by Whitney Webb
July 18, 2019 (—Before Jeffrey was “Epsteined”)
Despite his “sweetheart” deal and having seemingly evaded justice, billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested earlier this month on federal charges for sex trafficking minors. Epstein’s arrest has again brought increased media attention to many of his famous friends, the current president among them.
Many questions have since been asked about how much Epstein’s famous friends knew of his activities and exactly what Epstein was up to. The latter arguably received the most attention after it was reported that Alex Acosta — who arranged Epstein’s “sweetheart” deal in 2008 and who recently resigned as Donald Trump’s Labor Secretary following Epstein’s arrest — claimed that the mysterious billionaire had worked for “intelligence.”
Other investigations have made it increasingly clear that Epstein was running a blackmail operation, as he had bugged the venues — whether at his New York mansion or…
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“Jeffrey and I have everyone on videotape. I am indispensable to Jeffrey. And I can do anything. You see, I don’t make mistakes. Jeffrey doesn’t trust commercial helicopter pilots. They are eyes and ears we don’t need. This way nobody knows who’s going to the island. This way we have anonymity and secrecy and privacy.”
~Ghislaine Maxwell, via Christina Oxenberg
Millions of dollars that were sent from the estate of disgraced billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein into a bank he owned — but appeared to never have operated as a business — has raised questions from a judge overseeing a court case over his remaining assets.
In a hearing yesterday in the Virgin Islands over the disgraced financier’s remaining assets, Judge Carolyn Hermon-Purcell told lawyers representing his estate she wasn’t satisfied with their account of large sums being sent to a bank first set up by the pedophile in 2014.
The judge has been tasked with assessing Epstein’s assets and possibly creating a victims’ fund for the women he assaulted.
In documents presented to the judge, transactions show a series of multi-million dollar payments from Epstein’s estate to his bank, Southern County International, after his death.
Despite the territory approving the bank’s operation in 2014, the bank showed no signs of having been…
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