Inside Sources at DC Police confirm type of gun used in Seth Rich Murder

The Seth Rich Murder investigation has been a swinging pendulum of back and forth with almost no evidence coming out over almost a year later, This is unheard of in a murder investigation.

The last few weeks we have started to see cracks in the dam, and today as with another crack maybe the dam will break free and bust open.

According to an inside source at DC Police specifically concerning evidence, bullets are being held in evidence that were pulled from Seth Rich the night of the murder. This inside source also said many officers from the top to the bottom have resigned or quit over ethics in this case.

The source claims the bullets are the same type used in a Glock 22 .40 caliber handgun, like the one the FBI lost, misplaced, etc right before the murder.

The source was confirmed by getting a department email, viewing their credentials, and calling a DC Police Dept telephone to have a conversation. Unlike some of the leaks in the past this one checks out and is air tight.

Stay tuned for more on this breaking story we will bring you more as it develops.

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CNN attacks congressman calling for fed probe of Seth Rich murder

CNN reporters pounce on Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, after he called for a federal investigation of the DNC email leaks and DNC staffer Seth Rich (Photo: Screenshot)

CNN – the news network that is dubbed “fake news” by President Trump – attacked a Republican congressman who called for a federal investigation of the unsolved murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich and any possible role he may have had in the leaking of Democratic National Committee emails during the 2016 election.

Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, told CNN Wednesday: “My fear is our constant focusing on the Russians is deflecting away from some other things that we need to be investigating. There’s still some question as to whether the intrusion of the DNC server was an insider job or whether or not it was the Russians.”

CNN reporters quickly cut the congressman off.

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry, the ‘insider job’ – what are you referring to here?” asked CNN’s John Berman.

“There’s stuff circulating on the Internet. My question is, why …” the congressman continued, but he was again cut off by Berman.

“What’s circulating on the Internet that you think is worthy of a congressional investigation? Because the D.C. police are investigating this, and so far they haven’t said there’s anything there” to suggest any DNC-link to Rich’s murder, Berman demanded.

The fourth-term congressman noted that the DNC denied the FBI’s “multiple requests” to examine the hacked computers. Instead, the DNC hired a third party organization, CrowdStrike, to perform an analysis.

“We’re relying only on the report of somebody that the DNC contracted to examine their computer rather than having federal officials [examine them],” Farenthold told CNN. “To me, we need to let the feds look at it.”