Wicked Billionaire’s Arrest May Lead to Many More

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Convicted Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein with images of a few of his victims.

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Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on Saturday night in New Jersey. On Monday, the details of his indictment were released: he sexually exploited, abused, and paid dozens of minor girls at his homes in Manhattan, Palm Beach, and other locations. He used other adults and minors as recruiters to maintain and increase his supply of victims. He could receive up to 45 years imprisonment.

  • Massive network of victims, including 35 female minors
  • Epstein has reportedly settled lawsuits from more than 30 “Jane Doe” victims since 2008
  • The youngest alleged victim was 12 years old at the time of her abuse

According to the court filings, Epstein will lose his property and real estate where these offenses took place and any proceeds he obtained from the offenses. If any property is unobtainable because it was sold, commingled, or placed beyond the jurisdiction of the Court, other property will be seized to make up for it.

Epstein was arrested in 2005 for similar acts, but plea-bargained down to a lesser charge. His attorneys have argued that he has immunity under that plea deal, but the new case includes additional victims. His attorneys have also argued that the images seized in a raid of his Manhattan mansion are “ancient” and show consenting adults.

Prosecutors say that the “extremely concerning” images are of children.

Epstein is said to be willing to cooperate with the investigation, including giving up the names of those who engaged in sex with underage girls, in exchange for a maximum sentence not to exceed five years. His bail hearing is set for July 15.

During a press conference on Monday, officials made an appeal for more victims to come forward.

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Epstein’s temple on his Little St. James Island and Ghislaine Maxwell, who procured children and women.

Brief History

Epstein was arrested in 2005 for paying dozens of underage girls for sex.

  • Signed a plea agreement in 2007 with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, accepting a single charge of soliciting prostitution.
  • Agreed to a 30-month sentence, which was reduced to six months
  • Was in jail only a few hours a day

Strange Connections

The lead prosecutor was Alex Acosta, who is now President Trump’s Labor Secretary, but the entire deal was led by FBI Director Robert Mueller. Acosta may have worked with the US Federal Court that threw out Epstein’s cushy deal. Last Wednesday, in a 27-page decision, the judge ordered that the secret documents be released that show who was on the receiving end of those underage sex services. The documents will not be immediately available, as anonymous individuals involved in the case have two weeks to file appeals.

The Epstein case links to dozens of politicians, Hollywood stars, corporate CEOs, and media moguls. Here is a short list of the names found in Epstein’s 2004-2005 address book:

Alec Baldwin, Ehud Barak (Israel), Courtney Love, David Blaine, the Duke and Duchess of York, Dustin Hoffman, Mick Jagger, Kissinger, Ted Kennedy, Evelyn de Rothschild, HRC top aide Cheryl Mills, Kevin Spacey, Peter Soros, Maria Shriver, David Rockefeller, John Kerry, Clinton Foundation official Doug Band, Richard Branson, Edgar Bronfman (linked to NXIVM sex cult), Jimmy Buffet, William Carey, Naomi Campbell, Janice Dickinson, Eli Weisel, Steve Forbes, Ted and Bobby Kennedy, Rupert Murdoch, Joan Rivers, Ron Silver, the Trumps: Ivana, Ivanka, Robert & Blaine, and Donald Trump.

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Left: A “model” from the Midland Agency, run by Rachel Chandler.
Right: Bill Clinton and a much younger Rachel Chandler aboard Epstein’s jet named the “Lolita Express.”

Epstein and Bill Clinton

Epstein’s attorneys tried to pump up his image with the judge following his first arrest by capitalizing on his strong relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton. They wrote a letter in 2007 claiming Epstein helped start the Clinton’s foundation. They wrote, “Mr. Epstein was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative…” He also had many close encounters with former President Bill Clinton, as evidenced by passenger manifests for his “Lolita Express” Boeing 727 which ferried the rich and famous to his private Island in the Caribbean. Flight logs show Clinton traveled on Epstein’s private plane 26 times.

A socialite named Ghislaine Maxwell (pictured above) was the “procurer” of many of Epstein’s victims. She was also an honored guest at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.

