After automated bot messages allegedly flooded Twitter, labeling any and all talks of his murder as "conspiracy theories" and "fake news", WikiLeaks published an audio of Seymour Hersh discussing Dnc Leaks and Seth Rich on their profile:

Seymour Hersh, a long time contributor to The New Yorker and a Pulitzer prize winner, is a famous American investigative journalist, perhaps best-known for writing a controversial story on the murder of Osama Bin Laden.

The Seth Rich saga has barely begun and controversy seems to continue to surround it. Rich was shot in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and the investigation is still ongoing.

What's on the tape?

The audio recording features Seymour Hersh talking about Seth Rich, with this being the most important part of the conversation: "He offered a sample, an extensive sample, I’m sure dozens of emails, and said ‘I want money.’ Later, WikiLeaks did get the password, he had a DropBox, a protected DropBox.” After that, Mr. Hersh adds that, according to the NSA report, Rich shared the DropBox account with a few friends, allegedly stating: "if anything happens to me it’s not going to solve your problems”

Feel free to listen to the entire audio recording posted above.

This is a powerful signal by WikiLeaks because they probably wouldn't have published something like this on their official Twitter profile if it wasn't Seth Rich that had supplied them with samples.

Connecting the dots

Clearly, something is not right here. Something is happening behind the curtains and it's hard to tell what exactly.

Information is being engineered and hidden. There are too many coincidences. One doesn't have to look very hard to connect the dots. The main pieces of this puzzle are starting to fall into place and the recently released audio recording could perhaps shed some light on what actually took place. Why? WikiLeaks is a credible source.

They have a track record of being objective and unbiased. They publish information no one else publishes and this is why the general public trusts them.

Americans have been let down by the mainstream media and they're turning to alternative sources of information and new media instead. This is understandable and a trend that will, most certainly, continue. Seth Rich's murder saga has been controversial from its very beginning and no matter how much information is being kept away from the public, the revolt will not end until the truth comes out.