ACOSTA SCRAPPED 53-PAGE EPSTEIN INDICTMENT IN 2008 "AFTER SECRET NEGOTIATIONS": FMR STATE'S ATTORNEY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


ACOSTA SCRAPPED 53-PAGE EPSTEIN INDICTMENT IN 2008 "AFTER SECRET NEGOTIATIONS": FMR STATE'S ATTORNEY

SOURCE: ZERO HEDGE

Former Palm Beach County state's attorney, Barry Krischer, says that Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta's account of a 2008 plea arrangement his office cut with pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein is "completely wrong," and that Acosta "should not be allowed to rewrite history," according to a Wednesday statement by Krischer.

Earlier in the day Acosta held a press conference in which he vehemently defended the deal to serve just 13 months in county jail - saying that Krischer would have let Epstein walk otherwise.

"Simply put, the Palm Beach State Attorney's Office was willing to let Epstein walk free. No jail time. Nothing," said Acosta. "Prosecutors in my former office found this to be completely unacceptable, and we became involved."

Not true says Krischer - who said that Acosta abandoned a 53-page federal indictment "after secret negotiations between Mr. Epstein's lawyers and Mr. Acosta," according to The Hill.

READ IT HERE: Former Palm Beach (FL) State Atty Barry Krischer challenges Acosta’s characterization of why Acosta pursued a plea deal for Epstein: “I can emphatically state that Mr. Acosta’s recollection of this matter is completely wrong.” pic.twitter.com/0Drs4vetTO

— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) July 10, 2019
The Miami U.S. Attorney’s Office had prepared a federal indictment against Epstein, but it was never filed. Acosta has also faced criticism for failing to disclose the plea deal to Epstein’s victims, something he said would have jeopardized the agreement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Acosta most likely had a price for what he did, and Epstein most probably met it; that is the way the world is run, for the monied, by the monied, and of the monied.

The incredible "sleaze factor", and the moral horror of those kids getting violated, is never a factor, when the incredibly powerful believe that can get anything they want, and think that they can get away with it.

Of course, they never consider that cameras are running, and silently documenting this behaviour, and that the images (and sounds) may well be used later, for extortion, or blackmail.

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And Trump appointed this guy.....

Ethan Allen and...

as his Labor Secretary. Why?

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