It’s been going on six days since his death and it would seem that the investigation into his death might be ramped up along with F.B.I. involvement.
It will also be important to discover what type of case or cases he was involved, whoops, just did, see Breaking below.
Welcome to the “New Wild, Wild, West,” where law and order no longer matter and things deemed we should not know are settled in the street.
If the United States Department of Justice doesn’t jump on this post haste, we can kiss our Constitutionally driven Republic goodbye.
I’m not once for coincidence, but if his investigations had anything to do with corruption within the already corrupt party of the Democrats.
BREAKING: Federal Prosecutor Murdered After Launching DNC Investigation.
Also, he wasn’t just investigating the DNC voter fraud.
There is no evidence to prove at the moment that he was another victim of the Clinton’s or others who may have wanted him silenced by the DNC.
It’s difficult to prove a negative so until then let’s spend the time being spent by the delusional’s on the left carrying on their witch hunt against the President of the United States.
He was also in charge of a few cases of other crimes, those which the liberals love to pretend don’t exist: passport and visa fraud.
This man was no friend to those in the deep state, who would rather their crimes go overlooked.
Many Democrats, who rely on illegal voters and even voter fraud, would have ample reason to want Beranton Whisenant out-of-the-way.
The mainstream media is already doing their part to cover-up any potential wrong-doing in this case.
The Miami Herald has suggested that if the death was a crime or “retaliatory” than authorities would be more aggressive.
The above statement is absolute nonsense, how many assassinations have been carried out by other means, lethal injection, a 22cal shot behind the ear. can we get serious
here for a moment?
For their part, police have simply stated that Whisenant seems to have suffered some kind of head trauma, possibly a gunshot.
They are still looking into the matter.
May 25, 2017 2:44 PM
Hollywood police confirmed that the deceased man is Beranton J. Whisenant Jr., 37, of Miramar.
A police spokeswoman said he may have suffered a head wound caused by a possible gunshot or another type of trauma.
“The investigation is still very preliminary,” Hollywood Police Department spokeswoman Miranda Grossman said, adding that detectives and the Broward medical examiner are “still looking at it.” (Source)
The FBI’s Miami office said it was aware of Whisenant’s death but referred questions to Hollywood police.
Normally, if the death of a federal prosecutor or agent were retaliatory in nature or related to a criminal case, both the FBI and U.S. attorney’s office would be sounding the alarm and pursuing an aggressive investigation.
Whisenant, who was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004 after graduating from the University of Florida law school, joined the U.S. attorney’s office earlier this year and worked in the major crimes section.
The office, which prosecutes criminal and civil cases from Key West to Fort Pierce, issued a statement Thursday.
“The U.S. Attorney’s Office family was deeply saddened and shocked to learn of Beranton’s death,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Benjamin Greenberg.
“He was a great lawyer and wonderful colleague, and we will miss him deeply.
Our thoughts are with Beranton’s family and friends.”
An email about Whisenant’s death was circulated among prosecutors and other employees, but it did not comment on the circumstances or cause.
Colleagues expressed shock over his death.
A friend who knew Whisenant, Miami lawyer Michael Feiler, said: “he was the epitome of a gentleman and possessed an exceptional legal mind.”
Feiler said he had worked for the Miami law firm Foley & Mansfield before joining the U.S. attorney’s office. “
He was very motivated by public service,” Feiler said. “He volunteered for the Florida Bar and planned to become a judge.”
Whisenant lived in Miramar with his wife, Ebony, a physician who teaches at Florida International University’s College of Medicine.
It’s unclear where Whisenant actually died. His body was found washing up on the shore just south of Magnolia Terrace on Hollywood Beach early Wednesday by a passerby.
“All I can confirm is that it is him,” Grossman said.
Miami Herald staff writer Susan Miller Degnan contributed to this report.