As the one year anniversary of the unsolved murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich approaches next week, today The Profiling Project, the Arlington, Va.-based group investigating the mysterious murder, formally asked the Democratic National Committee for “any, and all” information that could help the Project determine whether there is a link between the 2016 email hacking during the Presidential campaign and Rich’s murder.
In a letter to DNC chair Tom Perez dated July 5, the Project asked that the DNC “release any, and all, information to our independent investigators—including emails, internal memos and other correlating information regarding discussions of this matter–that may help them determine the connection, if any, between the DNC hacking and the murder of Seth Rich.”
Late last month the nonpartisan The Profiling Project released its preliminary 80-page report on Rich, who was shot to death a year ago this month.
Volunteer investigators working with the Project, including nearly two dozen graduate students from George Washington University, concluded that the murder was not “random,” contradicting the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).
The nonpartisan Project, funded by lawyer and GOP lobbyist Jack Burkman, is currently awaiting a court hearing before the Washington, D.C. Superior Court to force the police department to publicly release critical evidence in the Seth Rich investigation.
Seth Rich was murdered in the early morning hours of July 10, 2016 in Washington, D.C. There have been no arrests and there are no known suspects.
For more information, please visit www.theprofilingproject.org.
ABOUT THE PROFILING PROJECT: Located at an undisclosed location in Arlington, Virginia and funded by attorney and lobbyist Jack Burkman, “The Profiling Project” is an autonomous and independent unit investigating the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. For its first phase, The Profiling Project was staffed, in part, by The Student Association for Forensic Psychology (SAFP) at George Washington University, an organization comprised of graduate students pursuing a Master’s in Forensic Psychology. For more information about The Profiling Project and its investigation of the Seth Rich murder, please visit www.thepublicityagency.com/the-profiling-project/.
SOURCE: The Profiling Project
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