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Judge in Deutsche Bank Case is Terrorized

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Deutsche Bank was one of the places through which Jeffrey Epstein laundered his money. A shareholders suit is asking why Epstein was exempted from standard money-laundering safeguards. The judge assigned to the New York case was Esther Salas.

Yesterday, a man dressed in a FedEx uniform came to Salas's front door. He shot Salas's husband and murdered Salas's teenage son.

'Chief District Judge Freda Wolfson told the Associated Press they 'really have no idea' if the shooting was linked to Salas' work or the political climate.' 

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