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BeepNode
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The judge that issued the warrant also happened represent two Epstein accomplices.

What are the mathematical odds of this?

- In 2007, Reinhart worked for the United States District Attorney's office.

- On the fist day of 2008 he resigned.

- On the second day of 2008 he began representing Sarah Kellen and Nadia Marcinkova - two known accomplices of Epstein and Maxwell in their extortion and sex traffcking racket.

- He successfully kept Epstein out of federal prison.

- In 2018 he became a magistrate judge.

- In 2019 Epstein killed himself



Like, how hardcore is it to just quit a good job to represent sex traffickers? That smells like behavior somebody that is being blackmailed would do, no?








LSUnation78
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Nein nein nein


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CDawson
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That smells like behavior somebody that is being blackmailed would do, no?



Or behavior from someone that got a massive retainer to help Epstein and his clan sweep this under the rug.


Blizzard of Chizz
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Quite honestly I’m really surprised something like that was allowed to just skate by. How do you let someone with intimate knowledge of the prosecution’s case, it’s discussions and it’s strategies resign one day and begin representing the defendants the next? It seems highly unethical for a host of reasons


CelticDog
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the judge was a Trump appointment.



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BeepNode
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Quite honestly I’m really surprised something like that was allowed to just skate by. How do you let someone with intimate knowledge of the prosecution’s case, it’s discussions and it’s strategies resign one day and begin representing the defendants the next? It seems highly unethical for a host of reasons



Indeed. Some of the victims apparently are trying to sue about the flipping sides bit.


BeepNode
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the judge was a Trump appointment.



That doesn't help the conspiracy theory go away. When and why was he appointed?
This post was edited on 8/9 at 11:37 pm


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Cromulent
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You are an idiot. A magistrate judge is not appointed.


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Blizzard of Chizz
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Indeed. Some of the victims apparently are trying to sue about the flipping sides bit.


Just the idea that it was allowed to happen is shocking to me. At the very least you have to get to the bottom of when the initial contact was made to represent the defendants. If they were in contact and discussions prior to him resigning, that means you had a US attorney, actively involved in the prosecution of a defendant simultaneously representing the defendant either formally or informally. The conflict of Interest is massive but like everything else with the Epstein case, govt shenanigans are the norm


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MasterDigger
Member since Nov 2019
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Rumor around that the judge has a brother that is a director of Translational Pharmacology (RNA) projects from Sandy Hook Connecticut. LINK

Sounds far-fetched but strange things are afoot at the Circle-K.

No real corroboration on this though.


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