Sean Hannity: I’m ‘Looking Into’ Seth Rich’s ‘Suspicious’ Death

Daniel J. Solomon

After an investigation revealed that Seth Rich was in contact with WikiLeaks prior to his unsolved murder, Fox News personality Sean Hannity has vowed to “look into” what he calls the former Democratic National Committee staffer’s “suspicious” death.

Rich was gunned down near his home in Washington, D.C. last summer, and so far authorities with the D.C. police and Federal Bureau of Investigation have not apprehended a suspect.

Rich’s parents have appealed to the public for information, but have sought to tamp down conspiracy theory speculations about their son’s death.

The slain politico was working on the DNC’s efforts to expand ballot access and he was planning on moving to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.