Man who killed son of Epstein case judge worked for a US & Israeli-linked intelligence firm

  • Investigative Journalist Whitney Webb:

"Roy Den Hollander (shooter) previously worked for a New York firm (Kroll Associates) which has been described as a ‘private CIA’.

Founded by Jules Kroll in 1972, Kroll Associates would later become known as the ‘CIA of Wall Street’ and ‘Wall Street’s Private Eye’ and was alleged to be an actual front for the CIA by French intelligence agencies, according to the Washington Post.

The firm frequently hired former CIA and FBI officers, as well as former members of MI6 and Mossad. K2 Intelligence, the successor to Kroll Associates founded by Jules Kroll and his son Jeremy in 2009, has similar hiring practices, counting former FBI and NSA officials among its ranks alongside former high-ranking members of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Shin Bet, Israel’s domestic intelligence agency."