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Exposed byJohn Dougan
Interest ofNick Bryant, MintPress News, Amazing Polly, Larry Sanger, The Last American Vagabond, Whitney Webb
DescriptionAn SDS-backed billionaire financial fraudster and sexual blackmailer reportedly suicided in 2019.
Larry Sanger the co-founder of Wikipedia commenting on the 2019 developments of the Epstein affair. Full thread.

The Epstein Affair is centered upon the figure of Jeffrey Epstein, but involves a VIPaedophile ring potentially connecting large swathes of associates whose relevance continues to be minimised by commercially-controlled media.


Zev Shalev, former executive producer for CBS News and journalist at Narativ, recently stated that he had independently confirmed with two unconnected sources “closely connected to the Epstein story and in a position to know” that Epstein had “worked for Israeli military intelligence.”[1][2]

Jeffrey Epstein was a serial financial fraudster who managed billions of dollars for the Deep State. A convicted paedophile and sex addict himself, he hosted lavish parties and arranged for sexual blackmail of high powered friends and contacts. Many factors suggest that he was employed by the Mossad.[3][4][5] Christina Oxenberg, an acquaintance of G. Maxwell and J. Epstein since the early 1990s has written on her Patreon account, that she had a conversation with both in which they related that they: "have everyone on videotape" and Maxwell made helicopter pilot since an additional employee would be: "eyes and ears we don’t need".[6] The trafficking in which both engaged was apparently well known in Washington, since after the death of Epstein, Cindy McCain, wife of Senator John McCain, related: "Epstein was hiding in plain sight. We all knew about him" - "We all knew what he was doing, but we had no one — no legal aspect that would go after him. They were afraid of him. For whatever reason, they were afraid of him".[7]


Alan Dershowitz

Full article: Alan Dershowitz

Alan Dershowitz worked as an attorney for Epstein, and was co-accused by Virginia Roberts. He flew on the Lolita Express and his name appears in Epstein's black book.

Ghislaine Maxwell

Full article: Rated 5/5 Ghislaine Maxwell

After a brief sexual relationship with Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell is widely reported to have become a key part of his sex trafficking operation and a recruiter of underage girls. [8] Robert David Steele amongst other voices alleges that both Ghislaine and her father, Robert Maxwell worked for Mossad.[9]

"Potential co-conspirators" granted immunity

Four named "potential co-conspirators" granted immunity by the 2008 sweatheart plea deal that Alexander Acosta cut Jeffrey Epstein:[10]

  1. Nada Marcinkova (a.k.a. Nadia Marcinko)
  2. Lesley Groff
  3. Adriana Ross
  4. Sarah Kellen (a.k.a. Sarah Kensington.)[11][12]

Andrew Windsor

In the UK, the Epstein connection which garnered the most interest in late 2019 was Andrew Windsor, who was criticised for staying with Epstein after his registration as a sex offender. Multiple photos testify to a relationship between the two.

Epstein's Properties

Jeffrey Epstein held numerous properties throughout the United States and the US Virgin Islands where he participated in human trafficking and participated in sex acts with minors. He also owned a NYC Townhouse valued at $77 million and the largest in the city. Bed Widdicome wrote that "For reasons that have never been explained, Wexner appears to have made a gift of the house to Epstein, transferring title for the cost of $0 around 1996".[14]

Epstein also owned Zorro Ranch in New Mexico and two islands, Little St. James and Great St. James. He reportedly "ferried girls as young as 11 and 12 to St Thomas on private jets then used his own boats and helicopters to get them to his island."[15]

In January 2019, a massive fire took place on the southwest corner of Little St. James.[16] During 2019 extensive renovations have been taking place there, including the renovation of what appear to be several underground "bunkers" that are built into the hillside around Epstein's alleged "temple".[17] It has been reported that new construction initially started on the island of Great St. James.[18]


John Dougan‎ was inside the investigation and fled to Russia with information where he was granted political asylum.[19]

2008 Charge

In 2008 Epstein arranged a plea deal after being arrested for soliciting a minor for sexual contact. His defense lawyers Jay Lefkowitz‎ (and Alan Dershowitz?)[citation needed] agreed a deal with Alexander Acosta which gave a blanket exemption to any associates of Epstein in the affair.

Well informed interview with Whitney Webb for Consortiumnews. The hosts Joe Lauria and Elisabeth Vos are discussing the most recent developments as of August 2019.

2019 Ruling

In February 2019 "a federal judge ruled that the prosecutors working the case broke the law by not notifying Epstein's victims that they were cutting him a plea deal."[20]

After this, former associates moved to distance themselves from Epstein.[citation needed]

2019 Arrest

Epstein was arrested on 6 July 2019 and was charged with sex trafficking conspiracy of minors by the federal government. [21]

Epstein's legal team aggressively pushed to allow their client to stay on house arrest pending trial at his New York townhouse, pledging up to $559 million as collateral to guarantee his cooperation]. [22] Epstein was denied bail pending trial. He was held Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan.

