FBI Investigated Itself in Prosecutor's Death, Twice
by Last Night in Little Rock
At 5:30 a.m., December 4, 2003, Baltimore Asst. U.S. Attorney Jonathan P. Luna was found drowned in a shallow creek in Lancaster PA, 70 miles away. He was the middle of a drug trial and did not show up for court. The death was ruled a homicide, based in part on 36 stab wounds. The story was put out that he was tortured.
His personal life was examined, and they found out about deep debt hidden from his wife, and sexual encounters attempted to be arranged on the Internet on his computer.
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