We’re not about to let Debbie Wasserman Schultz off the hook as easily as the New York Times wants to, so here’s more news about the Awan Scandal. (When the mainstream media blame Trump and “fringe” alternative media, calling an exploding Democrat scandal a conspiracy theory or Islamophobia, you know you’re onto something.)
Now comes news that Seth Rich, the DNC staffer who was killed in a very strange “attempted robbery,” had allegedly been at a party earlier the evening of his death with a bunch of Washington DC IT workers.
That would fit the profile of the entire Awan extended family, who all worked for the DNC in DC.
Adding to the growing dossier of information on the Awan Scandal is former homicide detective, now private investigator, Rod Wheeler:
During the course of his investigation of Rich’s mysterious murder, Wheeler claims, he learned something peculiar that he hadn’t heard before: Rich attended a party with numerous IT workers the night he was killed. After the party, Rich went to Lou’s City Bar, the last known location where he was seen before his murder. …
“Seth attended that party, and I wanted to know who else was at that party. But I could never find out,” Wheeler said. “When I went back to ask other people who should have known who was at that party – these were people who were close to Seth – they told me, ‘You don’t need to know who was at that party because it had nothing to do with his death.’”
Uncovering more details about the attendees of the party is essential in the Rich homicide investigation, Wheeler contends.
“He was at the party before he went to the bar. What you do in a murder investigation is you work backward. You want to trace the victim’s steps as far back as you can – who was that person around the day before? – as far back as you can,” he said. “What was interesting is when I am told as an investigator that I don’t need to talk to people who were at the party. It makes you wonder why.”
Indeed it does. Surely there is (or at least was) some kind of video evidence of that party, if only security cameras from the vicinity of the party location or social media still photos or video taken by and posted by attendees. Where, however, was this party held? Do investigators know? Do they even care, or did they stand down?
Investigators would also need to know who was at the party, before they could look for or subpoena photographic evidence.
Wheeler told WND in May that the MPD withheld information from him pertaining to Rich’s murder after former DNC interim chairwoman Donna Brazile called police to ask why investigators were “snooping” into Rich’s slaying.
A manager at Lou’s City Bar told WND that police never interviewed the bar’s staff or requested evidence, such as footage from security cameras. And police also never questioned Rich’s DNC co-workers.
As WND has reported, Jack Burkman, head of a team of private investigators in D.C. working to find Rich’s killers, claimed the MPD was instructed by Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser for political reasons to stop investigating Rich’s murder. The MPD and the mayor’s office disputed Burkman’s allegations.
The total reward for solving Rich’s murder currently stands at approximately a half-million dollars. Yet, the DNC has offered no reward for information leading to the arrest of the murderer of its own young staffer. Instead, the DNC honored its murdered employee by dedicating a bike rack outside its headquarters to Rich’s memory.
Half a million dollars and no takers!
Was Imran Awan (or any of his brothers or extended family) present at that party with Seth Rich on the night of his death? Did the Awans know Rich?
What could possibly be “political reasons to stop investigating” the cold-blooded murder of a young man on the streets of Washington DC?