that the “death does not appear to be a random homicide” or “a robbery gone bad,” as police had originally suggested.

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