Pedophile playboy Jeffrey Epstein was conveniently allowed to hang himself in his jail cell on Saturday, shifting the focus onto his associates and enablers.
The public just picked up a shocking new piece of the puzzle. The reason Epstein got such a light slap on the wrist a decade ago, for sexually abusing young girls in Florida three times a day, is because he was secretly feeding information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Guess who was director of the FBI at the time, none other than the grand inquisitor himself, Robert Mueller.
A source “familiar with the situation” told Fox News that for “several hours” prior to his death, “correctional officers hadn’t checked in with Epstein — despite being required to visit him every 30 minutes.” His cellmate was transferred out Friday night and nobody was brought in to replace him. At this point, it’s not clear why. The questions surrounding his death are only the tip of the iceberg.
Ghislaine Maxwell is at the top of the list of people who investigators want to talk to. She’s accused of being his protector, procurer, girlfriend and madam. “She was, by all accounts, a soul mate and a mirror image.” According to reports, “She was a friend of John Kennedy Jr. in New York in the 1990s and a guest at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding in 2010.” She also allegedly gave Britain’s Prince Andrew oral pleasure once in a while on Epstein’s orders.
Maxwell is just a tad hard to find these days. She’s not in the United States but nobody knows where to look, other than that she is “believed to be living abroad.” She sold her Manhattan townhouse for $15 million in 2016. “Her lawyers told a judge in 2017 that she was in London, but had no fixed address.”
After a two year investigation into charges that Jeffrey Epstein had an entire staff dedicated to procuring young girls as sex slaves, even going so far as to recruit them from a Miami high school, Epstein was given the sweetheart deal of the century. The final report stated, “no prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to uphold his agreement with the State of Florida.”
As previously reported by Trump Times, “Coincidentally, the prosecutor assigned this time is Maurene Comey, daughter of infamous former FBI Director James Comey.” Where have we heard that name before?
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta resigned when his role in the scheme was publicized. Acosta was the senior prosecutor on Epstein’s case. “Despite the overwhelming evidence of somewhere between 30 and 60 victims, Acosta signed off on what was basically a free pass.”
In 2008, Epstein pleaded guilty to only two counts of common prostitution charges. Not only did he avoid going to trial, “The agreement essentially shut down an ongoing FBI probe,” CNN notes, “and further granted immunity to any potential co-conspirators in the case.” He was sentenced to 18 months in jail but only served 13 of them, and for that time, all he did was sleep there. “He was allowed to go to his office six days a week to continue conducting business and whatever else he did with his free time.”
Now we know he was let totally off the hook because he was working for the feds. Hopefully, he gave them some seriously hard-core dirt to make up for what he was allowed to walk away from. Curiouser and curiouser said Alice.
Official FBI reports, that were unsealed only hours before Epstein’s death, confirm that the federal investigation was closed on September 18, 2008 after Epstein “provided information to the FBI as agreed upon.” It had actually been on hold since February 11. The last entry in the file before it was closed, noted that “the criminal investigation into activities of Jeffrey Epstein is ongoing.” Also, the case agent wrote that he had been told, “the matter was highly sensitive,” by the United States Attorney’s Office.
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By then, they had worked up a 53-page indictment that they were all set to hand over to a grand jury. The asset forfeiture investigator was already putting price tags on Epstein’s prized possessions. Epstein managed to keep all his toys, because when the case was closed he was no longer subject to forfeiture.
Nobody is sure who he was ratting on or what he had to say, but his male assistant, Story Cowles, acted as a go-between. Prison records verify that while Epstein was locked in jail, “the young man visited Epstein almost every single day prior to his being granted work release.”
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