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Kim Dotcom Says He Knew Seth Rich and Believed Him to be WikiLeaks Source

Tech mogul and transparency activist Kim Dotcom has made a big announcement about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.

Rumors and mystery have surrounded Rich’s unsolved death, which took place in DC at the height of the controversy around WikiLeaks’ publication of leaked DNC emails. The emails showed the Democrat Party structure colluding with Hillary Clinton’s team to take down Bernie Sanders in the primary, among other explosive details.

The source of the emails is still unknown. While Democrats and the liberal media have been saying that Russia “hacked” the election – it’s still unclear what exactly that is supposed to mean – knowledgable sources have pointed out that Russia has nothing to do with WikiLeaks’ revelations.

But many people believe it to be the slain Rich. For example, a private investigator has told reporters that he has proof Rich was in contact with WikiLeaks before his death.

Now, Kim Dotcom has added to that theory in a series of tweets.

Sean Hannity has reached out to Dotcom about coming onto his show to discuss this bombshell claim.

As for Dotcom’s credibility and connection to WikiLeaks, Dotcom has been at the forefront of fighting against government secrecy and censorship. He has battled several national governments over their illegal accessing and use of private information.

Dotcom knows his stuff. He is a world-renowned hacker and Internet activist. He has made it his life’s work to make the Internet open and free from government intrusion and corruption.

Kim Dotcom’s Story

The Internet mogul made his name and fortune with the creation of file hosting service MegaUpload. The site allowed users to upload massive amounts of data to share across the web. MegaUpload was shut down by the FBI due to copyright infringement and fraud allegations.

Before that, Dotcom spent time in jail in his native Germany on charges of hacking, embezzlement, and identity theft. He then traveled to Thailand, Hong Kong, and eventually New Zealand where he currently resides. Meanwhile, United States authorities have attempted to extradite Dotcom and his associates to the United States to face charges. He has gone through several appeals processes and in February of this year, New Zealand’s High Court endorsed the extradition of Dotcom and other MegaUpload co-conspirators.

What will come of Kim Dotcom’s revelation? Will we ever get to the truth of the Seth Rich murder? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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