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Jeffrey Epstein Kept Harvard Office After 2008 Sex Crimes Conviction

Epstein had donated millions to the university.

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Billionaire sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein maintained wide-ranging access to the campus of Harvard University well after his 2008 conviction for procuring prostitution of a minor, according to new reports following an investigation by the university into the matter.

Epstein had retained his campus office, keycard and phone number following the conviction. The disgraced financier had donated millions of dollars to Harvard starting in 1998, with the university accounting for $9.1 million. University President Lawrence Bacow claims that Harvard refused to accept any donations from Epstein after his 2008 conviction, but admits the school didn’t take action to revoke his campus access.

Epstein is described as having visited the school’s Program for Evolutionary Dynamics more than forty times from 2010 to 2018.

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Martin Nowak, the director of the program- which Epstein had helped found in 2003 with a $6 million donation- allowed Epstein to keep his office and keycard for the program’s building, despite knowing that the financier had been convicted of sex crimes. Nowak has since been placed on paid administrative leave by Harvard.

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Harvard had even admitted Epstein as a visiting fellow in the school’s psychology department in 2005, despite the college dropout having none of the qualifications that academic staff would typically require. Epstein withdrew as a psychology fellow in 2006 following his initial arrest for sexual crimes involving children.

Bacow is pledging that Harvard will implement new procedures to vet and regulate the academic access of donors with questionable personal track records.

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.

America’s elite universities are facing increased skepticism for the unrestricted access they’ve given to questionable Chinese donors and scientific researchers.

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Joe Rogan Confirms “Conspiracy Theorist” Alex Jones Was The First One Warning About Jeffrey Epstein

Jones was talking about Jeffrey Epstein decades ago.

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Podcaster Joe Rogan spoke with Alex Jones on Tuesday, acknowledging that the so-called conspiracy theorist was the first one he could remember speaking about Jeffrey Epstein, even before the infamous and now-deceased pedophile billionaire was arrested on child prostitution charges for the first time in 2006.

Rogan and Jones were speaking about criminal proceedings against Epstein “madame” and alleged accomplice Ghislane Maxwell when Rogan pointed out that Jones was one of the first commentators to sound the alarm on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking activities.

Now, let me right off the bat say… You were telling me about Epstein and this island years ago. You were telling me long before anybody- I think you were even telling me about this before his first arrest!

Jones went on to explain how he learned about supposed elite pedophile rings from Ted Gunderson, a longtime FBI agent who began correspondence with Jones on the topic in the 1990’s.

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Now that the filmmaker and Infowars host has been banned from every single major social media platform, the insight that seems to have led him to to report on Epstein long before the mainstream media caught on to the pedophile’s activities is removed from the de facto digital public square.

Rogan talked with Jones for over three hours in a podcast released Tuesday.

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