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Could be. She sure wanted that laptop back in the worst way. Her brother is Assistant DA in DC as well...
On a side note - could it be that the laptop that Debbie Wassermann Shultz threatened the DC chief of police over was Rich's laptop?
"I remember how she was only half out of anesthesia and she was on the BlackBerry", says her brother, Steve Wasserman, an assistant U.S. Attorney in Washington.
originally posted by: drock905
a reply to: ignorant_ape
Why is the FBI in possession of the laptop of someone who was killed in a random robbery?
The official story is that the laptop was retrieved by the police and has since stayed in their custody. My source says that is true, but he says there is a twist. The Police couldn’t unlock the laptop and called the FBI for assistance to unlock it so a Tech was sent out to unlock the laptop and during that time the FBI retrieved the information off of Rich’s computer. There they found 44,055 emails and 17,764 attachments. Why has no one until now come forward with this info?
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: C84K2
Because they can't conclude it's a botched robbery until after they investigate. A murder investigation always start with friends and family and moves outward.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: drock905
If Rich were killed to prevent him from leaking the documents, why did the killer not take the laptop with the documents? This is classic "fake news."