Seth Rich was murder one year ago yet the Communist media complex has no interest. What they hiding?
Earlier this week the Metropolitan Police Department was scheduled to meet with Capitol Hill investigators, the purpose of which was to discuss the death of Seth Rick last summer. It never happened.
According to homicide detective, Rod Wheeler, the Metropolitan Police Department within hours of the meeting cancelled. Why and what does it have to do with the Awan family?
WND by Alicia Powe
Wheeler, who previously worked as the Rich family’s private investigator, told WND he had arranged the meeting between House investigators looking into the alleged Russian interference in the election and members of the MPD probing the unsolved murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Why would they cancel?’
Incidentally, during one of Wheeler’s own discussions with House investigators probing the Russia case, he claims, they asked him: What do you know about the Awan brothers?
As WND reported, Imran Awan was arrested by federal agents Tuesday at Dulles Airport in Virginia as he attempted to flee to Pakistan. Awan, who has been charged with bank fraud, headed a group of at least five IT contractors working for dozens of House Democrats, including former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla. He is suspected of much more, including the possible theft of sensitive information from the office computers of numerous Democratic Party lawmakers and sending that data to a secret server. Awan has somehow acquired the services of one of the top power attorneys in Washington, Chris Gowen, who is deeply connected to Bill and Hillary Clinton[…]
The Awan family, the DNC computers/breach and the death of Seth Rich? According to Wheeler, Imran Awan’s name has come up more than once during his investigation into Rich’s death.
Follow the arrest of Awan closely. Connect the dots to “other” cases. (hint, hint) Just the beginning. Stay tuned.
— rod wheeler (@rodwheeler) July 26, 2017
The plot thickens.
Cross-posted on PUMABydesign001’s Blog.