Wikileaks has informed the public that a new spokesman for the family of Seth Rich, a 27-year-old Democratic National Committee staffer, who was in charge of voter expansion data and murdered in July, is also a crisis public relations consultant and is apparently attempting to shut down "conspiracy theories" surrounding Rich's murder.

Here's the tweet from Wikileaks:

According to Mr. Bauman's LinkedIn Page, his roles are "Managing a crisis communications and full service public relations firm," and "Providing strategic communications advice to Democratic candidates and labor unions."

I reported earlier that Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange indicated the Rich was a Wikileaks informant and that Wikileaks was putting up a $20,000 reward for information that would lead to finding and convicting Rich's murderer.

In the wake of their son's death, the Joe and Mary Rich spoke about their son and his final moments, even appealing to the public to help find his murderer.

However, after the reward was made public on August 9, Rich's parents suddenly became quiet and Bauman emerged with a new narrative regarding Rich's killer.

Outrage at Julian Assange for implicating murdered DNC staffer in email leak and offering $20k reward

'Some are attempting to politicize this horrible tragedy, and in their attempts to do so, are actually causing more harm than good,' a spokesman for Rich's parents told Daily Mail Online

Bauman has referred to people who are suspicious of Rich's murder and circumstances that surround it "nutters."

Rich is not the only one to die in the trail of bodies tied to Hillary Clinton. In the past six weeks, five people who can be tied to the Clintons, including Rich, have died under questionable circumstances.

Is this just more of the Clinton machine at work to silence those who seek to expose their criminal actions? Once does have to question that sudden about face of the family regarding the murder of their son.

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