A U.S. District Court judge in New York who was presiding over a lawsuit involving a rich, Clinton-connected financier and intercourse offender died Sunday on the age of 96.
Robert W. Sweet died at his residence in Ketchum, Idaho, whereas on trip, The New York Times reported. He was appointed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. Politico reported that Sweet was presiding over the lawsuit that adopted what many noticed as an uncommon plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein.
Alexander Acosta, the present U.S. Secretary of Labor, negotiated what critics referred to as a sweetheart, probably corrupt plea deal with Jeffrey Epstein when he was the U.S. lawyer for the Southern District of Florida. The association required Epstein to pay restitution to dozens of victims, however provided a wide range of uncommon concessions as half of a non-prosecution settlement.