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Posted 22 February 2019 - 06:02 PM

Palm Beach multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein is a free man, despite sexually abusing dozens of underage girls according to police and prosecutors. His victims have never had a voice, until now.    

 

Federal prosecutors, under former Miami U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta, broke the law when they concealed a plea agreement from more than 30 underage victims who had been sexually abused by wealthy New York hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein, a federal judge ruled Thursday.    https://www.miamiher...e226577419.html

 

“The government aligned themselves with Epstein, working against his victims, for 11 years,’’ Edwards said. “Yes, this is a huge victory, but to make his victims suffer for 11 years, this should not have happened. Instead of admitting what they did, and doing the right thing, they spent 11 years fighting these girls.’’  

 

The decision follows a three-part series published by the Miami Herald in November, “Perversion of Justice,’’ which detailed how federal prosecutors collaborated with Epstein’s lawyers to arrange the deal, then hid it from his victims and the public so that no one would know the full scope of Epstein’s crimes and who else was involved.


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Posted 12 March 2019 - 07:42 AM

Federal court moves to unseal documents in Jeffrey Epstein scandal  
 
A Miami Herald investigation, “Perversion of Justice,’’ showed that Acosta and other prosecutors deliberately kept Epstein’s victims in the dark so that they could not appear at his sentencing and possibly derail the deal. The sentencing judge was also misled about the scope of Epstein’s crimes and how many girls he abused, records indicate.  https://www.miamiher...e227411649.html
 
The U.S. attorney in Atlanta has been assigned to review the non-prosecution agreement in the wake of the Feb. 22 ruling. Epstein’s victim’s want the deal thrown out — which would set a precedent.

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Posted 19 March 2019 - 07:29 PM

 Prosecutors behind Jeffrey Epstein plea deal selected a 16-year-old victim over dozens of younger girls so that the accused child rapist would not have to register as a sex offender in 31 of 50 states    https://www.dailymai...strictions.html

 

That victim's age means that Epstein did not have to register as a sex offender in states like New Mexico, where he owns a 7,600-acre property called Zorro Ranch, and allows him to be classified as a low risk offender in the US Virgin Islands, which is currently his primary residence. 

 

That was another part of the deal, which in addition to allowing Epstein to have work release and live in a low-security facility also agreed to drop a federal probe into the millionaire moneyman.  

 

The deal Epstein received is 'one of the most extraordinarily lenient plea arrangements in American history'.  

 

Epstein's team was made up of some of the country's most prominent legal minds, including Alan Dershowitz, Roy Black and Kenneth Starr.  

 

Acosta - who is currently the Secretary of Labor  - and others are again coming under fire for allegedly catering to the man who donated millions to the Clintons and hosted President Trump at his Manhattan townhouse while keeping his victims in the dark.


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Posted 20 March 2019 - 08:35 AM

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Why is no one n Palm Beach asking why it took ten years for the state attorney to even say who this victim was?

 


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Posted 20 March 2019 - 08:45 AM

According to recent reports, paper filed against his friend Jeffrey Epstein in 2006 mentioned that he had installed hidden cameras everywhere in his property to record the indecent acts of important people with underage prostitutes for further criminal use such as blackmail.

 

Mirror has reported that Epstein used to photograph and record the orgy sessions that he used to throw for VIPs and other dignitaries through concealed cameras. The 2008 Florida lawsuit clearly mentioned the fact that his properties were filled with hidden cameras. At the time of his arrest in 2006, stacks of provocative images of various underage girls were reportedly seized from a computer at his Palm Beach mansion.   https://www.ibtimes....x-slave-1407641


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Posted 22 March 2019 - 07:58 AM

Bill Clinton jumped aboard disgraced sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's 'Lolita Express' plane for junkets 26 TIMES in just three years   https://www.dailymai...hree-years.html
 
Who are the two mystery people fighting to keep details related to Jeffrey Epstein's sex crime from becoming public?  https://www.dailymai...ime-public.html
 
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At the 11th hour, a John Doe filed an amicus brief asking the court to keep the records in the Epstein case sealed. Ask any lawyer - this filing is unusual and inappropriate. It gets more interesting.... The lawyer who filed the brief? He worked for Mueller and Comey.

 


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