Crusading attorney battles feds over Seth Rich cover-up


from WND:

Ty Clevenger tells WND latest about epic document-leak case involving murdered DNC staffer

WASHINGTON – Before the government began making examples of Jan. 6 political prisoners for protesting election fraud, Democrat politicians and their operatives were plagued with allegations they had killed a Democrat staffer for trying to expose their scheme to rig the 2016 election.


The murder of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich would be another cold case.

The government concealed evidence from the crime scene, allowed the DNC to engage in a cover-up with a team of cyber security experts, and withheld Rich’s devices that it claimed it didn’t have.

The corporate media still maintains the state-dictated narrative that Rich was killed during a botched robbery and, in tandem with Big Tech, continues to systemically warn that reports of Rich leaking a trove of emails to WikiLeaks founder and political hostage Julian Assange are “fake news” and “conspiracy theories.”

But defense attorney Ty Clevenger is still on the case, leaving no stone unturned, in a legal battle against the Federal Bureau of Investigation that has spanned nearly six years.

This week, a Texas judge’s ruling in a lawsuit Clevenger filed against the FBI is igniting hope that the mystery surrounding Seth Rich’s death and the attendant political scandal may finally be brought to light.

On Tuesday, Judge Amos Mazzant, of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, ordered the FBI to finally turn over Rich’s devices.

“We’re not done yet,” Clevenger told WND in an exclusive interview after the judge issued the order. “The order gave us 14 days to submit proposed schedules for how fast the FBI must produce the evidence.”

“The judge has previously shown impatience with the FBI delays. They wanted 66 years and he made it clear it will not take a long time to do this – they have to produce the files. I don’t know exactly how long that’s going to be, but I’m cautiously optimistic that we’re getting close.”

Indeed, in October 2022, the FBI asked for a whopping 66 years to produce the information if the judge refused to reverse the order. Many asked, what is the government hiding?

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