Judge who signed off FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago mansion represented Jeffrey Epstein’s pilots, scheduler and his his ‘Yugoslavian sex slave’
Bruce Reinhart had represented several employees of the billionaire pedophile before he sanctioned the ‘unannounced’ search on Mar-a-Lago yesterday.
He left the local US Attorney’s office over a decade ago to help staff members including his pilots and his scheduler.
The FBI searched Trump’s estate as part of a probe into whether he took classified records from the White House to his Florida mansion.
The ex-president revealed the raid in a lengthy statement and said the Feds broke into a safe at his home as they hunted the documents.
The agents are reported to have seized 15 boxes worth of classified information but have not commented on what they contained.
Trump blasted it as ‘prosecutorial misconduct’ and accused the bureau of double standards for not doing the same to Hillary Clinton.
The Florida judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s house had represented Jeffrey Epstein’s workers in court, it has been claimed
Sources told the New York Post Reinhart approved the FBI warrant that let agents ransack the Florida mansion yesterday morning.
He had been made a magistrate judge four years ago after spending 10 years in the private sector where he worked with some of Epstein’s staff.
He helped the billionaire pedophile’s pilots, scheduler Sarah Kellen and who he called his ‘Yugoslavian sex slave’ Nadia Marcinkova.
On New Year’s Day 2008 he had left his job at the South Florida US Attorney’s Office and worked with the employees the next day.
His official biography says he ‘managed a docket that covered the full spectrum of federal crimes, including narcotics, violent crimes, public corruption, financial frauds, child pornography and immigration’.