A source says that some of Jeffrey Epstein’s former employees were represented by a federal magistrate judge in Florida. This judge gave the FBI permission to raid the Mar-a-Lago home of Donald Trump, who was the former president of the United States.
It has been established through reliable sources that Judge Bruce Reinhardt has given his approval to the warrant for the estate in South Florida.
Reinhardt reportedly spent 10 years as a practicing attorney before he was appointed a magistrate judge in 2018, as indicated by the chronology of his professional life as presented by Bloomberg. He served as an assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida for many years, and he is now working for the federal government as a prosecutor.
When Reinhardt was elevated to the position of magistrate judge in 2018, the Miami Herald was the first to discover his connections to Epstein’s employees. According to reports, he represented pilots like Sarah Kellen and Nadia Marcinkova, a lady who worked as Epstein’s scheduler.