Forensic Psychologists Conclude Seth Rich Murder Was Not Random – Most Likely Hired or Serial Killer Responsible


Newly released independent analysis of the Seth Rich murder claims that the event was not random and that his death was either committed by a serial or a hired killer.

Forensic psychologists from George Washington University conducted an independent analysis of his death and have concluded after three months of research that his death was not the result of a botched robbery.

The Profiling Project, based in Arlington, Virginia, consists of around 20 volunteers who are current and former George Washington University forensic-psychology graduate students and instructors, published an 83-page report detailing their findings.

The central findings of the report are;

  • Seth’s death does not appear to be a random homicide.
  • Seth’s death does not appear to be a robbery gone bad.
  • Seth’s death was more likely committed by a hired killer or serial murderer.
  • There may be additional video surveillance of the crime and crime scene.
  • The resolution of prosecuting the individual(s) responsible appears to be hindered both actively and passively.
  • Seth’s killer(s) most likely remains free with in the community.

Brad Bauman, spokesman for the Rich family, released this response to ABC 7-TV.

The Rich family was not provided a copy of the preliminary report, never saw the report or was otherwise consulted in the preparation of the report. I received the report a half an hour before it was made public thus depriving myself, the family or the family’s lawyers any reasonable time (to) review it. As noted, by the report’s methodology, ‘The Profiling Project’ was given no special access to any materials, evidence or persons and due to case sensitivity, conducted only informal, limited interviews. Given that fact, the family hopes that the general public takes the findings at face value—valuable experience in research collection and report writing for students at George Washington University but in no way should take any findings contained within as new, credible or otherwise lending credence to conspiracy theories surround the circumstances of Seth’s death. We further hope that this doesn’t continue to impede the Metropolitan Police Department’s ability to find the killers and give folks who might have information to their arrest cover to stay silent.

The Profiling Project’s team

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