It wasn’t even a month ago when we wrote why we expect the Banksters Death Count from 2008 to start up again. (Read, “Will the Trail of Death from 2008 Continue?” HERE)
Cue up the Sunday night’s murder of US Judge Ester Salas’ 20-year-old son and critical injury of her husband Mark Anderl.
While the cause of murder is slightly different than the “Bankster suicides” the message to Salas is still the same.
KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT, OR ELSE.
You see, four days before this attack, Salas had been assigned to a Deutsche Bank/Epstein lawsuit.
So, now the trail of death involves banksters AND sex-trafficking.
Of course, the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes aren’t mentioning the connection to Salas and Deutsche Bank/Epstein. Instead they – and New Jersey Politicians – are using it as an opportunity to say things like, “This tragedy is our latest reminder that gun violence remains a crisis in our country and that our labors to make every community safer isn’t done.”
In other words: We Need to Confiscate Your Guns.
The alleged killer/suspect was a white man (remember, white, lower case “w”) wearing a face mask and a FedEx uniform who somehow was found dead in Liberty, NY from…wait for it…suicide.
How were the authorities (Who are these authorities, anyway?) able to find and pinpoint this suspect (who very conveniently killed himself) so quickly?
Enquiring minds want to know.
Once again, this one doesn’t pass the smell test.
But like so many of the bankster suicides after the 2008 meltdown, this will be swept under the rug.
Translation: “Nothing to see here, move along.”
This allows the presstitutes to say, “Now let’s get back to the record number of new covid cases every day in Florida…get your hourly updates on Yahoo.”
Quite honestly, this sickens me.
And if you’re paying attention, you should be sickened too.
The fact that a 20-year-old kid was ruthlessly murdered – because his mom was a newly appointed judge in an Epstein related case – should make you question everything.
Are you Connecting the Dots yet?
Follow the trail (Here