The incidents surrounding the murder of A US Federal judge Esther Salas has been unraveled in an emotional video by the Judge.
The US Federal judge in overseen the notorious Jeffery Epstein’s pedophilia ring case Esther Salas, had her son ( Mark Anderl ) murdered by a gun man posing as a FeDeX driver on the 19th of July 2020.
The 20years old son of Esther Salas was allegedly murdered as a “back off” message to the mother who had her finger on the case which was said to implicate a lot of powerful individuals and banking institutions in the United States.
The FBI is investigating a shooting that occurred at the home of Judge Ester Salas in North Brunswick Township, New Jersey earlier this evening, July 19. We’re looking for one subject & ask that anyone who thinks they may have relevant information call us at 1-973-792-3001.
The grieving mother has on the 3rd of August released an emotional video where she addressed the public and also asked for protection for judges who end up in the line of fire for doing their duty in the search for justice.
Here are some of the highlights from the video which was released at mid night yesterday;
“Two weeks ago, my life as I knew it changed in an instant, and my family will never be the same,” Salas says, adding, “A madman, who I believe was targeting me because of my position as a federal judge, came to my house.”
“Within seconds, I heard the sound of bullets and someone screaming, ‘No!’” Salas said, her voice catching and seeming to fight back tears.
The shooter who was found dead a few hours after committing the heinous crime was believed to an anti-feminist lawyer who has been active in the men’s right forums online.
Salas pleaded for measures to ensure the safety of judges and lawyers who might end up as targets for high profile criminals trying to escape the grip of the law.
“My son’s death cannot be in vain, which is why I am begging those in power to do something to help my brothers and sisters on the bench. . . . Now, more than ever, we need to identify a solution that keeps the lives of federal judges private,” Salas said in her video, adding, “This is a matter of life and death.” Salas said.