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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

What Really Happened to Seth Rich? He Was Alive and Talking for Several Hours After Being Shot ... Was Expected to Recover


There was an article at the following email address this morning:

http://www.omaha.com/news/politics/despite-all-the-attention-given-to-slaying-of-omahan-seth/article_11257e7c-ddcc-11e6-8db2-cff2b130a71c.html

It has been disappeared.

Here's an excerpt:

Officials told the Riches that their son, who died at a nearby hospital less than two hours after being shot, didn't know he'd been hit in the back by two bullets. He wasn't in pain, they were told. But he was confused. When Seth Rich was asked where he lived, he gave a previous address, Joel Rich said. "They were very surprised he didn't make it," Aaron Rich said emergency responders told him. "He was very aware, very talkative. Yep, that was 100 percent my brother."

We now live in a country where this happens. People are murdered. Their murders are covered-up. Articles are disappeared. And we all suspect very powerful people are behind it.

But history is being rewritten in front of our very eyes, and we might not get to the truth.

We may not, my friends.

HERE'S MORE INFORMATION:





Brad Bauman, the Seth Rich family spokesman who is a Democratic professional crisis PR consultant with Pastorum Group was previously a "shared employee" for the house democrats between 2009 and 2013. He worked in "communications" for some of the same democrats as the Awans i.e. Corrine Brown, Elijah Cummings, Emanuel Cleaver, Judy Chu, Laura Richardson, Mary Jo Kilroy, Tim Ryan, Xavier Becerra, Tammy Baldwin and Earl Blumenauer. Why would the Rich family have a Democratic crisis consultant to speak for them about their son/brother's murder?
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Watch Hannity show. ROD Wheeler said Seth was having problems with an unnamed DNC staffer. Wheeler said when he called DC police to ask for laptops that same DNC staffer called Seth Rich's family and asked why Wheeler was looking into Seth's murder.

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Note: Heather Podesta + Partners,n 2007, Podesta founded Heather Podesta + Partners, which is the nation's largest woman-owned government relations firm.2010: In 2010, the National Law Journal ranked Podesta as one of "Washington's Most Influential Women Lawyers".
Heather Podesta also serves on the
Washington DC Police Foundation Board
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There exists speculation that either a wife or sister of the main assisting officer responding to shooting of Seth Rich has strong ties to Hillary Clinton.



Officer Robinson responded to #SethRich shooting. Robinson went to Georgetown U when Podesta taught there. Robinson's sister worked for HRC.

[Note: Nandi Robinson's Linkedin lists a recommendation for a project she worked on for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan

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Seth Rich Private Investigator talks to Sean Hannity

ff 4:10
Rod Wheeler: "But here's the thing, and this is so important. There is a $125,000.00 reward out for information pertaining to the death of Seth Rich.
Not one person has come forward.
Here's one other thing that's going to be startling, and I'm just going to say this right now.
I reached out to the police department, way back in March when the family first hired me, right, to get involved. I didn't hear anything from the police department for two to three days. Guess what I learned yesterday from the family of Seth Rich.
The police department did not call me back because someone, a high ranking official at the DNC - check this out - a high ranking official at the DNC - when I called the police department - they got that information and called the Rich family wanting to know why was I snooping around"
.


ff 5:30

Rod Wheeler"The only thing that I have been able to confirm is that there were some problems that Seth was having on his job at the DNC right before he was killed and the person - listen to this - the person that called the father after I called the police to get information - that's the person that Seth was having problems with at the DNC."

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THE ARTICLE I MENTIONED ABOVE, FROM THE OMAHA, IS CACHED HERE.

