I am not a conspiricist by nature. Most of what happens can be explained by laziness, greed, stupidity or the tidal forces of opinion. But when the husband and the only son of a judge assigned to the Epstein case are shot by a man posing as a courier – ding dong! Don’t answer that door!- and the assassin is found the next day shot dead with self inflicted wounds, one has to ask: coincidence? I think not.
A few of Geoffrey Epstein’s former friends and associates want to make sure that nothing is investigated and are ready to murder to ensure their security. That much is obvious. If I were Ghislaine Maxwell I would be feeling quite insecure right now. That they were ready to murder the son and husband of the judge who is dealing with a case relating to Deutsche Bank’s transactions with Epstein shows how ruthless they are prepared to be.
Ding dong! Don’t answer that door! I am reminded of a scene from American Werewolf in London, which you must see. I don’t wish to make light of murderous behaviour but it should serve as a warning not to answer your door, without a loaded shotgun at the ready. Especially if you are a trial judge.