D.C. police caught in a lie?

Intellihub Note: A FOIA request by iCitizenNews has revealed that the D.C. police never actually investigated Pizzagate despite already saying that they had investigated it and found no merit in the now viral conspiracy theory.

If Pizzagate has no truth behind it like the corporate media has repeatedly claimed then why is the police force lying about even looking into the claims?

Via Independent Citizen:

According to U.S. Department of Justice research, an estimated 800,000 children will go missing in the United States. — a rate of over 2’000 missing children each day — with 466,949 of those cases entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database in 2014.

With a current child population (aged 0 – 17) of around 74 million in the United States, the U.S. Department of Justice figures equate to around 1 child in every 92 going missing in the United States each year.

Therefore, given the sheer amount of leaked emails, and the suspected phenomenon’s scale, it is likely the data dumps (Podesta and other Wikileaks, Guccifer 1/2, DNCLeaks, etc.) provide some clue to the problem. (Comet Ping Pong, James Alefantis/#PizzaGate)

Therefore, they should be investigated thoroughly, and suspicions need to be corroborated with other (and previously) known facts.

Thank you,
Independent Citizen

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