Yesterday, I published the post "Owner of bar where Seth Rich was last seen alive, may have visited Obama White House 4 days earlier," in which I showed that White House Logs have a "Joseph P. Capone" visiting the Obama White House on July 6, 2016 — four days before DNC staffer Seth Rich was assassinated in the early morning hours of July 10, 2016, near his apartment in Washington, D.C.
Rich's behavior that night suggests he had been drugged:
According to Daily Mail, "Rich was unusually drunk. The 27-year-old DNC staffer could normally throw back Bell's beer for hours without a problem, but that night he was uncharacteristically unsteady on his feet as he made his way out the door."
"That was just not Seth. I never saw him drunk or even tipsy." (Newsweek)
Both WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and hacker Guccifer 2.0 had said Rich was the source of thousands of DNC emails that WikiLeaks published, to damaging effect on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
According to White House Logs, on July 6, 2016, a "Joseph P. Capone" visited the White House as part of a group of four, beginning at 12 noon and ending at 11:59 pm. The meeting location was the East Wing of the White House. The appointment (number U38825) had been made a week before on June 29, 2016. The other three people in Capone's group were Allesandra J. Capone, Michael R. Capone, and Kymberlie N. Jeffery.