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So he finally went on trial and was convicted. That guy was huge. He claimed he saved Epstein from his first suicide attempt. 

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2 hours ago, susieice said:

So he finally went on trial and was convicted. That guy was huge. He claimed he saved Epstein from his first suicide attempt. 

Such an upright guy, we should believe him.  :lol:  Mobbed up corrupt cop in jail saved poor Mr. Epstein.  If only he was still in that cell on the fatal night.  tsk-tsk   :no:  :lol:

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2 hours ago, Cookie Monster said:

Its largely gone quiet about Epstein now, any day now Ghislane will meet her end.

According to this site a cache of videos and pictures have been uncovered by Epstein's estate.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/cache-of-secret-videos-photos-found-by-jeffrey-epstein-s-estate-could-spark-fbi-investigation/ar-AA19B1tI

Ghislaine once reportedly told a friend, Christina Oxenberg, “Jeffrey and I have everyone on videotape.”

She did not reveal any of those alleged videos or the address book to authorities before or during her trial in an effort to reduce her prison sentence.

Perhaps she was worried that she would end up dead like Jeffrey Epstein if she did.

Now, however, that cat may be out of the bag, so to speak.

According to federal court documents filed by the U.S. Virgin Islands and shared by Inner City Press, Jeffrey Epstein’s estate has discovered a cache of photos and videos.

The images could be used in an ongoing lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank for allegedly enabling Jeffrey Epstein by providing him with the funds to support his illegal lifestyle.

The videos and photos were discovered after subpoena was issued by lawyers for one of Jeffrey Epstein’s unidentified alleged victims.

The post Cache Of Secret Videos, Photos Found By Jeffrey Epstein’s Estate Could Spark FBI Investigation appeared first on BroBible.

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3 hours ago, Cookie Monster said:

Its largely gone quiet about Epstein now, any day now Ghislane will meet her end.

It could be so.  Though with her protectors being the Rothschilds themselves, and she not disclosing anything vital or disruptive (thereby making a deal to get out), she might well eventually be released on a technicality in some future appeal.   I suppose that's what she's thinking/hoping for at least.

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1 hour ago, susieice said:

According to this site a cache of videos and pictures have been uncovered by Epstein's estate.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/cache-of-secret-videos-photos-found-by-jeffrey-epstein-s-estate-could-spark-fbi-investigation/ar-AA19B1tI

Ghislaine once reportedly told a friend, Christina Oxenberg, “Jeffrey and I have everyone on videotape.”

She did not reveal any of those alleged videos or the address book to authorities before or during her trial in an effort to reduce her prison sentence.

Perhaps she was worried that she would end up dead like Jeffrey Epstein if she did.

Now, however, that cat may be out of the bag, so to speak.

According to federal court documents filed by the U.S. Virgin Islands and shared by Inner City Press, Jeffrey Epstein’s estate has discovered a cache of photos and videos.

The images could be used in an ongoing lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank for allegedly enabling Jeffrey Epstein by providing him with the funds to support his illegal lifestyle.

The videos and photos were discovered after subpoena was issued by lawyers for one of Jeffrey Epstein’s unidentified alleged victims.

The post Cache Of Secret Videos, Photos Found By Jeffrey Epstein’s Estate Could Spark FBI Investigation appeared first on BroBible.

I suppose there's nil chance we'll ever get to see those, but at least they'll (perhaps) get used in a pursuant legal action.

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I ran across a fascinating video on YouTube, which indicated there was a boat crash in 1998 near Epstein’s island, when Bill & Hillary Clinton were visiting there. The victims were reported to be part of Clinton’s security detail. One person was killed in the crash, and two others severely injured.

If this story is even partially true, it suggests there could have been a substantial cover-up of this incident, long before Epstein was indicted in Florida.

At the 8:40 minute mark:

 

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On 4/9/2023 at 12:28 PM, Wistman said:

I suppose there's nil chance we'll ever get to see those, but at least they'll (perhaps) get used in a pursuant legal action.

Nah.. one of the alphabet agencies have them and will use them to leverage more power for themselves.

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JPMorgan’s bombshell Jeffrey Epstein messages revealed: Execs joked about 16-year-old Miley Cyrus and ‘Sugar Daddy’

Apr 13th, 2023, 11:53 am
 
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In one of the bombshell communications disclosed on Wednesday evening, JPMorgan’s senior executive Mary Erdoes received a message that year asking whether Epstein was attending an event “with miley cyrus.” (There’s no evidence that the joke had any factual basis.) Erdoes went on to become the CEO of JPMorgan’s Asset & Wealth Management, and she admitted in a recent deposition that the bank was aware by at least 2006 that Epstein stood “accused of paying cash to have underage girls and young women brought to his home.”

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When the Virgin Islands first filed its lawsuit late last year, the government had already amassed substantial evidence. Earlier iterations of the lawsuit revealed how JPMorgan’s former senior executive Jes Staley exchanged 1,200 emails with Epstein within a four-year period. One of those emails showed Staley appearing to fire off a message from Little St. James, where he sipped wine in Epstein’s hot tub — while the predator was still incarcerated in Florida.

