Federal prosecutor Beranton J. Whisenant, Jr., was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head on May 24. At the time of his death, Whisenant was investigating Debbie Wasserman Schultz and DNC voter fraud.
Now, the circumstances surrounding Whisenant’s death have gotten even stranger.
The Gateway Pundit reported that though police ruled Whisenant’s death a suicide and said he shot himself in the head, no gun was ever found at the scene. Police searched for two blocks north and south of the crime scene, but they could not find any firearm.
Whisenant’s friends and colleagues have previously said that he was not the type of person to commit suicide.
“People were drawn to him,” said Whisenant’s friend, attorney Michael Feiler. “He was very humble, a very good spirit … the universal opinion is that this was a guy who was going places.” 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.