Report: Federal Judge’s Son Killed, Husband Injured After Gunman Opens Fire At Their Home

Alleged pedophile Jeffrey Epstein supposedly committed suicide last August, but there are still countless unanswered questions surrounding his mysterious death.

Earlier this month, federal officials arrested Epstein’s confidant, Ghislaine Maxwell, in New Hampshire.

A federal judge denied bail for Maxwell, who has been accused of facilitating the sexual abuse of young girls in the mid-1990s by Epstein.

But something else bizarre has happened this week.

A federal judge’s son was killed and her husband was injured after a man reportedly opened fire at their New Jersey home.

The connection? New Jersey federal Judge Esther Salas was handling a class action lawsuit against Deutsche Bank on behalf of investors who purchased securities between November 2017 to July 6 of this year.

The complaint says the bank “failed to properly monitor customers that the Bank itself deemed to be high risk, including, among others, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.”

The Washington Examiner reported:

The son of New Jersey federal Judge Esther Salas was killed Sunday evening when a gunman who may have appeared as a FedEx worker opened fire on her family.

Daniel Anderl, 20, was gunned down after he opened the door to their family home in North Brunswick, New Jersey, Chief District Judge Freda Wolfson told the Associated Press.

His father, Mark Anderl, a defense attorney who was standing behind him, was injured and underwent surgery at a local hospital.

Salas, who was in the basement at the time of the shooting, was reportedly unharmed.

Law enforcement sources told multiple news outlets that the gunman might have been dressed as a FedEx deliveryman, but it remains unclear whether the person was actually a FedEx worker or just dressed as one.

The company told CNN they are aware of what happened and are fully cooperating with authorities. The FBI is investigating the incident, searching for “one subject” and urging anyone with information to get in touch with them.

Salas, who was nominated to her role in 2011 by former President Barack Obama, was recently assigned to handle a class action lawsuit against Deutsche Bank on behalf of investors who purchased securities between November 2017 to July 6 of this year.

The complaint says the bank “failed to properly monitor customers that the Bank itself deemed to be high risk, including, among others, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.”

Salas has also presided over other high-profile cases, including a fraud case of two stars of the Real Housewives of New Jersey and the 2018 sentencing of Farad Roland, who was found guilty of federal racketeering charges and sentenced to 45 years in prison.

New Jersey politicians expressed their condolences for Salas’s family, including Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy.

“Judge Salas and her family are in our thoughts at this time as they cope with this senseless act,” Murphy wrote in a tweet.

“I know Judge Salas and her husband well, and was proud to recommend her to President Obama for nomination to NJ’s federal bench,” Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez said. “My prayers are with Judge Salas and her family, and that those responsible for this horrendous act are swiftly apprehended and brought to justice.”

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