Jeffrey Epstein: US financier 'charged with sex trafficking'

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Virgin Islands attorney general will subpoena billionaire investor in Jeffrey Epstein civil case


US Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George has filed subpoenas to serve Leon Black and his private equity firm Apollo Global Management, demanding financial documents and communications for the company and several other entities tied to Black in the civil case against Jeffrey Epstein's estate.
The attorney general's lawsuit filed against Epstein's estate in January alleges 22 counts, including aggravated rape, child abuse and neglect, human trafficking, forced labor and prostitution.
 

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Jeffrey Epstein’s Right-Hand Mystery Men




One of the men was described by a source as “Epstein’s confidant and aide for decades.” The other was his longtime accountant. Both could soon be questioned.


The day after Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, a man wearing a red hoodie and L.A. Dodgers cap emerged from the dead sex offender’s Manhattan mansion. His hat and shades obscured his face as he hauled a hefty blue gift bag out of the massive townhouse, where Epstein abused scores of underage girls for years.

A photographer captured the scene that day in August 2019, and the pictures were published by the Daily Mail, which identified the mystery man as Epstein’s longtime accountant and a co-executor of his $634 million estate: 47-year-old Richard Kahn. The bag he was carrying, a source with close ties to Kahn said, contained Epstein’s funeral clothes.

Little is known about Kahn outside his work for Epstein. Or about his co-executor, 55-year-old Darren Indyke, who served as Epstein’s personal attorney for more than two decades and was apparently so close to Epstein that the money manager paid for fertility treatments for Indyke and his wife. Neither man has a public social media account, and both shun press interviews.
 

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Probably soon see Trump block the release of evidence that could clear him.

Judge Reveals Process for Releasing More Secret Jeffrey Epstein Files. This Is Going to Take a While…

U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) Loretta Preska outlined those categories in a five-page order released Thursday afternoon.


The names will include:
(a) persons who produced or answered discovery based upon the representation or understanding that the discovery would be subject to the Protective Order previously issued in this action;
(b) persons who are identified as having allegedly engaged in sexual acts with [Virginia Roberts Giuffre], or other alleged victims, or allegedly facilitated such acts;
(c) persons whose intimate, sexual, or private conduct is described in the Sealed Materials; and (d) persons who are alleged to have been victimized [by Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell].


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Dershowitz’s latest target for antisemitism smears: Jeffrey Epstein’s victims




Several of the major players in the sordid Jeffrey Epstein-Ghislaine Maxwell scandal are Jewish, including Epstein and Maxwell themselves, Leslie Wexner, Ehud Barak, and Alan Dershowitz.

(Many others who have been accused of various acts of misconduct are not – Jean-Luc Brunel, George Mitchell, Bill Richardson.)
Dozens of women have come forward with horrific tales of sexual abuse at the hands of the Epstein-Maxwell crowd when they were young, vulnerable teenagers.
Perhaps it was only a matter of time before there were public accusations that the victims were motivated not by the horrors they endured but by anti-Semitism, and there is no better candidate to launch those scurrilous attacks than Alan Dershowitz.
 

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Both Trump And Epstein Were Accused Of Child Rape In The Same 2016 Lawsuit




In 2016, plaintiff Jane Doe filed a complaint in federal court against Donald Trump and Jeffery Epstein. Jane Doe is a pseudonym, as the lawsuit involves personal information that could lead to retaliation against her.


The case states, “Plaintiff was subject to acts of rape, sexual misconduct, criminal sexual acts, sexual abuse, forcible touching, assault, battery, intentional and reckless infliction of emotional, distress, duress, false imprisonment, and threats of death and/or serious bodily injury by the Defendants that took place at several parties during the summer months of 1994.”




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No he's not. He's in jail because he didn't declare his lobbying for the... wait for it... Ukrainians.

And you didn't source any kind of criticism of the Russiagate conspiracy hoax, so therefore I'm going to conclude you were lying when you said you did, given your pattern of lying thus far.


nOt So MuCh Of A hOaX iF pEoPlE dIeD. :rolleyes:


Look at the disgusting little conspiracy theorist invoke facts that have nothing to do with his conspiracy theory. :ROFL:
Ghislaine Maxwell’s bid to keep testimony from Epstein accuser’s suit secret suffers setback
September 02, 2020 05:37 PM Updated 1 hour 23 minutes ago





Ghislaine Maxwell’s quest to block the unsealing of her 2016 deposition from a civil suit brought by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims was dealt a major blow Wednesday when a federal judge in Maxwell’s criminal case blocked the release of “critical new information” that Maxwell had sought to share as justification for keeping the deposition secret.


