Here we go again! Another body found dead connected to Democrats and voter fraud. When will this insanity end? If you don’t think voter fraud is a problem that the Democrats don’t want uncovered….your head must be stuck in the sand. Wake up people!
Debbie Wasserman Schultz was fired as the DNC chair after another big voter fraud was discovered in the 2016 election when Bernie Sanders’ national data director, John Uretsky reported a breach in the DNC server. Shortly after that, we learned the Clinton campaign was actually committing voter fraud and stealing the Democratic presidential nomination from Bernie Sanders. Shortly after that, Seth Rich, data director for the Voter Expansion at the DNC was shot and later killed.
Now, it just so happens, we have a federal investigator shot in the head on a beach in Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s district who was investigating what? That’s right….voter fraud. What are the odds of that? Remember when Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatened Police Chief Matthew R. Verderosa in public and on tape because she couldn’t get a computer back that was used by one of the Awan brothers that scammed her and other Democrat stooges like her?….Debbie ‘Blabbermouth’ Schultz said “you should expect that there will be consequences”. Is THIS what Debbie meant when she said ‘consequences’?
Here’s a report from Heavy:
A passerby alerted police to the body, reported The Associated Press.
Hollywood police spokeswoman Miranda Grossman said Thursday that the body of 37-year-old Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. was found early offshore around 6:20 a.m. Wednesday near Magnolia Terrace, by a passerby on the city’s beach. She said detectives are trying to determine if the death was a homicide, suicide or something else.
“Whisenant may have suffered a head wound caused by a possible gunshot or other type of trauma,” The Herald reported.
An eyewitness told NBC Miami of finding the body: “When the tide came in he obviously was caught in the surf and tumbling,” describing him as “very well dressed wearing a sort of a casual business shirt, black pants, and all of his personal effects were on him and that’s what we found unusual.”
According to ABC News, Whisenant was married and was a father of three. “Whisenant lived in Miramar with his wife, Ebony, a physician who teaches at Florida International University’s College of Medicine,” reported Miami Herald.
The Miami Herald noted that the investigation was still preliminary and cautioned that, if the case were a murder, authorities would more likely be sounding an alarm and hunting for suspects. However, it has not yet been publicly released how Whisenant died.
Whisenant worked for the US Attorney’s Office handling fraud cases
Whisenant worked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami in its major crimes unit. He had joined the office in January. Court records show he had been handling several visa and passport fraud cases.
Whisenant was handling some serious cases for the federal prosecutor’s office in Miami. PACER, the federal court record website, lists him as an attorney in 39 cases. Not all of those date from his time in the U.S. attorney’s office, but there are a number of May filings listed.
His recent cases focused on illegal immigration issues. For example, in one recent case, a woman was accused of re-entering the U.S. illegally from Guatemala who had previously been ordered removed from the United States. In another recent case, a man was accused of buying a fake Italian passport and trying to enter Miami with it.
Whisenant was assigned to the Major Crimes Unit. His LinkedIn page says that Whisenant had only been in the U.S. Attorney’s office for five months.
Whisenant was praised by his colleagues
Whisenant’s colleagues in the U.S. Attorney’s office had fond recollections of him. In 2016, the Florida Bar Leadership Academy published a list of Whisenant’s accomplishments, writing, “Class III Fellow Beranton Whisenant, Jr. was not only outstanding during his time in the Academy but also a phenomenal leader in his community! He has made many accomplishments during the past year as a Fellow and we know he will continue to do so.”
Acting U.S. Attorney Benjamin G. Greenberg said in a statement obtained by the Associated Press that Whisenant was a “great lawyer and wonderful colleague.”
Acting U.S. Attorney Benjamin G. Greenberg said in a statement that Whisenant was a “great lawyer and wonderful colleague.” The office declined to comment on the investigation.
According to The Miami Herald, Michael Feiler, a Miami lawyer who knew Whisenant, called him “the epitome of a gentleman” and said he “possessed an exceptional legal mind.” Friends told the Miami Herald that Whisenant was devoted to public service and hoped to become a judge some day.
Whisenant worked in private practice prior to joining the U.S. Attorney’s office.
According to his LinkedIn page, Whisenant had a career in private practice before joining the U.S. Attorney’s office.
“I serve as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida. Before joining he U.S. Department of Justice, I was a partner in the Miami office of Foley & Mansfield, PLLP where I focused my legal practice in civil litigation, product liability, contracts, personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice defense,” Whisenant wrote on LinkedIn.
“Before joining Foley & Mansfield, I served as an Assistant State Attorney in my hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.”
A friend wrote on Facebook, “My condolences go out to the family and friends of Beranton Whisenant, Jr. His passing leaves a hole in the legal community’s heart and soul. Rest In Peace my brother.”
Whisenant Served on Prominent Legal Boards & Taught Law
Whisenant was a respected member of the legal community in Florida.
“I am an active member of The Florida Bar, a leader in voluntary bar organizations, and an advocate for professionalism and civility in the practice of law,” his LinkedIn page says. “I served as a member of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Professionalism Panel and Chair of The Florida Bar’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee – Division ‘L.’ I am a Florida Bar – William Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy fellow, a member of The Florida Bar’s Judicial Nominations Procedure committee, and member on the Florida Supreme Court’s Commission on Professionalism.”