New “Profiling Project” Report Says Seth Rich Murder Was Not Robbery Gone Wrong

The murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich is the one investigation Democrats seem to have absolutely no interest in pursuing. An independent group is looking into it, however. They have made some interesting discoveries.

Newsweek reports:


A serial killer is likely behind the murder of North Carolina Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, according to forensic-psychology students and instructors, who spent three months investigating the homicide. Those researchers, who volunteer at the Profiling Project, an independent group, published their findings on Tuesday in an 83-page report.

The Profiling Project, based in Arlington, Virginia, consists of around 20 volunteers who are current and former George Washington University forensic-psychology graduate students and instructors. The report states that Rich’s July 2016 “death does not appear to be a random homicide” or “a robbery gone bad,” as police had suggested. Instead, the report says, the “death was more likely committed by a hired killer or serial murderer,” and that the killer is likely still at large.

“The person folks [should be] looking for and considering isn’t a robber who kills, but really is a killer, and maybe a killer that doesn’t rob,” says Kevin Doherty, a recent George Washington University graduate and one of the volunteers with the Profiling Project. “The fact that this person has gotten away with it shows a level of proficiency.”

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The fact that Rich was found with his valuables suggests this wasn’t a robbery at all.

Democrats have already started attaching the term “conspiracy theory” to anyone who questions the circumstances of Rich’s death. It’s an obvious attempt to discourage people from even discussing it.


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