The Epstein Files are a Continuation of the Cover Up
It's a mop-up job
Today a tranche of documents were released in a case involving Jeffrey Epstein. There’s no revelations. Jeffrey Epstein’s case was covered up. I can explain why.
In 2017, my lawyer Marc Randazza found a wonky freedom of the press case. There was a defamation case, and although Jeffrey Epstein wasn’t named as a defendant, the case was central to some “conspiracy theories.” Marc asked me if I wanted to file a motion to intervene. We expected it to be a simple matter.
Media interest was almost zero. No one in the “free press” cared. Then Trump nominated Alexander Acosta to the Secretary of Labor. Acosta had handled the original Epstein criminal case, and said Epstein was given kid gloves treatments due to protection from the intelligence community.
Epstein was an asset of the FBI. What his exact relation was remains sealed.
By 2019 the case I sought to intervene in had an ORANGE MAN BAD angle because Acota was Trump’s Labor Secretary. Even if the motives were impure, at least we were on to the races.
Hundreds-of-thousands of dollars later, a trip to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, and a lot of fighting, we had a batch of documents ready to be unsealed.
The weekend before the documents were made public, SDNY arrested Epstein quitely when he landed his private jet on an airport from a trip he took in France. No perp walk for Epstein.
In 2019 I wrote the following after a press conference was held re: Epstein’s arrest:
Why didn’t the SNDY charge Jeffrey Epstein under the Mann Act? Under the Mann Act, it’s unlawful to transport an underage girl through interstate travel, including on an airplane.
In a widely-publicized press conference the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced sex trafficking charges against Jeff Epstein.
Epstein was charged for paying minors for massages from 2002 to 2005. Yet what was more newsworthy was the what the indictment left out.
Facts: Jeff Epstein traveled internationally with foreign dignitaries ranging from Prince Andrew to Bill Clinton. Epstein kept a private island where he would bring guests to molest underage girls. Epstein maintained files on men who slept with underage women.
The indictment against Epstein does not charge anyone except Epstein, and there’s nothing to indicate that anyone who flew to Epstein’s private island has faced scrutiny.
The SDNY’s actions have all of the telltale signs of “containment.” Because the Miami Herald and Cernovich won a civil lawsuit, leading to over 2,000 records being unsealed, it’s simply impossible for the same Feds who gave Epstein a pass years ago to continue to cover up.
The SDNY could have charged Epstein in 2002, 2003, 2004, or at anytime until today. Yet they did not file charges until the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that previously sealed records involving Jeff Epstein would become public record.
Thus they are charging him without implicating anyone else who assisted with his operation. The indictment was a major disappointment, so we will be redoubling our efforts to ensure that no one who worked with Epstein escapes justice.
You know what happened next. Epstein committed suicide.
Because SDNY charged the lowest level offenses possible, they “lacked jurisidction” to read Epstein’s island in Little St James, as well as his New Mexico and Paris properties. Those houses were left unattended for a couple of weeks.
During that time, a safe went missing. During the Ghislaine Maxwell trial, it was reported:
Evidence from Jeffrey Epstein's safe 'went missing' after FBI raid.
What was in the safe? We’ll never know for certain. We do know that the FBI has Jeffrey Epstein’s blackmail files.
The real Jeffrey Epstein files are the blackmail material.
Very powerful forces have made sure we will never see it.
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