Maxwell’s legal team has argued that the deposition should remain under seal so that she can get a fair trial in her criminal case, for which she faces four counts of sexual trafficking of a minor and two counts of perjury.


“But after fourteen single-spaced pages of heated rhetoric, the Defendant proffers no more than vague, speculative, and conclusory assertions as to why that is the case,” U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan wrote in denying the request.


Maxwell, Epstein’s reputed madam, was arrested on July 2 at a 156-acre New Hampshire estate where she had been hiding out. She had toured the property under an assumed name and the property was purchased last December through a shell company. In late July, filings for the shell company were changed to list Maxwell’s longtime friend and Los Angeles lawyer, Leah Saffian.


Maxwell is accused in the criminal case of recruiting and grooming three girls for Epstein to abuse between 1994 and 1997. In one case, she is alleged to have participated in the abuse herself.
 

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Epstein reportedly had secret ‘lair’ at famed Michigan art school
September 5, 2020 | 7:22pm



Pedo-perv Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell didn’t just allegedly troll the streets of London, Arizona and New York for their victims. The dastardly duo had a secret lair on the Michigan grounds of Interlochen Centre for the Arts — the famed fine arts boarding school for children, according to one alleged victim.


In exchange for donations and hosting fundraisers at his New York mansion, the school allowed Epstein to build The Jeffrey Epstein Scholarship Lodge (now available to rent as The Green Lake Lodge).


According to the Mirror, one alleged victim who is suing the pedophile’s estate for $22 million alleges she was recruited at the school in 1994 while a 13-year-old music student, and was abused over a period of four years by Epstein and that Maxwell “regularly facilitated” the abuse and was “frequently present.”
 

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Trump Treasury Secretary Linked To Epstein’s Circle Of Pedophile Friends




Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin reportedly was linked to French model scout and Epstein associate Jean-Luc Brunel.
As the saga of Jeffrey Epstein’s illicit activity continues to unfold, another member of the Trump administration has been linked to the now-deceased sex offender, according to Business Insider.


The Daily Beast reportedly discovered a tie between Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Jean-Luc Brunel, one of Epstein’s associates who “has been accused of sexual assault, rape, and procuring girls” for the financier.


Brunel, a French modeling scout, has denied the accusations.


Mnuchin's name appears on legal documents as a "state point of contact" for Brunel's Next Management Corporation, a company he co-owns with his brother.


Business Insider explained that a “state point of contact is responsible for liaising between a company and the New York Department of State, filing legal documents and receiving lawsuits and other legal information on a company's behalf.”
 

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EXCLUSIVE: 'I hate him but I can't leave'. What Ghislaine Maxwell said about Jeffrey Epstein as she confided in the pedophile's housekeeper, the former employee reveals to victim Virginia Roberts in interview about his time working in the home
  • Jeffrey Epstein's former housekeeper Juan Alessi claims that Ghislaine Maxwell opened up to him when he asked her why she was so close to the pedophile
  • 'I hate him but I can't leave,' Maxwell reportedly said to Alessi
  • Alessi spoke out in a podcast interview with Epstein survivor Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew
  • In Broken: Seeking Justice, Alessi reveals that the Duke of York visited Epstein's mansion in Palm Beach, Florida two or three times while he was there
  • Alessi claims Prince Andrew was memorable because he was so polite, and the only one of Epstein's guests to leave him a tip
  • Alessi and Giuffre last saw one another in 2002 when Giuffre left for Thailand to train as a masseuse and never returned to Epstein
  • Alessi, 70, worked for Epstein from 1991 to 2006 first as a maintenance guy on his homes and then the housekeeper and driver in Palm Beach
By Daniel Bates For Dailymail.com

Published: 16:23 EDT, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 18:40 EDT, 22 September 2020

Alessi reveals that the Duke of York visited Epstein's mansion in Palm Beach, Florida two or three times while he was there.

Andrew was memorable because he was so polite - and was the only one of Epstein's guests to leave him a tip.
 

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There is a video floating around on the web now which claims to be video of Epstein's suicide.
 

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Leon Black to investors: "I deeply regret" Epstein involvement




Wall Street billionaire Leon Black expressed remorse for his personal business and philanthropic relationship with Jeffrey Epstein on Monday in a letter sent to investors and obtained by Axios.