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Here are some of the most jaw-dropping allegations in the complaint:

1) Two years after Epstein’s guilty plea, JPMorgan compliance officials thought their rich sex offender client “should go.” He stayed as a customer for three more years.

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2) The bank monitored reports of a Department of Justice investigation into Epstein’s relationship with French modeling scout Jean-Luc Brunel and his company, MC2 Model Management.

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3) JPMorgan allegedly opened private banking and credit card accounts for 18-year-olds said to be in Epstein’s “inner entourage,” joking he was their “Sugar Daddy!”

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read all the details here:

https://lawandcrime.com/jeffrey-epstein-2/jpmorgans-bombshell-jeffrey-epstein-messages-revealed-execs-joked-about-16-year-old-miley-cyrus-and-sugar-daddy/

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Wow. JP Morgan lent money for Brunel's "modeling agency"? That was all about the importing of young girls from Europe to the US for Epstein. And gave them a line of credit! And they opened accounts for some of his young girls. And joked about it. They knew there was no actual client activity in Epstein's business account but Les Wexner. They knew they were laundering money for Epstein.

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2 minutes ago, acidhead said:

:ph34r: 

 

That clip was taken from this podcast on March 10, 2023 

Full VIDEO: 

 

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Crystal and Saagar talk about Jeffrey Epstein's connections to the billionaires (including the Dugins) and their dodgy excuses.   From today.

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On 4/8/2023 at 7:10 PM, Electric Scooter said:

Its largely gone quiet about Epstein now, any day now Ghislane will meet her end.

Doubtful, she didn’t work for the secret police.

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Co-founder of Google’s corporate parent is elusive subpoena target in Jeffrey Epstein-related suit against JPMorgan

May 4th, 2023, 3:35 pm

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The Virgin Islands government wants to subpoena the co-founder of Google’s corporate parent Alphabet for a lawsuit accusing JPMorgan Chase of knowingly profiting from Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking scheme.  But the executive, Alphabet co-founder and co-owner Larry Page, is nowhere to be found, the government revealed in a court filing on Thursday. 

“Upon information and belief, Larry Page — the co-founder and co-owner of Alphabet Inc. (Google LLC’s parent company) — is a high-net-worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer to JPMorgan,” the government’s attorney Mimi Liu wrote in a three-page motion. “Mr. Page announced in 2019 that he was stepping down as CEO of Google LLC and Alphabet but would ‘remain actively involved’ as a Board Member, Shareholder, and Co-Founder.”

On April 11, 2023, the Virgin Islands government says, it issued a subpoena for documents to Page.

“The Government made good-faith attempts to obtain an address for Larry Page, including hiring an investigative firm to search public records databases for possible addresses,” the motion states. “Our process server attempted service at the addresses identified by our investigative firm, but discovered the addresses were not valid for Mr. Page.”

https://lawandcrime.com/jeffrey-epstein-2/co-founder-of-googles-corporate-parent-is-elusive-subpoena-target-in-jeffrey-epstein-related-suit-against-jpmorgan/

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1 hour ago, acidhead said:

:ph34r: 

 

Hi Cid

Just adding an article

WILMINGTON, Delaware, May 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. Virgin Islands has subpoenaed Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) CEO Elon Musk for documents in its lawsuit accusing JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) of helping enable sexual abuses by late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
https://www.reuters.com/legal/us-virgin-islands-subpoenaed-elon-musk-jeffrey-epstein-litigation-2023-05-15/

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Musk isn't accused of anything. They're looking for documents that may say Epstein had given advice to Musk and referred him to JPMorgan.

https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/us-virgin-islands-seeks-subpoena-elon-musk-jeffrey-99346887

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Just curious... 

In your opinion what did Jeffrey Epstein do for a living? What was his job/career? Did he work for anybody? 

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10 minutes ago, acidhead said:

Just curious... 

In your opinion what did Jeffrey Epstein do for a living? What was his job/career? Did he work for anybody? 

The only client Epstein's business ever had was Les Wexner, the man who owned Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body. He's the only person investigators could ever find. He gave Epstein a lot of money and property. No one really knows. Here's a great article worth reading. It mentions Epstein working at Bear Stearns and as we know a co-worker who did 20 yrs for a ponzi scheme there says Epstein left before the big bust happened.

https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/07/hedge-funders-have-some-thoughts-on-what-epstein-was-doing.html

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9 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

This looks more and more like a wider conspiracy …

 

The guy was clearly a rainmaker and knew how to make connections.  I think he was probably running a blackmail honey pot scam where he'd get them to slip up.  Then he'd get them to essentially give him money to keep quiet.  

Someone having one or two meetings with him though is not enough to say they are guilty of something.  

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On 5/31/2023 at 11:17 PM, Edumakated said:

The guy was clearly a rainmaker and knew how to make connections.  I think he was probably running a blackmail honey pot scam where he'd get them to slip up.  Then he'd get them to essentially give him money to keep quiet.  

Someone having one or two meetings with him though is not enough to say they are guilty of something.  

I’m suspicious that Epstein may of thought he could get away with anything, since he apparently had also worked for the CIA. Anyone who might have known his work for the CIA, may have similarly concluded that he was essentially, untouchable.

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