According to an anonymous post at 4Chan, a person claiming to be a 4th year surgery resident states that Seth Rich was not seriously wounded with his two gunshot wounds.
When they processed him and moved him into the intensive care unit, there was interference from law enforcement officers, who kicked everyone out but the doctor and a few nurses. They shut down visitor access entirely.
He was claimed to be a VIP by the hospital administration and his access to care was limited.
I have only one question… Was he allowed to die?
He was challenged on 4chan by people who were wary of fake news peddlers:
prove you are not a larper.
what are the list of medications you administered throughout the entire process?
Anonymous (ID: rhotYJAg) 05/17/17(Wed)13:26:47 No.125914751:
The resident responded:
When he [Seth Rich] arrived to the trauma ward he had LR running, I don’t keep up with how much he got but less than 2 liters before we rolled to the OR.
No transfusion was done in trauma; the massive transfusion protocol was started because he was hypotensive on arrival but by the time the cooler (4u PRBC, 2u FFP) was ready we were on the way to the OR and honestly I don’t remember if he got any of it beforehand; he responded well to just IVF resuscitation so we went ahead with the surgery any just ended up giving him 2 units afterwards (the crit we got in trauma was returned just after we left and was low, ~24 IIRC but it wasn’t communicated to us… teamwork fail for sure but that can happen when we’re rushing to the OR)
As for the rest of the meds? You’d have to ask anesthesia I guess. He didn’t need anything from us in the ICU except a propofol/fentanyl drip to maintain sedation while intubated but that’s pretty par for the course. The important part was that he was hemodynamically stable and not requiring pressors.
Anonymous (ID: rhotYJAg) 05/17/17(Wed)13:36:13 No.125915975
I haven’t spoken to the attending who was on staff that night but the other resident I was with that night doesn’t remember it in any clarity (he was called to traumas as part of his rotation but that was ancillary to his ICU -different ICU btw- duties). Basically he said, “yeah that was weird, right?” At the time we were way more concerned with the rising class / new interns (July 1st is a terrifying time to be a patient lol) to make much notice… it always stuck in my head as something super bizarre but it was a long time before I even realized it was Seth Rich. When he arrived he was assigned by our system a trauma number, not a name as his patient ID. I only knew him at that time as Tra### (no freaking way that I remember the actual number). When it came to light who he was a while later I was floored. And terrified.
Anonymous (ID: rhotYJAg) 05/17/17(Wed)13:39:36 No.125916400
UPDATE: The Plot Thickens
Guess who is on the board of directors for the DC Police Officer Foundation?
Tony Podesta’s ex wife and DNC/Democrat darling, Heather Podesta.
Isn’t it very convenient if you want the police to lay off the Democrat activities to have an active board member who’s chummy with the chief of the Washington DC Police? She’s been a member of the board since at least 2013.
I’m meeting my legal team on Monday. I will issue a statement about #SethRich on Tuesday. Please be patient. This needs to be done properly.