"Suicide attempt"

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On the morning of 23 July 2019, Epstein was found with neck injuries. The official narrative was that he had tried to kill himself. Court papers released in 2020 stated that the Metropolitan Correctional Center staff had "inadvertently" deleted the CCTV of that night.[23]

"Apparent Suicide"

Full article: Jeffrey Epstein/"Suicide"
One comment, reportedly posted to 4Chan 10 minutes before Epstein's death had been publicly announced, was suggesting a body swap had taken place.[24]

The most supine commercially-controlled media outlets hurried to echo the official narrative of an "apparent suicide", without detailing what circumstances gave the appearance of suicide. This was in sharp contrast with independent voices which tended to express high levels of disbelief at the suicide narrative. On 12 August the BBC termed dissent from the official narrative as "wild speculation", concluding with an apparently unrelated quote from Jim Sciutto that "Remember this is about... partisan politics. When I was [there]... folks didn't trust authorities so assumed a plot behind every event."[25] Again on 12 August, CNN referred to it as an "apparent suicide".[26] USA Today wrote on 15 August that "The prison officials who took Jeffrey Epstein off his suicide watch prematurely, relegating him to almost certain death, did not do the prison system and how it handles mental health emergencies any favors. "[27]

"Reported Suicide"

Independent media regarded the claim with scepticism, even disbelief.[28]Russ Baker urged on 10 August that A Little Skepticism is Warranted about the suicide narrative.[29]

2022 Expose by Whitney Webb

In 2022 Whitney Webb published One Nation Under Blackmail - The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein. Beginning in the US in the 1940s, this book traces the history of the milieu that gave rise to the massive financial frauds and the sexual blackmail run by Epstein.


As Whitney Webb points out in One Nation Under Blackmail, Commercially-controlled media has published almost nothing about the financial crimes of Jeffrey Epstein, or his documented connections with other US deep state operatives such as Bill Clinton etc.

Premature deaths

Full article: Epstein Affair/Premature death

As One Nation Under Blackmail details, multiple co-perpetrators who worked with Epstein also ended up dead.


The US Attorney General, Bill Barr, ordered the warden at the time of the Epstein affair, Lamine N'Diaye, be reassigned to a desk job. However, he was instead assigned to a "top job" at FCI Fort Dix, a low-security prison in Burlington County, New Jersey.[30]

See also


Related Quotations

2021“If powerful males having sex with underage girls is not a problem—if there’s no need to identify & prosecute them—then why hold #GhislaineMaxwell responsible for trafficking? If her actions were reprehensible, then what’s the excuse for not punishing the other criminals involved?”Dinesh D'SouzaDecember 2021
2023“Former V.I. Attorney General Denise George, who successfully sued the estate of Jeffrey Epstein and then was summarily fired by Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. in December, has broken her silence in an interview with Britain’s Sunday Times Magazine. In it, she hints that a run for governor may be in her future.

The interview — published Saturday by the Sunday Times, a 600,000-plus circulation newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. — is the first time George has spoken of her efforts to bring Epstein and his alleged accomplices to account, and the fallout from that endeavor. George, who was widely lauded when she won a $105 million lawsuit against the Epstein estate in November — believed to be the largest monetary settlement in the history of the territory — subsequently filed suit for $190 million against his onetime bank, JPMorgan Chase, on Dec. 27 in Manhattan federal court, alleging violations of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.

Bryan fired George four days later, on New Year’s Eve, saying nothing at first but later admitting that he was “blindsided” by the lawsuit that has opened V.I. officials to scrutiny for their dealings with Epstein. That includes Bryan himself, who approved Epstein’s lucrative Economic Development Authority benefits when he was head of the EDA board and has been deposed by JPMorgan’s attorneys, along with a host of other territory officials.”
Sian CobbSeptember 2023
Alexander Acosta“I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone”Alexander Acosta
Joseph Recarey“There were really just two people willing to risk their careers to go after Epstein: Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter and Detective Joseph Recarey... In their first media interviews about the case, Reiter and Recarey revealed new details about the investigation, and how they were, in their view, pressured by then-Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer to downgrade the case to a misdemeanor or drop it altogether.”Julie Brown
Joseph Recarey
3 December 2018
Whitney Webb“Epstein was involved in a lot of things, and not only with underage females. Delving into all the publicly available material on Epstein, investigative journalist Whitney Webb needed two volumes to trace Epstein’s complex and mysterious career. She meticulously reconstructs the elaborate nebula of his connections to the world not just of finance, but also of espionage and crime. Her two volumes were published last year with the title, “One Nation Under Blackmail.”

Given all the chatter the WSJ’s articles have generated, at breakfast this morning I thought it appropriate to raise the question not so much of Epstein’s story itself, but of the way the press responds to the public’s need for information. After reminding Chad of the context, I shared these thoughts with Chad.

“The Journal appears to confirm, though only partially and obliquely, much of what Webb has described. Because of the implications — including the inevitable embarassment for people who have carefully crafted their public image of respectability — the Journal should either release the documents or, as Wikileaks was wont to do, share them with a number of serious newspapers to ensure a minimum level of objectivity and transparency. This story and all its implications are of vital interest to the public in a democracy. What, apart from the commercial interest of owning a scoop, explains the Wall Street Journal’s reluctance to do so?””
Whitney Webb
Peter Isackson
May 2023
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