HERE ARE THE SCREENSHOTS:




















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UPDATE 

Interesting "testimony" about Seth Rich. I have no idea whether this is true or just some hoaxer:

Before this comment disappears...from Day 206.8 of George Webbs's video series - skip video and look for this comment reporting a credible sounding witness in the ER with Seth...
Quote ===>"Well I will just re-type the text here. Not sure where this came from or if it's legit..... 4th year surgery resident here who rotated at WHC (Washington Hospital Center) last year, it won't be hard to identify me but I feel that I shouldn't stay silent. Seth Rich was shot twice, with 3 total gunshot wounds (entry and exit, and entry). He was taken to the OR emergency where we performed an exlap and found a small injury to segment 3 of the liver which was packed and several small bowel injuries (pretty common for gunshots to the back exiting the abdomen) which we resected -12cm of bowel and left him in discontinuity (didn't hook everything back up) with the intent of performing a washout in the morning. He did not have any major vascular injuries otherwise. I've seen dozens of worse cases than this which survived and nothing about his injuries suggested to me that he'd sustained a fatal wound. In the meantime he was transferred to the ICU and transfused 2 units of blood when his post-surgery crit came back -20. He was stable and not on any pressors, and it seemed pretty routine. About 8 hours after he arrived, we were swarmed by LEOs and pretty much everyone except the attending and a few nurses was kicked out of the ICU (disallowing visiting hours - normally every odd hour, eg 1am, 3am, etc. - is not something we do routinely.) It was weird as hell. At turnover that morning we were instructed not to round on the VIP that came in last night (that's exactly what the attending said, and n one except for me and another resident had any idea who he was talking about). No one here was allowed to see Seth except for my attending when he died. No code was called. I rounded on patients literally next door but was physically blocked from checking in on him. I've never seen anything like it before, and while I can't say 100% that he was allowed to die, I don't understand why he was treated like that. Take it how you may,/pol/, I'm just one low level doc. Something's fishy though, that's for sure."<===

to find comment go to link and opt for "newest first comments" and look for post by Karen (scroll for extended replies for full comment)

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/125912863/4th-year-surgery-resident-here-who-rotated-at-whc

Reddit thread on the 4th year surgery residents statements added:

===>"When he arrived to the trauma ward he had LR running, I don't keep up with how much he got but less than 2 liters before we rolled to the OR.

No transfusion was done in trauma; the massive transfusion protocol was started because he was hypotensive on arrival but by the time the cooler (4u PRBC, 2u FFP) was ready we were on the way to the OR and honestly I don't remember if he got any of it beforehand; he responded well to just IVF resuscitation so we went ahead with the surgery any just ended up giving him 2 units afterwards (the crit we got in trauma was returned just after we left and was low, ~24 IIRC but it wasn't communicated to us... teamwork fail for sure but that can happen when we're rushing to the OR)

As for the rest of the meds? You'd have to ask anesthesia I guess. He didn't need anything from us in the ICU except a propofol/fentanyl drip to maintain sedation while intubated but that's pretty par for the course. The important part was that he was hemodynamically stable and not requiring pressors."<===

===>"When he arrived to the trauma ward he had LR running, I don't keep up with how much he got but less than 2 liters before we rolled to the OR.

No transfusion was done in trauma; the massive transfusion protocol was started because he was hypotensive on arrival but by the time the cooler (4u PRBC, 2u FFP) was ready we were on the way to the OR and honestly I don't remember if he got any of it beforehand; he responded well to just IVF resuscitation so we went ahead with the surgery any just ended up giving him 2 units afterwards (the crit we got in trauma was returned just after we left and was low, ~24 IIRC but it wasn't communicated to us... teamwork fail for sure but that can happen when we're rushing to the OR)

As for the rest of the meds? You'd have to ask anesthesia I guess. He didn't need anything from us in the ICU except a propofol/fentanyl drip to maintain sedation while intubated but that's pretty par for the course. The important part was that he was hemodynamically stable and not requiring pressors.
"<===

and


===>"I haven't spoken to the attending who was on staff that night but the other resident I was with that night doesn't remember it in any clarity (he was called to traumas as part of his rotation but that was ancillary to his ICU -different ICU btw- duties). Basically he said, "yeah that was weird, right?" At the time we were way more concerned with the rising class / new interns (July 1st is a terrifying time to be a patient lol) to make much notice... it always stuck in my head as something super bizarre but it was a long time before I even realized it was Seth Rich. When he arrived he was assigned by our system a trauma number, not a name as his patient ID. I only knew him at that time as Tra### (no freaking way that I remember the actual number). When it came to light who he was a while later I was floored. And terrified."<===

and

===>">>125915279
Nope, nothing in the head so no freaking way we'd CT before going to the OR with a clear intraabdominal GSW. No need to FAST or anything, just stabilize and go to the OR

