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[–] HAESisalie 1 point 15 points (+16|-1) ago  (edited ago)

First off, for clarification: I think he probably was murdered, and I think he was probably murdered by, or on orders from HRC and/or the DNC.

Having said that - something is wrong with the timeline leading up to the murder given in this story. He left the bar at 1:15 AM and walked home, making several calls to various friends, family GF etc. (at that time, seriously? Who calls people at 2am etc. and wakes them up just to chat?) But ok, let's just accept that he was the kind of guy who didn't care about waking people up at all hours of the night for no real reason, and that his family and friends thought it was perfectly ok to be woken up and didn't think anything was out of the normal about it, and just accepted this behavior as normal. Fine.

Then he arrives at his home at 4:17 am and gets shot. It took him 3 hours to walk home? I find that hard to believe without some serious stops along the way, and if so where and why were those stops made? It just sets off alarm bells for me when details like this are so obviously shaky, like the author is leaving stuff out that doesn't fit with the narrative he wants to go with.

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[–] redgreenpill 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

at that time, seriously? Who calls people at 2am etc. and wakes them up just to chat?

Agreed, under any typical situation. By this time Seth was not in a typical situation. If he had blown the doors open on something this big, knowing who was involved and how much power they had, he likely knew his life was in peril. Hard to carry on day-to-day acting like everything's normal with that on your mind, friends & family had to know something was up. Getting a call in the middle of the night to "chat" about his safety ("don't worry, I'm just minutes from my door, ttyl") was probably not normal for him, but in this case they probably were glad to hear from him.

Then he arrives at his home at 4:17 am and gets shot. It took him 3 hours to walk home? I find that hard to believe without some serious stops along the way, and if so where and why were those stops made?

He knows his life is peril, he walks home (presumably alone) after midnight, he calls everyone to chat on his way and assures them he's almost there when he hangs up. My guess is he knew someone was coming after him that night and was caught alone. Maybe he was calling friends & family get them to come over, or maybe just wanted closure on shit before he was knocked off. Or maybe he wanted to help get some cell signal tracing on record so that after he was killed it'd be harder to sweep his whereabouts under the carpet. Maybe he knew his call was tapped so he said he was almost home to throw them off the scent about where he was really going.

Maybe one of the guys he called helped him out ("hey buddy, I hear yeah, come meet me at .....") so he changed plan. Maybe when the place they were at closed down he figured it was safe and then went home, only to find his intuition was right all along.

Point is it sounds like the reported timeline is still credible, but the implied narrative around it (drunk guy walks home alone, gets lost, then shot) is laughable.

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[–] NakedWarrior 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

If you think your life is in peril, you don't call family/friends for cell phone tracing purposes, you call the police or walk to a police station. Yes, now everyone will swoop in with "the police are all in on it too" But not every single police officer is bought. Also, you could go to a 24 hour store and ask someone to pick you up - someplace where there would be other witnesses or CCTV. His actions don't say he was scared for his life. Maybe he was questioned for a while before he was shot?

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[–] HAESisalie ago 

Thanks for the reply. That is what I don't understand - all of that would support the narrative this author is trying to push, so why leave those details out? Why leave gaps in the story large enough to drive a tractor trailer through? I get he is not writing a book, but it wouldn't take much effort to have the story make some sense to the reader, or else don't include the timeline and the fact he is calling everyone in the wee hours of the morning to begin with. I am not trying to be argumentative, but I am not turning off my BS and shoddy/fake news detector just because I believe the narrative might be true, or the article is on "my side" etc.

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[–] weezkitty 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Even as listed by MSM he is murdered. The question isn't "if". it is by whom.

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[–] HAESisalie 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Agreed. That was a poor choice of words on my part. What I meant to say by "murdered" was that he was targeted for who he was and his role in the DNC emails, and not just a random killing.

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[–] andrew_white_forever 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Two month old article

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[–] hungry_mungry 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Using a 2017 zerohedge article as its source

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[–] Zaqwert 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I think he probably was murdered

There's no probably about that part. The official story is that the murder was this phantom robbery that makes absolutely no sense. The whole thing reeks and the media refuses to ask any questions because they are protecting the people who were likely behind it.

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[–] NoRoyalty ago 

I'm waitimg for Sean Hannity to verify this report. Then I know it's locked up tight. i'm not the least surprised. Democraps = murderers, organizers of mass genocide throughout history, and sickening crimes against helpless children. I pray that God will kill all leftists on the planet.