Asha Rangappa @AshaRangappa_ Fmr FBI Special Agent, lawyer, faculty @JacksonYale. Tiger(ish) mom. @CNN analyst. Editor @just_security. Karaoke, golf, and Shakespeare aficionado. Views mine. Jul. 10, 2019 1 min read

I’m not really understanding the Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Krischer’s assertion that “the State Attorney’s Office had no part in the federal Non-Prosecution Agreement” in light of Judge Marra noting the below in his Feb. 2019 order 👇🏽

His point that the FL U.S. Attorney’s office could have continued to pursue charges irrespective of the state is true, but it suggests a distance that is not quite true — here is his statement today

Thoughts, prosecutor peeps? I’m confused

Also, Acosta suggested today that the feds May have had insufficient evidence to secure a conviction. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, in Dec. 2007, this is what that office told Epstein’s attorneys

I am drawing from Judge Marra’s order in Feb. 2019 finding that Acosta’s office violated the CVPA  https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/5746048/Epstein.pdf 

*CVRA


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