>>125915280

One could always just increase the propofol drip or give him a ton of roc and screw with the vent settings. No idea if that happened but it'd be easy if you have the right meds and access
"<===

and
===>">>125916483
He had two holes in his right flank and one in the left upper quadrant. In trauma you always assume by protocol that 3 holes = 3 bullets but it was pretty clear that he was shot twice by the trajectory of the bullet (eg, his liver injury). I've also seen enough GSWs to know that the media doesn't get the number right every time.

>>125917156

Yeah, I'm not going to do that. Way too dangerous.


Alright anons it's been swell but I'll be gone for the next few hours for regular residency meeting / journal club BS. Take everything you read especially from the MSM with a grain of salt as usual but don't stop digging.
"<===




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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

DailyCaller: Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke says he is taking Homeland Security Job

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From: Judicial Watch Corruption Chronicles

U.S. Yanks Scathing Report Blasting DHS for Catching Less than 1% of Visa Overstays 17 MAY 2017

[perhaps Sheriff Clarke will assist in the removal of these illegals. We could assist if the names, photos and details of each are posted online. Perhaps a tax-break incentive such as $25 tax credit for info leading to each located and deported illegal?]

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 9:01:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

https://twitter.com/polNewsForever

Anonymous tweets 5/16/17

So let's put some pieces together here.

Podesta's e-mail about "wetworks" and Scalia dies.

Podesta's e-mail about "teaching leakers a lesson" and Seth Dies.

Podesta joins Washington Post. The day before THIS story breaks, we get a BS story abut Trump "leaking classified information to the Russians" and that's all anybody wants to talk about.

Anything smell funny to you guys here?

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 10:17:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

https://twitter.com/AP/status/864896245399244800

The Latest: Judiciary senators ask White House, FBI to turn over any memos, recordings of fired FBI Director Comey.

[having been 'fired' from his position, how in the hell is it possible for Comey to maintain possession of memos, notes, recordings made as part of his duties at the FBI? He should have been permitted to remove his personal items unrelated to his function at the FBI only - surrender all keys, ID's, credentials and escorted/barred from all FBI facilities at termination.]

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:10:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

James Comey testified on May 3, 2017 that nobody has ever tried to politically stop one of his investigations. Case closed. Full Stop.

Why would members of Congress believe the New York Times article over the direct testimony of James Comey.

Where did this information come from: The Times Own Website

Times Own Website Contradicts Their Comey Memo Story

http://www.militaryvotescount.com/2017/05/17/times-own-website-contradicts-their-comey-memo-story/

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:16:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before this comment disappears...from Day 206.8 of George Webbs's video series - skip video and look for this comment reporting a credible sounding witness in the ER with Seth...
Quote ===>"Well I will just re-type the text here. Not sure where this came from or if it's legit..... 4th year surgery resident here who rotated at WHC (Washington Hospital Center) last year, it won't be hard to identify me but I feel that I shouldn't stay silent. Seth Rich was shot twice, with 3 total gunshot wounds (entry and exit, and entry). He was taken to the OR emergency where we performed an exlap and found a small injury to segment 3 of the liver which was packed and several small bowel injuries (pretty common for gunshots to the back exiting the abdomen) which we resected -12cm of bowel and left him in discontinuity (didn't hook everything back up) with the intent of performing a washout in the morning. He did not have any major vascular injuries otherwise. I've seen dozens of worse cases than this which survived and nothing about his injuries suggested to me that he'd sustained a fatal wound. In the meantime he was transferred to the ICU and transfused 2 units of blood when his post-surgery crit came back -20. He was stable and not on any pressors, and it seemed pretty routine. About 8 hours after he arrived, we were swarmed by LEOs and pretty much everyone except the attending and a few nurses was kicked out of the ICU (disallowing visiting hours - normally every odd hour, eg 1am, 3am, etc. - is not something we do routinely.) It was weird as hell. At turnover that morning we were instructed not to round on the VIP that came in last night (that's exactly what the attending said, and n one except for me and another resident had any idea who he was talking about). No one here was allowed to see Seth except for my attending when he died. No code was called. I rounded on patients literally next door but was physically blocked from checking in on him. I've never seen anything like it before, and while I can't say 100% that he was allowed to die, I don't understand why he was treated like that. Take it how you may,/pol/, I'm just one low level doc. Something's fishy though, that's for sure."<===

to find comment go to link and opt for "newest first comments" and look for post by Karen (scroll for extended replies for full comment)

