Today is the first day of Seth Rich's investigation: Murder Case Updates

Today is the first day of Seth Rich's investigation: Murder Case Updates ...

In the strange case that spawned widespread conspiracy theories implying that the killing of a Democratic Party adviser to WikiLeaks has been falsely investigated.

After shocking information was discovered by Fox News, Rich was shot down at the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C. at 4:20 a.m. July 10, 2016. The case remains unsolved. Following simple remarks from WikiLeaks'' founder, internet conspiracy theorists speculated it was Rich, not Russia, who leaked internal DNC documents. The case gained traction.

The murder of Rich and the conspiracy theories that erupted in his death were the subject of Episode 2 of the new Netflix series Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and the Internet.

Here''s all you need to know about the past year.

Seth Richs'' mom claimed there have been no leads to follow in his murder case.

After four years of silence and a disagreement with Fox News, Seth Rich''s parents are ready to talk about the harm conspiracy theories do.

NPRs @MorningEdition https://t.co/2Zz89BSLMP: My interview

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Mary Rich, the mother of Seth Rich, told NPR that there have been no leads to follow in solving the murder case of her son. She said she had promised to fight for justice.

We have stated from Day 1, we will follow the truth, and whoever provides the truth, we will follow this path, according to Mary Rich on NPR. So yet, there has been nothing to do.

In her interview with NPR, she remembered a line from her sons acceptance letter, declaring that he was so grateful to be able to make a difference.

These words are related to my son, according to NPR. These words are also on his cemetery stone.

Joel Rich, his father, said he wanted to make a difference.

After the Network spreadconspiracy theories in the murder, Richs parents set a suit with Fox News.

From Seth Rich''s murder to a white nationalist who was unintentionally become a mouthpiece for white nationalists, the Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and The Internet is a six-part anthology about discovering yourself caught in the turbulent web of modern misinformation and digital deception. Now on Netflix pic.twitter.com/gAqWXczQbD

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The combined trauma of her four children''s death and the attacks by conspiracy theorists caused a deep and lasting distrust, according to Mary Rich.

When the lawsuit was over, our lives would be able to return to a sense of normalcy, according to NPR. People would know and understand that there was a big lie. Since then, we will never forget that we were involved in the trials.

The conspiracy theories, according to Joel Rich, changed the way they live each day.

Joel Rich told NPR that your acting, who you will listen to, and what you do when youre at home, have changed. What''s the impact that these conspiracies have on your life?

In 2020, Joel and Mary Rich reached a settlement with Fox News. The terms of the settlement are confidential.

Richs parents said in a statement at the time they were pleased with the settlement of this issue, and that they intend to use caution in the near future.

The settlement with Fox News has closed another chapter in our attempts to mourn the murder of our beloved Seth, whom we forget every single day. It allows us to progress further from the litigation we initiated in response to a Fox News article in May 2017 and televised statements about Seths'' murder.