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Quote from: EvadingGrid on Jul 29, 2019, 08:52:05 AM* cat jaw drops WowAlthough I had seen fragments of the information scattered, to see it all assembled as one tail of gangsters, FBI, CIA, and Washington was a shocking read.
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Jul 29, 2019, 10:53:18 AMHow wrong I was !!!!Always thought ~Trump was a democrat, hence his close association with the Clintions and that his running on a Republican ticket was nothing more than a cynical calculation of the easiest route to the Whitehouse. That his converstion was classic NeoCon, minus attendence of Chicago School. How wrong I was !!!!Now, I'm thinking that common thread was Organised Crime, Coercion & Blackmail, Connections to the Corrupt High Level FBI and CIA.Got to rethink everything, and its only Monday morning.Last Edit by Palmerston
QuoteFrenchman Brunel, co-founder of the MC2 modelling agency, has himself been dogged by allegations of sexual abuse and of having procured underage girls for abuse by wealthy and powerful associates.Virginia Roberts, one of Epstein's alleged victims, claims in court documents filed against Epstein that Brunel would "bring young girls (ranging to ages as young as 12) to the United States for sexual purposes and farm them out to his friends, especially Epstein.""Brunel would offer the girls 'modeling' jobs," she says."Many of the girls came from poor countries or impoverished backgrounds, and he lured them in with a promise of making good money."Brunel also denies the allegations.Edwards's court filing says of Brunel: "According to widely circulated press reports reviewed by Edwards, Brunel is in his sixties and has a reputation throughout the world (and especially in the modeling industry) as a cocaine addict that has for years molested children through modeling agencies while acting as their agent — conduct that has been the subject of critical reports, books, several news articles, and a 60 Minutes documentary on Brunel's sexual exploitation of underage models.
Quote from: 2Revolutions on Jul 29, 2019, 07:20:33 AMPart 2 to the article referenced above. This article delves into the key figures in the Reagan and Bush administrationby Whitney Webb-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Government by Blackmail: Jeffrey Epstein, Trump's Mentor and the Dark Secrets of the Reagan Erahttps://mintpressnews.com/blackmail-jeffrey-epstein-trump-mentor-reagan-era/260760/Last Edit by Gladstone
Quote from: 2Revolutions on Aug 09, 2019, 07:54:12 PMPart 3Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein ScandalThe picture painted by the evidence is not a direct Epstein tie to a single intelligence agency but a web linking key members of the Mega Group, politicians, and officials in both the U.S. and Israel, and an organized-crime network with deep business and intelligence ties in both nations.by Whitney Webbhttps://mintpressnews.com/mega-group-maxwells-mossad-spy-story-jeffrey-epstein-scandal/261172/
QuoteParamedics tried to revive convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein as they wheeled him into the hospital, exclusive photos by the Post show.Sources said Epstein, 66, hanged himself in his cell in the Manhattan Correctional Center. FDNY officials said a call came in at 6:38 a.m.Paramedics wheeled a gurney carrying Epstein, still in his orange prison uniform, into New York Downtown Hospital around 7:30 a.m.His eyes were closed, and the EMTs were using a breathing apparatus in what appeared to be an attempt to revive him.Epstein was reportedly on suicide watch two weeks ago after he was found nearly unconscious in his cell with injuries to his neck.
QuoteThis is a systematic failure by the American bureau of prisons.
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QuoteThe sources behind Jeffrey Epstein's vast wealth have long been a mystery, and his assets have been housed in partnerships that sometimes obscure ownership. Mark's wealth appears to be tiny by comparison, an asset search shows, but also hard to assess. A lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein didn't respond to an email seeking comment.Last month, when Jeffrey Epstein was seeking bail, his brother offered to put up a Florida condo valued at a modest $100,000. Yet last fall, Mark Epstein and at least one co-owner donated an 80-foot luxury yacht once valued at nearly $1 million to a small nonprofit.At the time of the donation, Mr. Epstein was facing a $67,261 federal tax lien, records show. The lien's disposition has not been recorded. As he was facing other liens a decade earlier, he donated at least $500,000 to the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, his alma mater, where he became chairman of the board of trustees. Tax liens can be signs of financial distress or of strategies rejected by tax authorities.The brothers are linked financially through a 200-unit condominium on Manhattan's Upper East Side once owned by Jeffrey Epstein's most lucrative client, retail magnate Leslie Wexner. The company that bought the building in the early 1990s is a former affiliate of J. Epstein & Co., Jeffrey Epstein's investment firm, real-estate records and New York state filings show. Mark Epstein was once listed in corporate records as president of that company.Asked to discuss his financial interests and how they intersected with his brother's, Mark Epstein, 65 years old, declined. "I don't have time to talk about it and I don't see any purpose in talking about it with anybody," he told The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.The Journal also sent him a list of questions, which he declined to answer. In a subsequent email, Mr. Epstein said: "As a private independent businessman I don't feel the need to share any of the information." In email messages sent after his brother died, he declined to comment.Mark Epstein told Crain's New York Business in an article last month that he bought the 16-story condo building on East 66th Street from Mr. Wexner based on a tip from his brother in the early 1990s. At the time, records show, the building carried a mortgage of $7.24 million. A current valuation of the building is almost impossible without knowing the terms of the building's rent rolls, said Jonathan Miller, president and chief executive of Miller Samuel Inc., an appraisal firm in New York City.Real-estate records show the building and mortgage were transferred from an Ohio limited partnership affiliated with Mr. Wexner, the founder of retailer L Brands Inc.The Journal could find no documents detailing Mark Epstein's purchase of the building. Records show the condominium's owner since 1991 as Ossa Properties. At that time, Ossa was an affiliate of J. Epstein & Co. according to a New York state charter-school filing and a former employee. In the Crain's article, Mark Epstein said that a New York state document erred in stating that J. Epstein & Co. and Ossa Properties were affiliated.