The FBI lost a case to conceal the contents of murdered DNC member Seth Rich’s laptop… Now they want 66 years to hand it over… What are they hiding?
Published on 3.11.2022
The details of the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich continue to be shrouded in secrecy, as the mainstream media, the FBI and the Democratic National Committee itself have gone out of their way to prevent people from investigating the matter. .
Companies have been pressured to pull their ads from FOX News after Sean Hannity was one of the few mainstream media personalities to address the issue.
The anonymous ‘Guccifer 2.0’ account, which allegedly corresponded with Wikileaks before the DNC emails leaked, claimed the person who gave them the emails was named ‘Seth’. No one has followed up on this claim.
The FBI has fought tooth and nail to resist FOIA requests from concerned citizens who have tried to shed light on Seth Rich’s murder.
After claiming that they wanted to protect the contents of Seth Rich’s laptop to protect his family, they changed their minds and claimed that this would reveal confidential FBI sources.
After losing in court, they now claim it will take 66 years to release the documents.
New filing in Seth Rich’s laptop FOIA casehttps:
- The FBI says they have CDs containing images of Seth Rich’s laptop. The footage was provided to them by local law enforcement. The FBI has not opened an investigation into the murder of Seth Rich.
In the new filing, government lawyers said the FBI never extracted the data, which it revealed was from a law enforcement agency. They said the information is on a compact disc containing images of the laptop.
“The FBI has not opened an investigation into the murder of Seth Rich, and has not provided technical or investigative assistance to any investigation into the murder of Seth Rich. Therefore, the FBI never extracted the data from the compact disc and never processed the information contained on the disc,” they said.
To produce this information, the FBI would have to convert the information on the disk into pages and then examine those pages to delete the information in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, according to the government.
If Mazzant upholds his order, the FBI is asking for a long period of time to complete the work – 66 years, or 500 pages per month.