Driving the news: Black's letter follows a bombshell New York Times report that revealed that ties between Black, founder and CEO of Apollo Global Management, and Epstein were deeper than previously disclosed, including upwards of $75 million changing hands.

In the letter to limited partners in Apollo funds, Black reiterated past statements that Epstein was never involved in Apollo business, and that he engaged Epstein in "estate planning, tax, and philanthropic endeavors."

  • Black also wrote that his family was with him during a visit to Epstein's infamous island estate, and that he occasionally met at Epstein's townhouse because Epstein didn't maintain a separate office.
  • He also said he will cooperate with all legal inquiries into Epstein.
 

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Leon Black still won't answer questions about Epstein payments




458 days. That's how long it's been since Axios first asked Apollo Global Management CEO Leon Black to explain why he donated $10 million to Jeffrey Epstein's charity after he pleaded guilty to felony prostitution with an underage girl. Still no reply.

1 day: That's how long it's been since the New York Times reported that the $10 million donation was just the tip of an inexplicable iceberg.

The state of play: It now appears that Black wired Epstein at least $50 million in the decade after Epstein's conviction, only ending the relationship in 2018 after a "fee dispute."

  • By 2018, anyone with a working Google knew about the serious allegations against Epstein — many of which became public during the 2016 presidential campaign because of Epstein's ties to both Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
  • And Black certainly knew about the earlier guilty pleas, since it appeared to be the reason Epstein preemptively departed the board of Black's family foundation in 2007 (despite some paperwork discrepancies).
Why it matters: Black runs one of the world's largest and most powerful investment firms.

  • He has steadfastly maintained that none of his Epstein payments had anything to do with Apollo, reiterated in a letter sent yesterday to limited partners in Apollo funds (read letter here).
  • But that doesn't address the fundamental issue of why Black continued to engage with Epstein. Was it just bad judgement, turning a blind eye or giving Epstein the undeserved benefit of the doubt? Was it a complete and total failure of due diligence? Or was it an attempt at self-preservation?
 

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Ghislaine Maxwell loses court battle to keep her Jeffrey Epstein testimony sealed: report




Ghislaine Maxwell lost in court two different ways on Monday, the Miami Herald reports.


“A federal appeals court dealt Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged madam to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, twin blows late Monday by declining to consolidate her appeals in numerous overlapping cases and striking down her effort to thwart release of a controversial deposition she gave in a now-settled civil lawsuit,” the newspaper reported. “The three-judge Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held more than two hours of oral arguments last week, and issued a succinct Monday afternoon order holding that a lower court judge did not err in order the release of a 418-page deposition from April 2016 that could shed new light on the Epstein empire.”


President Donald Trump wished Maxwell well in her legal dramas.

“The ruling affirmed a decision over the summer by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska to release hundreds of documents from a 2015 civil suit involving Maxwell and Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre. The case was settled in 2017 and the Miami Herald sued for the release of the documents following its groundbreaking November 2018 Perversion of Justice series, which spotlighted how Epstein escaped serious punishment despite widespread accusations that he sexually abused underage girls. Epstein was arrested in July 2019 and found dead in a jail cell the following month, determined to be a suicide,” the newspaper reported.
 

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The Donald Trump underage rape accusation explained

Mr Trump has repeatedly denied the allegation that he raped a 13-year-old girl in 1994





A judge has ordered a status conference hearing into a lawsuit submitted by a woman who claims Donald Trump raped her when she was 13-years-old in 1994.
Federal Judge Ronnie Abrams has ordered the hearing for 16 December in a New York court. She has asked for both sides to provide information to assist the Court in advancing the case to settlement or trial.
What does the lawsuit allege?

In the lawsuit the plaintiff, identifed by the pseudonym Jane Doe, alleges Mr Trump "initiated sexual contact" with her at four different parties when she was 13.
At the fourth encounter, she alleges he tied her to a bed "then proceeded to forcibly rape" her.
She says she was lured to the parties, held by billionaire-paedophile Jeffrey Epstein - who is also a defendant in the case - "by promises of money and a modeling career".
What is Donald Trump's response?
Mr Trump has repeatedly denied the allegations.
“As I have said before, the allegations are categorically untrue and an obvious publicity stunt aimed at smearing my client,” Alan Garten, Mr Trump’s attorney, told LawNewz.com.

“In the event we are actually served this time, we intend to move for sanctions for this frivolous filing.”
 
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