May 30, 2017
Are they lying to us about the capturing of Seth Rich’s murderers? According to a report from whatdoesitmean.com, they have already been apprehended on July 12, 2016.
The suspected murderers were, 19-year-old Keyante Edwards, 26-year-old Alpha Jalloh and 20-year-old Keith Jones. All records of their arrests have since been deleted.
Alpha Jalloh was arrested in 2015, being connected to an international car theft organization operating in New York, New Jersey. Jalloh upon his arrest was reported as age 18, when in fact he wasn’t, he was actually older. He was released suspiciously soon after his arrest.
It was through electronic surveillance of Jalloh and his possible position as an FBI informant that raised suspicions of the death of Seth Rich. It was learned through this surveillance that he had been in contact with Hillary Clinton’s campaign office in New York as well as the DNC headquarters in Washington D.C.
The article goes on further to explain that Seth sent those emails to Wikileaks through an “alliance/partnership” with the German-Finnish internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom. Further reporting suggests that their was a secret meeting which was almost thwarted.
It was further reported that FBI Director James Comey arrived at the secret meeting before CIA Director Pompeo to begin negotiations in New Zealand 🇳🇿. Kim did not want to meet with just Comey unless Pompeo was there also. It is said President Trump became so outraged at this backstabbing, he fired Comey.
Soon after this meeting that went bad, a kill order contract (worth 82,900 bitcoins) now worth over (198 million) has been issued against our President. This all was discovered through an intercepted, highly coded dark web conversation held between approximately 5 co-conspirators in the U.S. Intelligence communities. As referenced by the following communications which were held on Wednesday, May 17 at 2:31pm – 3:15pm.
Wow, we need to talk with Kim Dotcom! Now it makes sense why they told the police to stand down. The deep state is covering up a lot it seems.