Judge Who Signed Off on Trump/Mar-a-Lago Raid Represented Epstein Employees

Nick Kangadis | August 9, 2022
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Well, what do we have here? You mean to tell me that the judge who signed off on the gestapo-style raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday might allegedly be a scumbag? Ya don’t say?!

Florida federal magistrate, Judge Bruce Reinhart, is the man who authorized the FBI to raid Trump’s home while he wasn’t even there. But, the same year that Reinhart “was elevated to magistrate judge” (2018), as reported by the New York Post, the Miami Herald published a story in which they claimed that court documents showed Reinhart had an affiliation with suspiciously deceased convicted pedophile and concierge to the elite, Jeffrey Epstein.

The Herald reported the following:

Epstein also hired Bruce Reinhart, then an assistant U.S. attorney in South Florida, now a U.S. magistrate. He left the U.S. Attorney’s Office on Jan. 1, 2008, and went to work representing Epstein’s employees on Jan. 2, 2008, court records show. In 2011, Reinhart was named in the Crime Victims’ Rights Act lawsuit, which accused him of violating Justice Department policies by switching sides, implying that he leveraged inside information about Epstein’s investigation to curry favor with Epstein.

Reinhart, in a sworn declaration attached to the CVRA case, denied the allegation, saying he did not participate in Epstein’s criminal case and “never learned any confidential, non-public information about the Epstein matter.’’

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has since disputed that, saying in court papers that he did possess confidential information about the case. Contacted for this story, Reinhart, in an email, said he never represented Epstein — only Epstein’s pilots; his scheduler, Sarah Kellen; and Nadia Marcinkova, described by some victims as Epstein’s sex slave. Reinhart also pointed out that a complaint filed against him by victims’ lawyer Paul Cassell was dismissed by the Justice Department.

Related: Dan Bongino on Gestapo-Style FBI Raid on Trump's Home: 'This is Some Third World Bull$#it!'

So while Reinhart says he “never represented Epstein,” he admitted to representing many of Epstein’s employees — essentially attempting to protect the Epstein empire of perversion.

To be fair, and play Devil’s advocate, everyone is entitled to a fair trial in this country — even the guilty. Although, it’s beginning to look like our court system is being used to target political opponents rather than uphold any kind of integrity that the corrupted justice system had left.


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