Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse hearings get media blackout

Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse hearings get media blackout










Jeffrey Epstein was given a slap on the wrist in 2008 by the then U.S. Attorney for southern Florida and current Labour Secretary Alex Acosta. Epstein, who is under fire for sexually abusing dozens of underage girls in his Palm Beach mansion, has a history of sexual abuse towards girls from the age of 14 to 17.

Epstein is a billionaire and friend of Bill and Hilary Clinton and was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution. Bill Clinton has taken part in many excursions on Epstein’s “Lolita Express” which is a Boeing 727 jet. Varied sources claim the jet has been the means to compromising men and women who then go on to great things in the game of politics or through some Intelligence led arena.

This creates solid puppets within our domestic systems who will implement the work of the Secret Societies without question.

The legal team acting for Attorney Alan Dershowitz cautioned against media access to a hearing regarding his former client and associate, convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein, now at the age of 66, reached the deal in 2008 with then-Miami U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta’s office in order the federal probe, that could have landed him in prison for life. Epstein instead pleaded guilty to lesser state charges, and went on to spend 13 months of an 18 month sentence in the Palm Beach County Stockade, what we call in Britain an open prison, and paid financial settlements to the victims. He was logged as a registered sex offender.

Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse hearings get media blackout

The sealed records appeal relates to a 2015 defamation suit in New York brought by a victim of Epstein, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, made against a British socialite, Ghislaine Maxwell. Giuffre says Maxwell helped Epstein traffic herself and other underage girls to sex parties at the billionaire’s many residences. The case was settled in 2017 and the records were sealed. This led to an appeal brought by the Miami Herald and several other parties seeking to make them public in an attempt at shedding more light on the scope of Epstein’s crimes, and, in determining who else was involved and whether any undue influence tainted the case.

Julie K. Brown of the Miami Herald said :

Dershowitz’s attorney asked a New York judge whether the media should be barred from Wednesday’s hearing in the US District Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, since “his oral arguments on behalf of his client could contain sensitive information that has been under seal,” 

The appeals court had not responded to his concern as of Friday, but if the hearing is closed during his lawyer’s argument, it would represent the latest in a long history of successful efforts to keep details of Epstein’s sex crimes sealed.

Two women, one of whom was underage, have made the claim that Epstein and his partner, British socialite and environmentalist Ghislaine Maxwell, directed them to have sex with Dershowitz, 80, and other wealthy, powerful men. Dershowitz and Maxwell have denied the claims. 

Epstein is also a friend of Prince Andrew and was one of the HSBC offshore investors in the leaked accounts scandal.

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