In the dark corners of the internet’s conspiratorial community, it looks as though a bomb has gone off.
The arrest of billionaire political financier Jeffery Epstein hit the speculatory masses like a hydrogen bomb, sheering off nearly every assumed protection that the global elite portend to possess. Epstein had already faced the music once, being convicted years ago of pedophilia but receiving a slap on the wrist in a secretive plea deal that angered the nation’s moral observers.
This time, it looks as though Epstein is going down…and hard.
At a press conference in New York today, authorities declared their indictments against Epstein for crimes related to the sex trafficking of underage girls, and provided tantalizing, (albeit disturbing), details of what they found when executing a search warrant at Epstein’s Manhattan abode.
Now the media is preparing us for the worst, as Epstein’s arrest could lead to a domino effect that threatens to topple some of the biggest names in America. Epstein was well-connected, after all, and just last week a federal judge ruled in favor of releasing documents related to the wealthy influencer’s previous conviction.
A federal appeals court Wednesday ordered that 167 documents in a lawsuit that alleges famously well-connected financier Jeffrey Epstein participated in a sex-trafficking ring should be unsealed—and that many of his powerful friends could be named.
- In its 27-page decision, the court cited the public’s right to access the case information outweighed the privacy of certain individuals, “including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well‐known Prime Minister, and other world leaders.”
- Virginia Guiffre (now Roberts) filed the lawsuit against Ghislane Maxwell, alleging that she had used her as part of a sex trafficking network of underage girls to Epstein and a number of his famous friends, including his lawyer Alan Dershowitz and Prince Andrew. Both men denied the accusations.
- Dershowitz has supported unsealing the documents, according to the Daily Beast.
The release of these documents would surely provide amateur investigators with a road map of Epstein’s crimes, and allow them to connect previously unrelated dots.
Any victims of Epstein’s that have yet to come forward are being asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI and report their knowledge of the case.
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