Seth Rich’s original Reddit posts altered, 663 comments deleted

It's obvious a massive cover up of Seth Rich's murder is underway

(INTELLIHUB) — Deep State operatives are in full cover up mode when it comes to the murder of Seth Rich and they will stop at nothing as evidence mounts.

Remarkably it has been discovered by members of the online community that posts Seth Rich made on Reddit before his death have been altered and 663 comments from the thread have been deleted.

Last Saturday, Twitter user FlickMontana tweeted: “@caitoz Seth Rich’s email was in a comment on his Reddit account, but it was edited out an hour ago.”

The tweet caused a chain reaction with online investigators who discovered more anomalies in the thread.

The account was proven to be Rich’s after a user archived Rich’s actual email which is associated with the Reddit account that was edited.

Screencapture via Medium.com

As it turns out 663 comments were deleted and a number of areas in the thread were edited to better fit the false narrative already posted to Wikipedia.

Caitlin Johnstone reported:

Note that there is no asterisk next to the post in the archived version, which means that as of the date that the archive was made (yesterday), it had not been tampered with. This proves that the editing was recent, which proves, obviously, that it was not edited by Rich. If you go to page six in the “comments” section of Rich’s Reddit account now, you will see this version of the post instead:

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Screencapture via Medium.com

“Note the asterisk next to the words “1 year ago”, which means the post has been edited,” Johnstone explains.

Moreover, Rich’s most recent post was deleted.

“This one is even more suspicious, because while the actual comment made appears unremarkable, the fact that it is posted in the subreddit r/washingtondc makes it clear that the account belongs to someone in DC, which could tip off future online investigators that they might be looking at Rich’s account even after the email information was deleted. I hope we get an explanation about this from Reddit admin as well,” Johnstone writes.

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