Jeffrey Epstein

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(businessman, blackmailer, deep state actor, paedophile)
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BornJeffrey Edward Epstein
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Died10 August 2019 (Age 66)
Cause of death
ResidenceUS Virgin Islands
CitizenshipUnited States
Criminal charge
Sex trafficking
Criminal convictions
Sex trafficking
Member ofCouncil on Foreign Relations/Historical Members, The Giving Pledge, Trilateral Commission
Victim ofassassination
Interestssexual blackmail
Interest of"Philip Cross", Joseph Recarey, Conchita Sarnoff
SubpageJeffrey Epstein/"Suicide"
Billionaire who flew famous people on the Lolita Express to lavish parties on one a private island, which the locals dubbed "Orgy Island" or "Padeophile Island". A compulsive pedophile, he was convicted in 2008, given a cushy plea deal by use of deep state pressure. However, after this declared illegal in February 2019, after which people attempted to distance themselves from him. Re-arrested in June 2019, he was reportedly found dead of a "suicide" in prison although questions remain about this.

Jeffrey Epstein was a US billionaire deep state actor and paedophile with links to many deep state operatives including Bill Clinton & Donald Trump. Daniel Hopsicker stated that he was "not just some smart larky guy who ended up twisted" but "far more likely... a key executive in an unnamed-but-clearly-massive organization that's usually called “transnational organized crime” by academics".[1] In 2008 he pled guilty in state court in 2008 to two felony counts, including soliciting a minor.[2] He was arrested again on July 6, 2019, which lead to the exposure of the Epstein affair. He reportedly committed "Suicide" in jail.


Full article: Stub class article Epstein Affair

Jeffrey Epstein taught calculus to students including a son of Alan C. Greenberg, chairman of Bear Stearns. In 1976, he started work as an options trader at Bear Stearns. In 2002 he has been described as an: "an enthusiastic member of the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations" - the later made no move to cancel his membership after his 2008 conviction for procuring an underage girl for prostitution.[3] It is likely that his sexual blackmail activities for deep state groups started no later than the early 1990's.[4]

Black book

Full article: Jeffrey Epstein/Black book
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Epstein had an address book, referred to as his "black book". A redacted version was published on the internet in January 2015 by Nick Bryant on Gawker.[5] In an interview in 2020 he said: "What is troubling is that I pitched that “Black Book” to every major magazine in New York and none of them would touch it. So that was frustrating for me. I had so much evidence at that point, I had police reports. I had everything and I still couldn’t get anybody to touch it."[6]

2008 Arrest

In 2008 he was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution[7] and although federal law dictates no less than 10 years to life in such cases,[8][9] the plea deal he reached remained way below.[10] Aggravating to that, a court document alleged that Epstein ran a "sexual abuse ring", and lent underage girls to "prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known prime minister, and other world leaders",[11] Epstein was given 13 months of "absurdly soft jail time" and released after a secret (and illegal) plea deal between his defense lawyer Jay Lefkowitz‎ and prosecutor by Alex Acosta, who was told that Epstein had intelligence connections and better be left alone.[12] Epstein continued his sexual blackmail activities and became an informant.[13] The reporting of the Miami Herald,[14] which broke the story again in 2018, was credited for helping the rearrest of Epstein.


One of Epstein's private islands

Epstein bought a range of large properties, including the 72-acre Little St. James, an island in the US Virgin Islands, reportedly dubbed "Pedophile Island" and "Orgy Island" by locals.[15] Later he bought the neighbouring 165-acre Great St. James.[16] He had reportedly planned to build a complex of buildings there that include an amphitheater and an “underwater office & pool”. However, in December 2018, a stop work order was issued after US Virgin Islands authorities found that Epstein was doing unauthorized construction.[16]

"The only unusual aspect of the main residence the former worker said he was aware of were the security boxes in two offices. The level of secrecy around a steel safe in Epstein’s office, in particular, suggested it contained much more than just money, he said. Outside of an occasional visit by a housekeeper, no one was allowed in those rooms".[15]


Epstein's recently owned planes.

