By Aaron Kesel
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead on the floor of his cell only 2 weeks after it was reported that he had "attempted suicide" and was put on suicide watch, and one day after a cache of documents was unsealed in a federal civil case in New York yesterday.
The documents were unsealed from Ghislaine Maxwell's defamation lawsuit with Virginia Guiffre, which was settled in 2017 and decided in a sealed session.
These documents reveal further details of the intelligence-linked pedophile blackmail operation that Epstein ran presumably for Mossad and the CIA recording influential people honey trapping them, as Whitney Webb has revealed in a series of articles for MintPress News with the latest diving into the infamously secret MEGA group.
These files open a window into the alleged lives of numerous elite figures that has previously been closed off from the public. This author recommends reading The Daily Beast's full in-depth article on the bombshells within the newly unsealed documents.
Epstein, a registered sex offender, was re-arrested last month by a joint FBI-New York Police Department task force after he landed in New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport while coming back from a holiday trip from Paris, Activist Post reported.
Epstein knew several rich and powerful people, including former President Bill Clinton and President Trump. A flight ledger released revealed Bill Clinton’s name 26 times; Epstein’s brother, Mark Epstein, also alleged Trump took at least one flight on Epstein’s plane dubbed ‘Lolita Express,’ hitching a ride back to New York under oath.
Powerful Men Named
Just yesterday thousands of files were unsealed in Epstein's case which fingered more powerful men involved with Epstein's pedophile trafficking. A few of those men alleged by Virginia Giuffre included - Bill Richardson, George Mitchell, Britain’s Prince Andrew, Hedge Fund manager Glenn Dubin, American scientist Marvin Minsky, “another prince,” “a large hotel chain owner,” Stephen Kauffman, and MC2 agency model scout Jean Luc Brunell, Fox News reported.
Two of those names that stick out are Bill Richardson (who is in WikiLeaks files including the Podesta emails a total of 2,691 times) and George Mitchell, a former U.S. senator.
Richardson is also a former DNC chairman and presidential candidate, and he served as President Bill Clinton’s Energy Secretary and UN Ambassador in the late 1990s.
Brunel, who heads MC2, has previously been accused of supplying underage girls to Epstein, which he has denied.
There were a number of people in Epstein's little black book, including at least 50 notable figures circled.
No one thus far besides Epstein has been charged. All of those accused have denied the accusations and claimed they never visited Little St. James island, flown on Epstein's Lolita Express or had any interactions with underage girls.
Epstein Commits "Suicide"
Less than 24 hrs later, today, Epstein was found hanged in his cell in the special housing unit of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York about 6:30 a.m after suspiciously being removed from suicide watch, according to Reuters.
In other words, Epstein wasn't under surveillance at the time he "took his own life." Although, Epstein reportedly warned people close to him that someone tried to kill him the other week when he was found barely breathing on the floor, and those same people are worried he was now murdered, Washington Post reported.
A lawyer for several of the victims stated that Epstein's death following the release of damaging files is "no coincidence."
“The fact that Jeffrey Epstein was able to commit the selfish act of taking his own life as his world of abuse, exploitation and corruption unraveled is both unfortunate and predictable,” said Brad Edwards, a lawyer for some of the accusers.
Sigrid McCawley, another lawyer for some of the accusers, said the timing was “no coincidence,” and she was hopeful the government could continue to investigate “those who participated and facilitated Epstein’s horrifying sex trafficking scheme that damaged so many.”
Ironically, when Epstein was first found to have "attempted suicide" a third lawyer who represented three of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers more than a decade ago suggested that Epstein’s injuries may have been the result of an attempted “hit” to prevent him from going to trial.
“I do question whether it was a true suicide attempt. I mean how do you choke yourself? It doesn’t make any sense,” Spencer Kuvin told the UK tabloid The Sun. “I question whether or not it was a true suicide attempt that Mr. Epstein was involved in in jail or whether or not there may be some powerful people who just don’t want him to talk.”
Kuvin added, “There’s no doubt in my mind that no jail will protect you when there’s powerful people that want to reach you – wherever you are.”
It turns out that Kuvin was right.
