BOMBSHELL: Harvard Admits Faculty Members Flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ After Child Sex Conviction

On Friday, Harvard University released the findings of their investigation regarding the prestigious institution’s connections with deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, and the findings were shocking.

Harvard admitted that many faculty members wined and dined with Epstein, even after he was convicted of child sex acts in 2008. Epstein even had his own office in Harvard that he could use at his own discretion.

Although the top leaders at Harvard officially cut ties with Epstein after his conviction, influential faculty members continued to do business with him. He was particularly close with Martin Nowak, a math professor who led the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics for the university, which was created by a $6.5 million grant from Epstein in 2003.

Through his connections with Nowak, Epstein had Office 610 reserved for himself at Harvard Square. It was commonly known as “Jeffrey’s Office,” and he regularly met with the university’s top scholars there. He even had a key card and unlimited access to the building. This was against university protocol, but everyone seemingly looked the other way to accommodate the child sex fiend.

It wasn’t just Nowak who was cavorting with the pedophile. Harvard acknowledged that a wide variety of their personnel partied with Epstein and jetsetted throughout the world aboard his infamous “Lolita Express” plane that was used for child sex trafficking.

“A number of the Harvard faculty members we interviewed also acknowledged that they visited Epstein in his homes in New York, Florida, New Mexico or the Virgin Islands, visited him in jail or on work release, or traveled on one of his planes. Faculty members told us that they undertook these off-campus activities primarily in their personal capacities rather than as representatives of Harvard. These actions did not implicate Harvard rules or policies,” the investigation concluded.

Nowak is being thrown under the bus as Harvard attempts to salvage their reputation in lieu of these disgraceful and lascivious revelations.

“We do not take this step lightly, but the seriousness of the matter leads us to believe it is not appropriate for Professor Nowak to continue in his role,” wrote Claudine Gay, dean of Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Of the $9.1 million donated to Harvard by Epstein over the years, the University is giving a paltry $200,937 of those funds to social justice groups, My Life My Choice and the Girls Educational & Mentoring Services. This is their hollow attempt to sweep their long history of associating with the notorious child rapist under the rug.

“We will always do our best to improve,” Harvard President Lawrence Bacow said on Friday. “The report issued today describes principled decision-making but also reveals institutional and individual shortcomings that must be addressed — not only for the sake of the university but also in recognition of the courageous individuals who sought to bring Epstein to justice.”

Although Harvard will continue on as if the problem is solved, there remains the possibility that the Harvard staffers who partied with Epstein engaged in lewd sexual acts. There could be many direct collaborators in Epstein’s child sex operation still on the Harvard payroll.

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