Epstein's most infamous plane, the Lolita Express, was a B-727-31 (Tailnumber N908JE)[17] registered for JEGE INC.[18][19] other planes identified in 2002 flight logs were: a G-1159B (Tailnumber N909JE)[20] He reportedly tried to sell a 2008 Sikorsky S-76 number 722JE in 2019.[21]


One of the uses of Little St. James was hosting lavish parties, which included underage sex, for the purposes of gather material for sexual blackmail.[22][23]


Jess Staley, Jess Staley, Larry_Summers, Jeffrey Epstein, Bill_Gates and Boris Nikolic in 2011

Epstein had a lot of interesting connections, including:

Bill Clinton

Flight logs show that Bill Clinton took at least 26 trips on Epstein’s infamous private sex plane, dubbed the "Lolita Express".[24]

Donald Trump

Donald Trump told New York Magazine for a 2002 profile of Epstein "I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life."[25] In 2019, on the day after New York authorities took Epstein into custody, Trump stated "I was not a fan of his, that I can tell you."[26]

Epstein shared a banker with Trump, Thomas Bowers, who loaned hundreds of millions of dollars of both men, and who was found dead in November 2019.[27][28]

Leslie Wexner

In 2008 Epstein donated around $46 million to the Wexner Foundation.[29]


In 2008, Epstein was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution, for which he served 13 months in prison according to a plea deal worked out by defense lawyer Jay Lefkowitz‎ and approved by Alex Acosta.[7] This deal granted immunity to "any potential co-conspirators" and was keep secret "from Epstein's victims, which meant they would not know to challenge it in court. As it turned out, this actually broke the law, because victims have a right to know of such developments, under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act."[12]

Many subsequent lawsuits were settled by Epstein out of court.[30] Epstein has made many out-of-court settlements with alleged victims and some cases were open of January 2015.[31]

2019 Arrest

Epstein was re-arrested on July 6, 2019, on federal charges for sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York.[32] Thousands of documents were unsealed an a massive expose of the Epstein sexual blackmail operation ensued.[33]

According to Bloomberg: "He was arrested on the weekend after returning from Paris on his Gulfstream G550."[34] In July he was reportedly found unconscious in his Manhattan jail cell with injuries to his neck[35] , after which he was put on a "suicide watch", but on August 2019 it Reuters reported that "Epstein found dead in jail, was not on suicide watch".[36]

Maurene Comey is reportedly one of the federal prosecutors on the Jeffrey Epstein case as she an assistant United States attorney in the Southern District of New York, and daughter of former FBI Director, James Comey. Some have suggested that Maurene Comey may have lost the footage outside his cell, due to a "mix-up".


Full article: Jeffrey Epstein/"Suicide"‎‎

Jeffrey Epstein reportedly committed suicide. Various corporate media sources referred to this as an "apparent suicide", without explaining exactly what had the appearance of a suicide. He was reportedly on a "suicide watch", but later reports stated that he had been taken off before the event. CCTV was not forthcoming, for unexplained reasons. The guards whose responsibility it had been to watch him had also not been doing so. Although the autopsy did not rule it a suicide, it was later declared to be so.


Related Quotation

Nicole Junkermann“In Epstein’s planes flight manifest, a pattern which was visible from the information available is how he would use his private jet. He would use the plane for two main reasons. Most commonly he would fly himself and a number of his entourage to a destination, or alternatively he would fly people to meet him. The rarest occurrence was when Epstein would fly without any of his usual entourage and just one other passenger. There was only one name that jumped out from the flight manifest as a good example of when Epstein alternated from his routine. His second meeting with Nicole Junkermann... On Saturday 31st August 2002, Jeffrey Epstein and Nicole Junkermann would fly from Paris Le Bourget Airport to Birmingham Airport, in the UK, alone. They would return to Paris, via the same route, on Monday 2nd September 2002. For Jeffrey Epstein to fly without any of his normally present entourage is very unusual. So what was happening that weekend?”Johnny Vedmore
Nicole Junkermann
17 July 2019


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Assange Must Not Also Die in Jailblog post13 August 2019Craig MurrayMany of the same people who are relieved by Jeffrey Epstein’s death would like to see Julian Assange dead too.
Document:Epstein's Death Must Be the Start, not the End, of the Investigationblog post11 August 2019Craig MurrayIt is a great shame that in the UK, the Establishment has been able to characterise the falsifications of Carl Beech as discrediting the entire notion of historical child sexual abuse.


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