Mysterious Deaths And A Connection To MKultra Sex Kitten Brainwashing
Further, there is also an MKultra-esque element to the operation, and we now know that Epstein had ordered "sex programming books" from Amazon of all places; a few of those included SM 101: A Realistic Introduction, SlaveCraft: Roadmaps for Erotic Servitude, and Training with Miss Abernathy: A Workbook for Erotic Slaves and Their Owners. This is significant since Epstein was on the Harvard, Mind, Brain and Behavior Committee and clearly interested in the brain. Combine this with that occult temple and you get horrifying images painted in your head.
Epstein was also a member of both the Trilateral Commission and the CFR. Further, Epstein once claimed to have helped found the Clinton Foundation. Within his years in all these organizations and others, Epstein became very networked within the upper echelons of society like the woman "Ghislaine Maxwell" who was alleged to be "the boss" of the operations according to Giuffre.
Epstein's butler (who leaked his black book) now deceased from cancer, Alfredo Rodriguez, also pointed at Ghislaine Maxwell being heavily involved in the operation, stating in his now unsealed testimony that "she kept nude photos of the girls and those blackmailed on her computer." However, the retired Palm Beach detective involved as the lead investigating Epstein, Joseph Recarey, also died last year mysteriously, stating that he didn't find any evidence on Ghislaine.
Recarey was just 50 years old; his cause of death was reported only as a “brief illness,” according to The Palm Beach Daily News which added, “no other information about the cause of death was released.”
Another witness's deposition in the newly unsealed documents, Tony Figueroa, Epstein's former bodyguard, testified that Giuffre told him about threesomes that involved herself, Maxwell, and Epstein. Figueroa added that Giuffre told him that “strap-ons,” were used and claimed that Epstein wanted Giuffre to have sex with Prince Andrew, Maxwell, and “all the other girls.”
The Corrupt Plea Deal And Network
The 66-year-old pedophile was given an unfair plea deal, violating the federal Crime Victims’ Rights Act established in 2004, lawyers for the women have repeatedly stated. The plea deal, according to sources, was a deal arranged with the FBI in exchange for ratting out financial malfeasance at Bear Stearns by hedge fund managers Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin, an unthinkable exchange.
If that's not enough, in 2015 Politico reported that court documents that were released through litigation showed prosecutors cooperating with Epstein’s lawyers to keep the deal secret -- a criminal act. Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie Villafaña used her personal Gmail account to suggest to one of Epstein’s lawyers that they could file legal papers in a different jurisdiction as a way to “hopefully cut the press coverage significantly.” Villafaña then told Epstein’s attorney that they would “include our standard language regarding resolving all criminal liability and would even mention ‘co-conspirators." However, she "preferred to not highlight for the judge all of the other crimes Epstein was accused of and other persons that we could charge.”
The plea deal was brokered with the help of then-U.S. attorney in Florida Alexander Acosta. The deal was criticized as lenient because Epstein could have faced a life sentence.
Last month, Acosta, who served as secretary of Labor for Trump, resigned from his post amid the renewed scrutiny over the deal.
Even former Palm Beach police chief Michael Reiter, whose department conducted the initial investigation into Epstein, said in a civil lawsuit deposition that Epstein got off easy.
“That wasn’t an appropriate resolution of this matter,” Reiter said, arguing that the charges against Epstein were “very minor,” compared to what the facts called for.
Reiter, who was the partner of Joseph Recarey, even stated prior in 2010 in an exclusive interview to the Daily Beast that during the investigation they became aware they were being watched under surveillance for several months by an unknown source. Reiter also previously stated that State Attorney Barry Krischer was hesitant to prosecute Epstein, causing Reiter to send a letter to Krischer complaining of the “highly unusual conduct."
Recarey once called Epstein's trafficking operation a "sexual pyramid scheme."
“The common interview with a girl went like this: ‘I was brought there by so and so. I didn’t feel comfortable with what happened, but I got paid well, so I was told if I didn’t feel comfortable, I could bring someone else and still get paid,’’’ Recarey said.
Several women who are potential co-conspirators protected by the plea deal, identified in this document “including but not limited to — Sarah Kellen, Adriana Ross, Lesley Groff, or Nadia Marcinkova" were named as procuring accomplices of the young girls like Ghislaine is alleged. Some even stated they would get paid for bringing Epstein girls as young as 14 into his ring, Daily Beast reported.
