Seth Rich conspiracy theorists have found a new ally.
Kim Dotcom, a gamer and hacker wanted in the United States for massive copyright infringements, says he intends to publish information proving the claim that slain DNC staffer Seth Rich was the source of Wikileaks email leak which exposed the inner-dealings of the Democratic Party and hampered Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
“I knew Seth Rich. I know he was the @Wikileaks source. I was involved,” Kim Dotcom, who is now living in New Zealand, tweeted. He promised to make a statement on Tuesday after consulting with his legal team.
Immediately responding was Fox News star Sean Hannity, who has been the loudest promoter of Seth Rich conspiracy theories in mainstream media. Hannity tweeted back at the hacker, issuing a “public invitation Kim Dotcom to be a guest on radio and TV,” and adding: “#GameChanger Buckle up destroy Trump media. Sheep that u all are!!!”
Kim Dotcom has yet to accept Hannity’s invitation.
Rich’s parents, investigators and sources close to the police and the FBI have all dispelled the claims that Rich’s death had to do with his work at the DNC or with claims that he was behind the party’s email leak.
This story "Hacker Kim Dotcom Joins Seth Rich Conspirators" was written by Nathan Guttman.