Deaths Continue Surrounding Deutsche Bank; Husband and Son Of Judge Investigating Epstein’s Ties To Bank Shot

Deaths Continue Surrounding Deutsche Bank; Husband and Son Of Judge Investigating Epstein’s Ties To Bank Shot by  for Activist Post

The husband and son of Federal Judge Esther Salas who recently was appointed to investigate Jeffrey Epstein’s involvement with Deutsche Bank were gunned down in their New Jersey home in a targeted attack.  The gunman rang the doorbell, Judge Salas’s husband, Mark Anderl, opened the door and was immediately shot.  Salas’s son ran to protect his father and he too was shot.

NBC New York reports:

Three senior law enforcement officials tell News 4, New York, that a gunman shot Judge Esther Salas’ spouse and her 20-year-old son their North Brunswick home around 5 p.m. Sunday. North Brunswick’s mayor confirmed the son’s death; the husband is in critical condition.

Preliminary indications are that the husband answered the door and was shot multiple times; the son came running to the door and was shot as well before the gunman fled, the sources said. Judge Salas was believed to be in the basement at the time of the shooting, and she was not injured.

Salas was recently appointed to cover an ongoing civil lawsuit brought by Deutsche Bank investors who claim the bank made false and misleading statements about its anti-money laundering policies and failed to monitor “high-risk” customers including convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The FBI, U.S. Marshals, New Jersey State Police, and the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General are all involved in the investigation, with the  FBI tweeting out a manhunt. The FBI expressed on Twitter that the agency was looking for “one suspect” who disguised themselves as a FedEx employee and shot dead the judge’s son while critically wounding her husband.

It’s worth mentioning for readers that in the past there were threats and harassment being flung around to witnesses, victims, and even Senator Lauren Book. It’s also notable that Virginia Giufree was previously warned by the FBI that there is “a credible death threat made against her’ following Prince Andrew interview,” Dailymail reported.

Even former Palm Beach police chief Michael Reiter, whose department conducted the initial investigation into Epstein, said in a civil lawsuit deposition that Epstein got off easy and he had noticed they were being watched when investigating the case.

“That wasn’t an appropriate resolution of this matter,” Reiter said, arguing that the charges against Epstein were “very minor,” compared to what the facts called for.

Reiter, who was the partner of Joseph Recarey, even stated prior in 2010 in an exclusive interview to The Daily Beast that during the investigation they became aware they were being watched under surveillance for several months by an unknown source.

Reiter also previously stated that State Attorney Barry Krischer was hesitant to prosecute Epstein, causing Reiter to send a letter to Krischer complaining of the “highly unusual conduct.”

The facts become even more disturbing and chilling when you learn that State Attorney Krische,r who turned a blind eye to this case, was also in charge of Florida’s Crimes Against Children Unit, a position of power in which he could directly affect cases against persons accused of crimes against children.

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