Why Are They Sitting on the Epstein Evidence?
This evidence must be made public and victims must have total access to it.
by David Sims
FOR WEEKS, the FBI and the New York City police have been sitting on a big pile of child pornography plus big-wig/celebrity blackmail videos that were seized from Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion in Manhattan. Have you heard about anyone rich and powerful being arrested as the result of official scrutiny of those videos? No? Hmmm.
Why, it sounds as if the police are more interested in covering up for the child rapists than they are in prosecuting them, doesn’t it? And yesterday and today the FBI and the NYPD are searching Little Saint James Island for evidence. And, most likely, what they intend to do with any evidence they find is destroy it.
It sure looks like we can’t trust the federal or local police to do their jobs properly, when the suspects are rich and powerful people [especially Jews — Ed.]. I think that I can now figure out why the FBI recently declared “conspiracy theories” to be a terrorist threat. It’s their way of suppressing conspiracy theories (probably true ones) about the FBI.
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in prison (as predicted) the day after the courts finally released a big bunch of documents relating to the pedophilia scandal in which he was embroiled. Apparently, some of the former customers in his child prostitution business had already hired hit-men, probably some of them prison guards, who were ready to go when a command arrived or a trigger event happened. Although it’s being called a suicide, Epstein’s death is almost certainly a murder.
Now, Epstein most likely deserved to die, but so do the rich elite pedophiles who raped children on Epstein’s various properties. With Epstein dead, documents probably will disappear — those mysterious thefts and fires in the police department’s evidence room — and the evidence against the guilty parties will simply evaporate.
There are cameras everywhere in the prison where Epstein was locked up, but don’t hold your breath waiting for video showing exactly how Epstein’s death really came about. You’ll hear something about “technical difficulties,” vague and unspecified, or else weirdly improbable. The CCTV cameras will have been allegedly mysteriously turned off for maintenance, or there was a malfunction or loss of electrical power… it’ll be something along those lines. And the prison guard who was supposed to be on shift for Epstein’s round-the-clock “suicide watch” will have taken a long coffee break, during which Epstein somehow died. Oops.
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What Took So Long? FBI Raids Epstein’s Caribbean Island
FBI agents have raided the island of Little St. James, property of the financier Jeffrey Epstein, two days after his death inside a New York jail.
A group of tourists on a chartered boat off the coast of the island spotted the law enforcement on Monday and took photos and video of the raid.
“We were enjoying lunch when we saw over a dozen people getting off their speedboats and landing on the island,” the anonymous witness told the Daily Mail, which got the footage. “When we looked harder, we could see the FBI logo on the backs of their shirts.”
Epstein bought the 71.5-acre island in 1998 for $7.95 million, and allegedly used it for sex parties involving underage girls and rich and powerful guests for years. His private plane, nicknamed the “Lolita Express,” would land on the nearby island of St. Thomas, from which everyone would take the boat named after his ex-girlfriend and alleged accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell.
The FBI has not officially commented on the raid, but its timing – two days after Epstein was found dead in the Manhattan jail after apparent suicide – has prompted questions.
The 66-year-old was arrested and jailed on July 6, on charges of sex trafficking. On Friday, some 2,000 pages of documents from a lawsuit against Maxwell, detailing the sordid accusations of sexual abuse of multiple underage girls, were unsealed to the public. Epstein was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan the following day.
Medical examiners who performed the autopsy on Epstein have declined to publish the cause of death “pending further information.” There were reports that he had not been on suicide watch, that he was alone in his cell, and that the surveillance camera outside had malfunctioned.
Attorney General William Barr condemned the “serious irregularities” at the MCC and demanded a “thorough investigation.”
“Let me assure you that this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with Epstein. Any co-conspirators should not rest easy,” Barr said, speaking at an event in New Orleans on Monday. “The victims deserve justice and they will get it.”
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Source: Author and RT