A federal prosecutor in Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s district was found dead on a Florida beach in May. He had been investigating visa fraud in Wasserman Schultz’s district. Although a search was conducted of the area two blocks north and south of where the body was discovered, there was no gun found, just another guy with ties to Democrats and a hole in his head.

So, police have determined that he committed suicide, which makes perfect sense to me. It is obvious the victim drove to the beach, shot himself in the head, then got in his car, drove a mile away and disposed of the gun in a dumpster behind a 7-11, then drove back to the suicide site and died, just to make it look like a homicide. That bastard!

From the Sun Sentinel

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The death of a federal prosecutor whose body was found on the beach in Hollywood has been ruled a suicide, Hollywood police said Thursday.

Beranton Whisenant, 38, was found dead by a beachgoer in Hollywood near Magnolia Terrace shortly before 6:30 a.m. on May 24.

Detectives and a medical examiner found Whisenant had shot himself in the head, Hollywood police said.

Police searched for two blocks north and south of the crime scene but couldn’t find the gun or any other weapon.

He was assigned to the Miami office of the U.S. Attorney’s Office and been hired as federal prosecutor a few months earlier.

Whisenant graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2004 and was admitted to the Florida Bar the same year.

At the time of Whisenant’s death, Acting U.S. Attorney Benjamin Greenberg for the Southern District of Florida, said in a statement that his agency was “deeply shocked and saddened.”

“He was a great lawyer and a wonderful colleague and we will miss him deeply. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.” Greenberg said.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office declined any further comment Thursday.