On Monday, Clinton released the following statement through his press secretary:

“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York.”

Epstein and Donald Trump

President Trump called Epstein a friend in an interview with New York Magazine in 2002. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it—Jeffrey enjoys his social life.” Epstein’s address book contained 14 different phone numbers for Donald Trump, and when put under oath, Epstein admitted socializing with him but wouldn’t testify whether or not underage females were present. He similarly pleaded the fifth when asked about his times with Bill Clinton.

  • A woman came forward in 2016 claiming Trump and Epstein raped her when she was 13. She was supposed to give a press conference in April 2017, but canceled at the last minute and later dropped the lawsuit. Nothing about her story checked out, according to media reports.
  • Trump rode on Epstein’s private plane one time from Daytona Beach to New York City—never to Epstein’s island—and that was with Mark Epstein, Jeffrey’s brother.
  • He also kicked Epstein out of Mar-a-Lago and banned him for life after he was caught with a 14-year-old girl. At the time of Epstein’s 2005 arrest, Trump went voluntarily to the police to give a statement. Officials commented that he couldn’t have been more forthcoming.
  • Prosecuting attorney Bradley Edwards was interviewed in Palm Beach in 2018, shortly after settling a court case he had with Epstein. He remarked to a reporter that Trump was the only person who didn’t wait for a subpoena, but picked up the phone to offer information. Trump told Edwards, “I’ll give you as much time as you want. I’ll tell you what you need to know.” The information checked out and Edwards said they didn’t have to take a deposition of Trump in 2009.

Mike Fisten, a retired Miami-Dade homicide detective who worked as a private investigator in several Epstein-related cases, is skeptical about the claims that Trump was part of the underage sex with Epstein.

  • In hundreds of interviews with hundreds of witnesses, he said no one has ever identified Trump as being involved in any kind of sexual activity with underage girls.
  • In 2012, Donald Trump tweeted, “Got to do something about these missing chidlren [sic] grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents—fast trial, death penalty.”
  • When asked recently about Bill Clinton, the President said, “Nice guy. Got a lot of problems coming up in my opinion with the famous island with Jeffrey Epstein. Lot of problems.”

Why this Matters: This case is making quite a few people nervous.

It seems that Wikipedia is trying to control the fallout and Clinton connection. Epstein’s pre-arrest Wikipedia entry describes him being a registered sex offender since 2008 and says,

“Epstein owned a private Boeing 727 jet and traveled in it frequently, logging 600 flying hours a year, usually with guests on board… Epstein flew Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker to Africa in his private jet… Clinton flew on Epstein’s plane 26 times.”

After Saturday, his entry was edited to remove Clinton, Spacey, and Tucker, but kept the mention of his relationship with Donald Trump.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s daughter Christine Pelosi wrote on Twitter:

“This Epstein case is horrific and the young women deserve justice. It is quite likely that some of our faves are implicated but we must follow the facts and let the chips fall where they may—whether on Republicans or Democrats.”

Does Donald Trump have anything to be worried about?

President Trump is not tweeting about Epstein, or making any public statements. The investigation was brought under the Trump administration and has turned into an arrest. We will have to wait and see who is caught up in this web and whether a plea agreement is reached and who it benefits. There is much more to learn, especially if the list is released of who Epstein provided “services” to through his harem of underage girls.

How to Pray: For judgment and justice for those girls who were victimized by Epstein and for their salvation, for the “rat lines” of human trafficking to collapse, for God to sort out this mess, and that the trials of the wicked will put godly fear into all who do such things that they might repent.

Ps. 105:1 – He is the LORD our God: his judgments are in all the earth.

Ps. 106:3 – Blessed are they that keep judgment, and he that does righteousness at all times.

Ps. 9:1 – I will praise thee, O LORD, with my whole heart: I will show forth all thy marvelous works.

Prov. 16:6 – By mercy and truth iniquity is purged: and by the fear of the LORD men depart from evil.

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Comments

  1. JANA REA says:

    Lori this is getting dark and deep as hell itself. I needed to write something to encourage myself. Maybe you need it too.

    Good work in a dark place. Jana Rea

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