So far more than 40 victims have been reported as part of Epstein’s “vast network.”
The FBI has announced that it is investigating what it referred to as Epstein’s “apparent suicide.”
It seems like clean up as usual for the elites after running a successful Brownstone blackmail operation, honey traps are one of the oldest tricks in the entire book.
U.S. Attorney General expressed that he was appalled by the death in a statement written on the DOJ website.
"I was appalled to learn that Jeffrey Epstein was found dead early this morning from an apparent suicide while in federal custody. Mr. Epstein’s death raises serious questions that must be answered. In addition to the FBI’s investigation, I have consulted with the Inspector General who is opening an investigation into the circumstances of Mr. Epstein’s death."
Epstein's death also comes amid a death threat directed at Florida Senator Lauren Book and after an investigation into his case by Florida's Governor Ron DeSantis was opened for the handling of the case by the Palm Beach sheriff and the former Palm Beach State Attorney, Barry Krischer, as Activist Post reported.
The facts become even more disturbing and chilling when you learn that State Attorney Krischer who turned a blind eye to this case was also in charge of Florida’s Crimes Against Children Unit, a position of power in which he could directly affect cases against persons accused of crimes against children.
Book alleged she was threatened for seeking to investigate Epstein’s case by demanding a state inquiry into Palm Beach Sheriff Ric Bradshaw’s handling of accused sex trafficker’s lenient work release program, the Miami Herald reported.
“I’ve received countless phone calls saying ‘Little girl you don’t know what you’re getting into,’ and telling me that I should just stop,’’ Book said in an interview with the Herald.
Ironically Book herself is a child sexual abuse survivor and has worked relentlessly to pass strict sex offender laws in Florida.
Given that a Senator was threatened, there are allegations of prosecutors threatened legally by Acosta, the Butler, even investigators are dead and now Epstein was found hung, all hands on deck should be investigating and probing Epstein's trafficking network. This also leads to another question, if Epstein's network will kill to keep their secret did they also kill the younger girls who didn't go along with the plan as well?
With Epstein gone and out of the picture is Ghislaine Maxwell and the victims next on the hit list? Will the Jeffrey Epstein case go down in history like the Craig Spence White House Call Boy Ring, or the scandal in the UK in 1950s with then-politician John Profumo in which that socialite Stephen Ward killed himself before trial, a "suicide" seems to always silence investigations as a means of intimidation.
Much has been ignored about the Epstein case besides the sexual abuse like the New Mexico Zorro ranch where there is a maze as seen from an overhead view of the compound and the creepy occult temple on Little St. James island which screams ritual abuse/sacrifice with its doors complete with a reinforcing bar on the outside to keep people inside.
There are many remaining questions that will stay unanswered with the death of Jeffrey Epstein like what gave him the education to be on the Harvard Brain and Board committee and what was the purpose of owning a dentist chair with straps?
Epstein wasn't a doctor, nor was he a dentist so what was his purpose being on the committee and what was the chair used for?
Any legitimate investigation will have to come from a House committee, not the DOJ, since William Barr was linked to Epstein's legal firm Kirkland & Ellis, that represented Jeffrey Epstein in 2008 which ended in a no-prosecution and Barr's father Donald Barr hired Epstein to teach at the Dalton elite school in New York according to Frank Figliuzzi, a former FBI Assistant Director for counterintelligence. The feds have the blackmail tapes, so this writer is not sure what the elitists think killing Epstein is going to do? I'll wager you a bet those tapes end up "missing" next...
UPDATE: Looks like the elite might not have to kill any more people, but those tapes will almost certainly come up missing.
Former federal prosecutor and CNN Legal Analyst Renato Mariotti has basically stated that it's over and there won't be a public trial or other proceedings and evidence collected won't be released to the public. However, later on in the day, the feds have stated that Justice will still be served for the victims. Meanwhile Congresswoman Lois Frankel stated the House Committee on Oversight and Reform should begin its own investigation immediately, adding "the public has a right to know why Epstein was given a non-prosecution deal."
Image credit: The Mind Unleashed
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