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Possible Breakthrough In Murder Of DNC Staffer Seth Rich

by Randy DeSoto, Western Journalism:

A spokesman for the family of Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee staffer mysteriously murdered this summer, said there may be a breakthrough in the case.

Jack Burkman, appearing Tuesday on The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV, reported that some additional private surveillance footage, pertinent to the murder, may have surfaced.

“Some of the surveillance footage has legs. We know there’s two people, we strongly suggest there’s two people instead of one,” Burkman said.

A spokesman for the family of Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee staffer mysteriously murdered this summer, said there may be a breakthrough in the case.

Jack Burkman, appearing Tuesday on The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV, reported that some additional private surveillance footage, pertinent to the murder, may have surfaced.

“Some of the surveillance footage has legs. We know there’s two people, we strongly suggest there’s two people instead of one,” Burkman said.

Then he provided the newest details in the case.

“Now interesting Steve we can break some news here. We just learned that there may be additional private video,” Burkman said. “We believe we have located additional private video that could be useful.”

According to Burkman, the video came to light thanks to Rich’s parents canvassing his old neighborhood in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. with fliers offering a $125,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the case. Previously, DC police were offering a $25,000 reward, and Burkman put up an additional $100,000.

Rich, 27, was shot twice in the back in the early morning hours of July 10, just a short distance from his apartment.

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