COVER-UP? Jeffrey Epstein’s Visitor Records While Serving Work Release Were Mysteriously Destroyed
The fishy details surrounding Jeffrey Epstein, the child sex predator and prominent Democratic Party donor who died of an alleged suicide earlier this month, continues to get more bizarre by the day, as it becomes more obvious that the paper trail that could connect prominent figures to his illicit sex ring is drying up.
Some information that could have been helpful in creating leads were logs showing who visited Jeffrey Epstein while he was on work release from June 30, 2008, to July 22, 2009. This was the sentence he received after being granted an extremely lenient sentence after pleading guilty on two charges of soliciting underage girls.
It was alleged in three lawsuits filed this week that Epstein’s underage victims were still being transferred to Epstein’s Florida residence while he was serving his sentence on work release. These logs could have provided some clarity as to which associates Epstein was providing with underage prostitutes at that time.
However, that information will never be known to the public – as the logs were mysteriously destroyed by law enforcement. Deputies maintained the records and kept them stored away in a safe so it could be preserved, only to inexplicably eliminate it before it could be properly analyzed by investigators.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office claims that they were adhering to the retention schedules that were prescribed by law, but other records from around that time were kept intact. Thousands of pages of records were released recently, including the name of every deputy assigned to provide Epstein with security as he continued to live his lavish life with the legal repercussions being little more than a formality.
Records show that Epstein was able to spend six days a week at his private office, enjoying regular trips to the chiropractor while on work release. Epstein paid deputies, who wore suits while on the job, for security as the jail often referred to him as a “client” rather than an inmate.
“His financial status lends itself to his being victimized while in custody and as such, he has been placed in special management,” Capt. Mark Chamberlain wrote in an email addressed on the day Epstein reported to jail.
“He is poorly versed in jail routine and society and his adjustment to incarceration will most likely be atypical. For the time being, I am authorizing that his cell door be left unlocked and he be given liberal access to the attorney room where a TV will be installed,” Chamberlain added.
A Senator from the Virgin Islands suspects that evidence was similarly destroyed on Epstein’s former island, Little St. James, where Epstein allegedly flew out the world’s elite for illicit sex parties.
“What’s going on here is what should have happened a long time ago,” U.S. Virgin Islands Sen. Oakland Benta (D) said while appearing on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.
“As a result of all that has transpired, the federal government decided [to investigate] now, whether it’s too late or not — because there have been so many people on the island since Mr. Epstein has been incarcerated and, at the same time, there’s valuable information, evidence-wise, that we may have lost,” he added.
It is likely that countless secrets died with Epstein in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, with so many questions still lingering that may never be answered.