WASHINGTON. Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter and Detective Joseph Recarey risked their careers for the sake of the community they served. That risk centered on a case in which they gathered evidence supporting allegations that a multi-millionaire suspect living in a $12.5 million mansion on Palm Beach’s fashionable barrier island was trafficking in underage girls for sex. That man was hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein.
The fix is in
Law enforcement officials were “pressured by then-Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer to downgrade the (2006) case to a misdemeanor or drop it altogether,” the Miami Herald reported.
This despite having identified some 35 possible victims.
Detective Recarey told the Herald,
“[Attorney] Alan Dershowitz flew down and met privately with Krischer. And the shenanigans that happened, I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard of before.”
He also said Krischer didn’t believe Epstein’s young accusers, allowing only two to testify before a grand jury.
In their book “The Clinton’s War on Women,” authors Roger Stone and Robert Morrow noted:
“Barry Krischer led a grand jury by the nose to indict Epstein on just one single charge: solicitation of prostitution, the sex crime equivalent of jaywalking… Nothing in the indictment pertained to sexually molesting a fourteen-year-old girl, nor was there anything about running a massive underage sex trafficking ring for VIP pedophiles.”
Doubling down on the victims
That means Krischer had to designate one of Epstein’s underage victims as a prostitute. A victim .worthy of the pedophile’s “solicitation..”
Doubling down on the victim’s victimization.
Meanwhile, the mainstream media is spinning their narratives. Condemning former US Attorney Alexander Acosta for getting Jeffrey Epstein to serve some time in prison and forcing him to register as a sex offender.
So, you ask, what is Democrat Barry Krischer doing these days?
According to the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence:
“He [Krischer] currently serves on the Palm Beach County Alliance, responsible for oversight of children placed in foster care. Since retiring, he volunteers at the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office, the State Attorney Office, and regularly provides in-service training to law enforcement.”
An ironic and chilling development in light of his legal “shenanigans” to stifle Palm Beach police efforts to prosecute Jeffrey Epstein to the fullest extent of the law for his crimes against children.
Just in passing, Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York has demanded the resignation of Acosta as the Trump administration’s Labor Secretary. Before announcing he will forward a recent $7,000 campaign contribution to anti-sex trafficking and anti-domestic violence groups.
The generous campaign funds provided to Schumer’s re-election effort was made by faithful Democratic Party campaign contributor and underage sex procurer… Jeffery Epstein.
Top Images: Jeffery Epstein (left) and Democratic
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. MSNBC screen captures.