Independent group releases report on Seth Rich murder investigation

FROM WASHINGTON (ABC7) —  A brand new report  by an independent group has surfaced on the investigation into the murder of DNC worker Seth Rich.

Rich’s killer remains on the loose, and for months now a group of George Washington University grad students, called the Profiling Project, have been digging into the case.

The Profiling Project released their initial report on the investigation Tuesday in press conference. Read the full report here:

EXCLUSIVE: A look inside ‘Profiling Project: Seth Rich’

Brad Bauman, the spokesperson for the Rich family, issued this response to the report Tuesday:

“The Rich family was not provided a copy of the preliminary report, never saw the report or was otherwise consulted in the preparation of the report. I received the report a half an hour before it was made public thus depriving myself, the family or the family’s lawyers any reasonable time (to) review it. As noted, by the report’s methodology, ‘The Profiling Project’ was given no special access to any materials, evidence or persons and due to case sensitivity, conducted only informal, limited interviews. Given that fact, the family hopes that the general public takes the findings at face value – valuable experience in research collection and report writing for students at George Washington University but in no way should take any findings contained within as new, credible or otherwise lending credence to conspiracy theories surround the circumstances of Seth’s death. We further hope that this doesn’t continue to impede the Metropolitan Police Department’s ability to find the killers and give folks who might have information to their arrest cover to stay silent.”

The Profiling Project is an independent, nonpartisan unit comprised of forensic experts and George Washington University graduate students who have been investigating the murder of Seth Rich.

FROM WJLA Soon after the murder:

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Major weapons bust in Broome County announced – Suspect named Ramadan Abdullah

KIRKWOOD (WBNG) — Broome County District Attorney Steve Cornwell, New York State Police, SIU and Johnson City Police Chief Brent Dodge on Wednesday announced details of a major weapons bust in Broome County, resulting in the arrest of one man and the seizure of numerous weapons.

In a news conference, authorities said Ramadan Abdullah, 65, has been charged the following:

– Four counts, criminal possession of a weapon, second degree, class C felony
– Criminal possession of a weapon, third degree, class D felony
– Criminal possession of stolen property, fifth degree, class A misdemeanor

Officials said that Abdullah was arrested by Johnson City police on May 31 for shoplifting ammunition from Gander Mountain. According to the Broome County District Attorney’s Office, when a search warrant was executed on Abdullah’s storage unit in the town of Union, the following items were recovered:

– Four loaded handguns
– Eight assault weapons
– 64 high-capacity ammunition feeding devices
– One loaded shotgun
– Two rifles

– Thousands of rounds of ammunition for rifles, pistols and assault weapons, including .50 caliber armor piercing incendiary rounds, numerous firearm parts and flak jackets.

According to the DA’s office, search warrants were also executed at additional properties tied to Abdullah, resulting in the seizure of:

– Numerous rounds of .38 caliber ammunition
– High-capacity ammunition feeding devices and ammunition
– An additional loaded firearm

According to officials, Abullah was sent to the Broome County Jail to wait for arraignment.

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PROOF – James Comey Just Lied Under Oath

Originally from Z3F on r/The_Donald

Comey lied and said Trump’s tweets caused him to leak to NYT through a Columbia law professor. The Tweets came after the leaks.

Comey memo leaked to Times – May 11 at the latest

Trump Tweets about tapes – May 12

Comey says that Trump tweet about tapes caused him to leak memos to Times –

Mr. Comey said he decided to make the conversation public through an intermediary after Mr. Trump said on Twitter that the former F.B.I. director had better hope there were no tapes of their discussions. He said he did so with the explicit hope of triggering the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Russian election interference.

“I woke up in the middle of the night on Monday night, ‘cause it didn’t dawn on me originally that there might be corroboration for our conversation; there might be a tape,” Mr. Comey said, referring to May 15. “And my judgment was I needed to get that out in the public square so I asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter. Didn’t do it myself for a variety of reasons but I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. So I asked a close friend of mine to do it.”

We just caught Comey lying

To people wondering whether the May 11 NYT story was based on the actual memos: this is from that article – 3 days before the tweets:

By Mr. Comey’s account, his answer to Mr. Trump’s initial question apparently did not satisfy the president, the associates said. Later in the dinner, Mr. Trump again said to Mr. Comey that he needed his loyalty. Mr. Comey again replied that he would give him “honesty” and did not pledge his loyalty, according to the account of the conversation. But Mr. Trump pressed him on whether it would be “honest loyalty.” “You will have that,” Mr. Comey told his associates he responded.

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Illegals Voted In Ohio

Illegals Voted In Ohio – Dozens of Investigations Follow

Illegals Voted In Ohio! FOX 8 I TEAM has uncovered a push for criminal charges as part of a crackdown on unlawful voting. And the situation might be greater than anyone might think.  In January, Trump expressed his belief that the epidemic of illegal aliens voting cost him the  popular vote. He was excoriated by the left for making “outlandish claims” but it seems as though he might be right:

From FOX 8 I Team:

We have earned several local cases now have been sent to a prosecutor for review, and dozens of others have been under investigation statewide for people voting even though they’re not U.S. citizens.

Since the last election, there’s been so much talk nationwide about illegal voting, the Ohio Secretary of State did a review. That office found in Ohio, 385 people who are not citizens registered to vote.

Eighty two of those people actually voted in at least one election. Those cases were then turned over to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for criminal investigation.

Now the I TEAM has found the first of those investigations has been turned over to Cuyahoga County prosecutors to be reviewed for criminal charges. One involves a man from the western suburbs who’s been registered since 2007, and he has voted. The I TEAM went to see him, and a woman at the door refused to answer questions.

Voters we met on the street reacted by pointing out, the numbers don’t seem high enough to swing elections, but the investigations are important since voting is such a “fundamental right” for Americans and that there is now proof that Illegals Voted In Ohio.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office says the investigations statewide are in various stages. They can result in low level felony charges or lesser misdemeanors charges for the Illegals Voted In Ohio. A key question in the voter cases revolves around “intent.”

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