Former Wall Street mogul and convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking on Saturday, and some of the world’s most prestigious individuals have to be sweating bullets as a result.
Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie K. Brown, whose newspaper’s reporting was influential in bringing about these new set of charges against Epstein, described what is likely to be unveiled during the upcoming court proceedings in a recent appearance on MSNBC.
“We don’t know how much, how deep this went, how far-reaching it went in government, but there have been a lot of names that I could see on these message pads [listing clients] on a regular basis as part of the evidence,” Brown said.
“These message pads where they would call and leave Epstein messages, such as, ‘I’m at this hotel.’ Why do you do that, unless you’re expecting him to send you a girl to visit you at your hotel? So there are probably quite a few important people, powerful people, who are sweating it out right now. We’ll have to wait and see whether Epstein is going to name names,” she added.
One man who might be particularly concerned is former President Bill Clinton, who reportedly traveled on Epstein’s infamous ‘Lolita Express’ on a stunning 26 separate occasions.
Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s alleged child victims, claims she saw Clinton herself while traveling to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Travel logs reviewed by Fox News indicate that Clinton traveled aboard Epstein’s jet to assorted locales such as Russia, Africa, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, the Azores, China, New York, Norway and Belgium.
Clinton also brought up to 10 secret service agents on board the plane with him while traveling on the Lolita Express, providing federal protection to Epstein’s illicit operation.
Epstein received a slap on the wrist when he was last brought to trial in 2008, after the federal government refused to charge him, only having to serve 13 months of confinement in the Palm Beach County stockade with work release that is usually barred for sex offenders.
In addition to his new charges, a federal appeals court in New York has recently ordered 2000 pages of court documents to be unsealed that are expected to uncover more shocking revelations of clandestine sexual exploits by some of the most powerful government officials, attorneys, academics, and members of the elite establishment.
In addition to Clinton, others who have been implicated as being involved in Epstein’s dealings are Prince Andrew of Great Britain and renowned attorney Alan Dershowitz, who is representing Epstein in the court of law.
Epstein is accused of abusing girls as young as 14 years old, and running a sex trafficking operation for the purposes of blackmail. He is expected to appear in court today for a preliminary hearing.
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