WikiLeaks Website Sent To Donald Trump Jr Now Declares Seth Rich Is The Leaker. But Is It A Troll Or Legitimate?

By Aaron Kesel

The international whistleblower group WikiLeaks confirmed the website Wlsearch.tk mentioned in a biased Atlantic hit piece against the organization and President Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr is genuine.

Now the website Wlsearch.tk loads not to WikiLeaks emails like before the election, but to a page dedicated to Seth Rich with an ominous message. Was it hacked or done deliberately? What is mentioned has the Internet buzzing with excitement.

“Donald Trump Jr tweeted out the missing context to the alleged Twitter correspondence,” WikiLeaks tweeted out.

The WikiLeaks website for searching through John Podesta’s emails that it sent to Trump Jr. now reads:

“You finally found me! I’m the source of the John Podesta/DNC Email hacks. I’ve been waiting so long for you to join me.

Thanks to Wikileaks and Trump Jr you’ll all soon know why Hillary Clinton and John Podesta had me killed.

As you can see I’m no Russian agent. I was just a proud DNC staffer who believed in the system until I found out Hillary Clinton and the DNC rigged the primaries against my candidate Bernie Sanders. That’s when I decided to take action and release these emails to Wikileaks.

John Podesta was determined to make an example out of me and had me taken care of. Why did you think they didn’t let the FBI examine the DNC servers? Yep, those servers would have lead them straight to me. John couldn’t let that happen.

BTW, did you know that John Podesta is a Pedophile? Just ask him about Pizzagate next time you see him for me. Thanks.

Thanks again Wikileaks for upping my reward to solve my murder. I wonder why you’d do that for me? Oh, you are trying to tell the world I was your source. Whoops cat’s outta the bag now.”

The domain was modified on 11/14/17. Upon further researching, we learned the domain was actually re-registered and is provided by a free domain host the Freedom Registry. This means that anyone within or outside of the WikiLeaks campaign could have access to the domain. We just don’t know who owns it.

“Freedom Registry makes money through ads on expired domains. Zuurbier says registration and renewal are free for users, but when they abandon the site or don’t meet the minimum requirements of 25 unique visitors every 90 days, the domain gets ‘parked.’ That means the URL still exists, but the content is replaced with ads tailored to the original site,” CNN reported about the domain registrar.

If it was indeed done by someone within the whistleblower coalition, the message is quite telling and doesn’t hold back accusing both Hillary Clinton and John Podesta of murder, and Podesta separately potentially being a pedophile, making note to ask about Pizzagate.

Speculation has exploded about Podesta using codewords throughout his leaked emails that were published by WikiLeaks over the summer, possibly revealing corruption throughout Clinton’s campaign and creepy “spirit cooking.” One of the stranger emails suggests to Podesta that someone found his handkerchief and it has a “map that seems pizza-related,” a sentence that makes no sense.

In the final months of the 2016 presidential election, the WikiLeaks Twitter account promoted not just its new publications, but also frequently anti-Clinton articles like her alleged “role in the death of White House counsel Vince Foster.” DailyMail also published a story that WikiLeaks posted that indicated an interview with HRC went missing from the U.S. National Archives on Vince Foster’s death, a story I also covered while working at We Are Change, last year.

So there is potential that the message now on the Wlsearch.tk website may come from the group. If that turns out to be the case it would imply that there are further dumps to come. It’s also of particular interest that the organization hasn’t tweeted that the search website used during the election and DMed to Trump Jr was hacked or re-acquired or anything.

WikiLeaks followed up by posting CBS investigative reporter Ben Swann’s analysis of Pizzagate two months after the election and concluded with a link to documented FBI symbols used by pedophiles:

So does WikiLeaks know something we don’t? The alternative theory and the one more plausible in my opinion is that WikiLeaks, which has faced several different blackball campaigns over the 2016 election alone including an intelligence company Premise Data Corporation, allegedly linked to Hillary Clinton and another claiming Assange was dead and kidnapped, may be facing another attempt to discredit its 10-year tenure of publishing accurate information after releasing its latest release CIA Vault 8.

The Vault 8 release cripples the narrative that Russia hacked the U.S. election by showing that the CIA can impersonate Kaspersky software that was accused of helping the Russian government.

The Atlantic earlier this week accused Assange and the WikiLeaks staff of colluding with the Trump campaign and not being unbiased, as well as seeking to get Assange out of his asylum situation by urging Trump after he had won the election to “appoint Assange as Australian ambassador to DC.”

On October 12, 2016, just 15 minutes after WikiLeaks told Trump Jr. that a new batch of Podesta emails had been released, with “many great stories the press are missing,” his father tweeted a complaint accusing “the dishonest media” of ignoring “incredible information provided by WikiLeaks.” In the same message, WikiLeaks urged Trump Jr. to share a link he provided to the email database — wlsearch.tk — so “you guys can get all your followers digging through the content.” Two days later, Trump Jr. shared that link with followers.

Activist Post has reached out to WikiLeaks for a response on this matter and will update if a statement is made about the alleged website.

Aaron Kesel writes for Activist Post. Support us at Patreon. Follow us on FacebookTwitterSteemit, andBitChute. Ready for solutions? Subscribe to our premium newsletter Counter Markets.

 


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