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:44:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/125912863/4th-year-surgery-resident-here-who-rotated-at-whc

Reddit thread on the 4th year surgery residents statements added:

===>"When he arrived to the trauma ward he had LR running, I don't keep up with how much he got but less than 2 liters before we rolled to the OR.

No transfusion was done in trauma; the massive transfusion protocol was started because he was hypotensive on arrival but by the time the cooler (4u PRBC, 2u FFP) was ready we were on the way to the OR and honestly I don't remember if he got any of it beforehand; he responded well to just IVF resuscitation so we went ahead with the surgery any just ended up giving him 2 units afterwards (the crit we got in trauma was returned just after we left and was low, ~24 IIRC but it wasn't communicated to us... teamwork fail for sure but that can happen when we're rushing to the OR)

As for the rest of the meds? You'd have to ask anesthesia I guess. He didn't need anything from us in the ICU except a propofol/fentanyl drip to maintain sedation while intubated but that's pretty par for the course. The important part was that he was hemodynamically stable and not requiring pressors."<===


[continued]

Thursday, May 18, 2017 12:02:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

[continued]
===>"When he arrived to the trauma ward he had LR running, I don't keep up with how much he got but less than 2 liters before we rolled to the OR.

No transfusion was done in trauma; the massive transfusion protocol was started because he was hypotensive on arrival but by the time the cooler (4u PRBC, 2u FFP) was ready we were on the way to the OR and honestly I don't remember if he got any of it beforehand; he responded well to just IVF resuscitation so we went ahead with the surgery any just ended up giving him 2 units afterwards (the crit we got in trauma was returned just after we left and was low, ~24 IIRC but it wasn't communicated to us... teamwork fail for sure but that can happen when we're rushing to the OR)

As for the rest of the meds? You'd have to ask anesthesia I guess. He didn't need anything from us in the ICU except a propofol/fentanyl drip to maintain sedation while intubated but that's pretty par for the course. The important part was that he was hemodynamically stable and not requiring pressors.
"<===

and


===>"I haven't spoken to the attending who was on staff that night but the other resident I was with that night doesn't remember it in any clarity (he was called to traumas as part of his rotation but that was ancillary to his ICU -different ICU btw- duties). Basically he said, "yeah that was weird, right?" At the time we were way more concerned with the rising class / new interns (July 1st is a terrifying time to be a patient lol) to make much notice... it always stuck in my head as something super bizarre but it was a long time before I even realized it was Seth Rich. When he arrived he was assigned by our system a trauma number, not a name as his patient ID. I only knew him at that time as Tra### (no freaking way that I remember the actual number). When it came to light who he was a while later I was floored. And terrified."<===

and

===>">>125915279
Nope, nothing in the head so no freaking way we'd CT before going to the OR with a clear intraabdominal GSW. No need to FAST or anything, just stabilize and go to the OR

>>125915280

One could always just increase the propofol drip or give him a ton of roc and screw with the vent settings. No idea if that happened but it'd be easy if you have the right meds and access
"<===

and
===>">>125916483
He had two holes in his right flank and one in the left upper quadrant. In trauma you always assume by protocol that 3 holes = 3 bullets but it was pretty clear that he was shot twice by the trajectory of the bullet (eg, his liver injury). I've also seen enough GSWs to know that the media doesn't get the number right every time.

>>125917156

Yeah, I'm not going to do that. Way too dangerous.


Alright anons it's been swell but I'll be gone for the next few hours for regular residency meeting / journal club BS. Take everything you read especially from the MSM with a grain of salt as usual but don't stop digging.
"<===

Thursday, May 18, 2017 12:08:00 am  

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