New reports reveal prosecutors are accusing convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who is facing new charges relating to child trafficking, of bribing prosecutors and tampering with witnesses in the days after a bombshell story published by The Miami Herald last November.
Epstein is accused by prosecutors of sending $350,000 to two possible co-conspirators in what the prosecutors say demonstrates a pattern of behavior that has been ongoing since 2002. Epstein was arrested last weekend with new charges of child trafficking, and if convicted faces up to 45 years in prison.
Accused child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein wired a total of $350,000 to a pair of possible co-conspirators just days after the publication of a newspaper story alleging he sexually abused dozens of underage girls, federal prosecutors said Friday.
The prosecutors said the payments, which were made last November after the bombshell Miami Herald story came out, demonstrate Epstein’s willingness to tamper with witnesses.
“This course of action, and in particular its timing, suggests the defendant was attempting to further influence co-conspirators who might provide information against him in light of the recently re-emerging allegations,” the prosecutors wrote in court papers arguing that Epstein should remain behind bars until his trial.
Epstein’s legal defense team attempted to reach a bail agreement for the alleged pedophile today, offering a $77 million bond that would allow Epstein to be released to his New York mansion under house arrest, with the mansion and properties owned by his brother as collateral.
The convicted sex offender maintains that he does not pose a flight risk, despite the fact that he formerly had his own private jet, dubbed the Lolita Express, and his own private island, referred to as Pedophile Island by many.
Prosecutors say Epstein is worth more than $500,000,000, and if released, may continue to his quest to pay off and bribe witnesses.
Earlier today, President Trump made clear that he is “no fan” of Epstein, and urged the press to pursue the names of the high profile Palm Beach socialites who went to events at Epstein’s private island.
The president then suggested members of the press and public look into the high profile individuals who visited Epstein’s private island.
“Now other people, they went all over with him, they went to his island. They went all over the place. He was very well known in Palm Beach,” said the president. “His island, whatever his island was, wherever it is, I was never there.”
“Find out the people that went to the island.”
President Trump then doubled down, rebuking the mainstream media’s narrative that he is somehow an associate of Epstein.
Big League Politics will continue to cover the Epstein case as it develops.
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