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Joel Greenberg sentenced to 11 years after cooperating with federal probe into Matt Gaetz | CNN Politics

Greenberg was found guilty of underaged sex trafficking among other things.

After the sentencing, Greenberg’s attorney Fritz Scheller said he was “disappointed” that the Justice Department hasn’t charged anyone else as part of the sex-trafficking investigation. Scheller previously said in court that Greenberg gave investigators information about seven or eight other men as it pertains to the illegal sexual contact with a minor.

“We expect the federal government to take on the hard cases and not just the easy convictions,” Scheller said, urging prosecutors to “pursue others.”- from the article.

One of those men was Matt Gaetz.

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Jeffrey Epstein’s Notorious Island Will Be Sold While Ensuring It Won’t Be Used for ‘Illicit Purposes,’ $105M Virgin Islands Settlement Reveals

Nov 30th, 2022, 6:10 pm
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Jeffrey Epstein’s estate agreed to pay a $105 million settlement to end an enforcement action by Virgin Islands authorities, plus half the proceeds of the sale of his notorious “Pedophile Island.” [...]

“The Estate also agreed to pay $450,000 to remediate environmental damage around Great St. James, another Epstein-owned island, where the Government found that Epstein razed the remains of centuries’-old historical structures of enslaved workers to make room for his development,” the Virgin Islands DOJ said in a press release.   [...]

https://lawandcrime.com/live-trials/live-trials-current/jeffrey-epstein/jeffrey-epsteins-notorious-island-will-be-sold-while-ensuring-it-wont-be-used-for-illicit-purposes-105m-virgin-islands-settlement-reveals/

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1 hour ago, acidhead said:

Why hasn't anybody been arrested for being Maxwell's clients??????? 

What the hell is going on????

I don't think we'll ever see his clientele arrested. They haven't arrested any of the others who helped recruit and groom the victims.

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His estate just settled a $105 million settlement with the Virgin Islands.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/jeffrey-epsteins-estate-agrees-pay-virgin-islands-105-million-settle-c-rcna59491

His Paris apartment just sold on Dec 6 for $10.4 million to a Bulgarian businessman.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/emmareynolds/2022/12/06/jeffrey-epsteins-former-paris-pied--terre-sells-to-bulgarian-businessman-for-104-million/

His estate is breaking up.

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/for-sale-ghislaine-maxwell-s-husband-s-7-million-oceanfront-home-proceeds-go-to-her-legal-fees/ar-AA154bMA

For sale: Ghislaine Maxwell’s husband’s $7 million oceanfront home. Proceeds go to her legal fees

It was the one-time home of convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell, who now lives 1,300 miles south in a federal prison in Tallahassee, Florida.

And proceeds from the sale of the house — currently listed for $6.95 million — could be earmarked for paying Maxwell’s legal bills.

That’s according to an agreement Maxwell’s husband, Scott Borgerson, reached with Maxwell’s long-term law firm, Haddon, Morgan and Foreman, in September.

The Denver firm is trying to collect more than $880,000 it says Maxwell owes for the firm’s work defending her in her New York sex trafficking trial last year.

Maxwell married Borgerson in 2015, according to the complaint filed by the law firm, years after her relationship ended with Epstein.

Borgerson, according to the complaint, bought several high-end properties using Maxwell’s money, including the Manchester-by-the-Sea home and a 156-acre estate in New Hampshire where Maxwell was arrested in July 2020, roughly one year after Epstein had been arrested on sex charges.

At Maxwell’s trial, prosecutors showed that Epstein had made payments totaling more than $30 million to accounts connected to Maxwell in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Epstein also left Maxwell $10 million in his will, though Maxwell’s lawyers indicated at her sentencing in June that they didn’t expect she would ever see that money.

The firm initially sued Maxwell, Borgerson and Maxwell’s brother, Kevin.

Borgerson was dismissed from the suit, but a September agreement accidentally included in one of the firm’s filings shows that Borgerson agreed that if the firm was unable to collect the money owed from either Ghislaine or Kevin Maxwell, proceeds from the sale of the house would be used to repay the debt.

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On November 8, 2022, Virginia Guiffre and  Alan Dershowitz agreed to drop their cases against each other.

https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/08/us/alan-dershowitz-virginia-giuffre-allegations-dropped/index.html

https://www.foxnews.com/us/epstein-accuser-virginia-giuffre-alan-dershowitz-agree-permanently-drop-lawsuits-against-each-other

She's also claimed that Bill Clinton stayed on Little St James Island with two young girls.

https://news.yahoo.com/epstein-accuser-virginia-giuffre-claims-132003578.html

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Virgin Islands Attorney General Loses Her Job Days After Suing JPMorgan Chase in Connection with the Jeffrey Epstein Probe

Jan 2nd, 2023, 11:30 am
 
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The Virgin Islands top prosecutor who reached a more than $105 million settlement with Jeffrey Epstein’s estate lost her job days after suing JPMorgan Chase in connection with her probe.  [...] 

On Dec. 27, then-Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George filed a blistering and heavily redacted 30-page lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase.  [...]

Days after the AG’s filing of the lawsuit — on New Year’s Eve — George was removed from her post. Local news outlets in the Virgin Islands reported that the attorney general had not informed the territory’s Gov. Albert Bryan about her impending enforcement action.

read about it here:  https://lawandcrime.com/live-trials/live-trials-current/jeffrey-epstein/virgin-islands-attorney-general-loses-her-job-days-after-suing-jpmorgan-chase-in-connection-with-the-jeffrey-epstein-probe/?utm_source=mostpopular

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She dared to tell the truth?

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