Gunman Dressed as Fedex Driver Kills Federal Judge's Son, Critically Wounding Her Husband
#epsteindidn'tkillhimself Conspiracy theories reach new heights as Esther Salas' family is tragically attacked in what seems like a professional hit.
July 19, 2020
The son of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas was shot and killed Sunday evening, by a gunman dressed as a FedEx driver. Her husband was also shot and is listed in critical condition.
On the internet, conspiracy theories reach new heights as Esther Salas' family is tragically attacked in what seems like a professional hit.
Salas is presiding over the Deutsche Bank vs. Jeffrey Epstein Estate civil case. The matter is suspicious to say the least, but it's not clear who the gunman targeted. Federal Judges have many cases, and over time they do make powerful and dangerous enemies.
Federal Judges have hundreds of cases. Once or twice in ten years, one of them is the target of assassinations or attempted assassinations.
Conspiracy theories reach new heights as Esther Salas' family is tragically attacked in what seems like a professional hit.
Judge Salas is married to attorney Mark Anderl, with whom she had a son, Daniel. On July 19, 2020, an assailant dressed as a FedEx employee shot Anderl and Daniel in their New Jersey home, killing Daniel and leaving Anderl in critical but stable condition. Salas herself was in the basement at the time of the shooting and survived unharmed. An investigation is being led by the FBI.
In 2013 Judge Salas presided over a notable public corruption case.
Judge Salas was the judge responsible for the trial of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her husband Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice. They were both sentenced for bank fraud on October 2, 2014.
Salas is the judge on the case against Deutsche Bank in regards to Jeffrey Epstein, Karimi v. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft et al.
Esther Salas, 52, is a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey sitting in Newark, New Jersey. She previously served as a United States Magistrate Judge of the same court since 2006.
Salas is the first Hispanic woman to serve as a United States Magistrate Judge in the District of New Jersey, and also the first to serve as a United States District Judge in the District of New Jersey.