• Ripple Labs is currently involved in a court case with the SEC, and some XRP supporters have speculated that Judge Analisa Torres, who is in charge of the case, may be part of the “deep state.”
• John E. Deaton, a respected XRP community attorney representing 75,000 XRP investors with an amicus brief, has refuted this theory.
• According to Deaton, Judge Torres dismissed a case against two jail guards related to Jeffery Epstein’s death on formal grounds only.
Ripple and SEC Court Case
The U.S. Southern District Court of New York is currently hearing a court case between Ripple Labs and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Some members of the XRP community have speculated that the judge in charge of this case – Analisa Torres – may be part of the “deep state” and as such Ripple would lose its battle against the SEC.
John E. Deaton’s View
John E. Deaton however disagrees with this theory emphatically. He is a respected XRP community attorney representing 75,000 XRP investors with an amicus brief filed to support Ripple’s legal action against the SEC. According to him, Judge Torres dismissed a case against two jail guards related to Jeffery Epstein’s death on formal grounds only and people are misreading her decision altogether.
Jeffery Epstein Background
Jeffery Epstein was an American investment banker who was charged in 2019 with prostitution, human trafficking and multiple counts of rape of minors. He was accused by dozens of girls for providing them to his elite friends for abuse before he was found dead in his cell in New York under suspicious circumstances in August 10th 2019 leading many to believe he was murdered due to missing surveillance cameras and falsified documents at his prison cell which would otherwise protect powerful people in government from being exposed for their alleged wrongdoings..
Judge Torres Dismissed The Case On Formal Grounds Only
According to John E. Deaton Judge Torres dismissed the case against two jail guards related to Jeffery Epstein’s death on formal grounds only not because she is part of any deep state or because she favors one side over another as some speculators suggested but rather due to certain technicalities according to law which require certain procedures be followed correctly when filing complaints or charges so as not render them invalid or unenforceable by default..
In conclusion while it remains unclear how Judge Analisa Torres will rule once all hearings are concluded speculation that she might favor either side based on her position within any so called deep state has been discredited by respected lawyer John E Deaton who believes that Ripple along with its supporters can expect nothing but fair treatment based on law alone from Judge Torress when ruling finally comes out..