Former Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Krischer offered Jeffrey Epstein an even sweeter plea deal than the one he later accepted which would have swept the "entire case under the rug," Dylan Howard reports.
From Dylan Howard, "EXCLUSIVE: Read The Secret Plea Deal Offered To Jeffrey Epstein To AVOID A GRAND JURY -- Agreement That Would Have Swept Entire Case Under The Rug And Was EVEN SWEETER THAN THE DEAL HE LATER ACCEPTED":
House Democrats have asked for emails and documents as part of a probe into how Jeffrey Epstein received a secret plea deal -- one document they'll want (see below) is a document dated April 17, 2016, during which the former Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Krischer offered the sex fiend and international spy an EVEN better sweetheart deal.
The facts of the consummated "plea deal of the century" are by this point in time widely known.
Former Trump labor secretary Alex Acosta, who as a federal prosecutor in Florida in 2007 negotiated a secret deal with lawyers for Epstein that allowed the uber-wealthy sexual predator to avoid serious prison time, protected Epstein's co-conspirators and hid the existence of the agreement from dozens of alleged victims.
What most people don't realize, however, is that Palm Beach County prosecutors actually had offered Epstein another plea deal back in 2006. An even sweeter deal, it would have helped him avoid grand jury proceedings and jail time altogether, likely sweeping the entire investigation under the rug.
The plea deal, issued in a letter from Assistant State Attorney Lanna Behlohlave to Epstein's attorney Guy Fronstin, and obtained by the team behind EPSTEIN: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES, reads as follows:
By this letter, I am confirming the offer of settlement to your client, Jeffrey Epstein. Should you accept this settlement, the state will not proceed with Grand Jury proceedings tomorrow.
Plea to Aggravated Assault with the Intent to Commit a Felony, a third degree felony. Adjudication will be withheld, and your client will be placed on 5 year probation with the following conditions: no contact direct or indirect with victim [redacted]; no contact with minors unless supervised by an approved adult with knowledge of the underlying facts, but in no case shall the supervising adult be [assistants] Nadia Marcinkova or Sarah Kellen; psycho-sexual evaluation and successful completion of any recommended treatment; full payment of the costs of the investigation by the Palm Beach Police Department; and may apply for early termination of probation after three years if there are no violations and all conditions have been successfully completed.
Remarkably, Epstein -- a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton and Britain's Prince Andrew, who died from what authorities ruled a suicide in August at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York -- rejected the deal. What part of that list of demands was too much for him? Was he confident at that time that he'd skate entirely -- because he was considered off-limits as a Mossad spy, as revealed in EPSTEIN: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES?
Barry Krischer was recently given a "Jurisprudence Award" from the Anti-Defamation League.
"The Jurisprudence Award was established to recognize individuals who have made 'an outstanding contribution to the legal profession and to the community at large, while exemplifying the principles upon which the Anti-Defamation League was founded,'" the ADL said in a news release last year.
B'nai B'rith's ADL was founded to cover-up the brutal murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan in 1913 by Leo Frank by falsely claiming Frank was the victim of "antisemitism."
Was Krischer covering-up for suspected Mossad blackmail agent Jeffrey Epstein serving the "community at large" behind the ADL?
That would make sense, considering the ADL is currently lobbying for mass censorship on social media and getting folks who highlight the Mossad-Epstein connection suspended and banned.
As @SachaBaronCohen said at #NeverIsNow, tech giants shouldn't give a platform to people spreading #hate.— ADL (@ADL) November 25, 2019
We compiled a list of people active on @Twitter, @Facebook & @YouTube who espouse #antiSemitism.
Companies must take responsibility & remove them.https://t.co/y2nwpSaVCG
The New York Times ran an article from the ADL's Brittan Heller earlier this week pressuring Big Tech to ramp up their censorship.
Heller starred in this video from the ADL last year highlighting how they're designing artificial intelligence systems to automatically censor whatever they deem to be "hate speech" (aka facts they don't like).
YouTube recently rolled out expanded AI-based censorship of all comments and bragged about deleting 500 million comments in Q2 "in part due to a large increase in hate speech removals."
YouTube made the decision just days after Sacha Baron Cohen gave a speech at the ADL demanding more censorship and calling on social media companies to hire ADL "monitors" to screen everything posted online before allowing it to appear.
Here's Sacha Baron Cohen saying everything you post online should go through moderators first to see whether it should be approved. pic.twitter.com/PZVQmx1prn— Ashley Rae Groypenberg (@Communism_Kills) November 22, 2019
It needs to be mentioned that Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter said recently he suspects Jeffrey Epstein was tipped off to their first raid on his house in Palm Beach in 2005 and their case against Epstein was leaked to his defense (which would have been fellow ADL award winner Alan Dershowitz).
Did Barry Krischer leak the case to Alan Dershowitz to help cover for Jeffrey Epstein and his suspected Mega Group backers?
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