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July 7, 2019 6:55 am  

yep. And looking at 10-20 years in fed country club. Unfortunately besides being friends w Bill he has been a friend of Donald who may give him a pardon. 


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July 7, 2019 8:45 pm  

Zero chance Trump will pardon this trash.  Anything Trump does gets spun negatively by the MSM and we’re coming into an election.  He also hasn’t pardoned any of his former staff indicating he’s being very pragmatic with the use of pardons. 


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July 8, 2019 8:26 am  

He can afford to buy a good defense so I doubt he'll see more than a year or two in jail. He'll probably offer up some restitution to the "victims" which IMO is what this prosecution is all about. Although his behavior was abhorrent, the "victims" were young adults who knew exactly what they were doing and what was expected of them. No one was complaining when the money was flowing.


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July 8, 2019 11:05 am  

From 2018

The Jeffrey Epstein Scandal


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July 8, 2019 11:57 am  

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Investigators seized nude photographs of underage girls from the Manhattan townhouse of Jeffrey Epstein as part of a new investigation into allegations he exploited dozens of minors for sex, prosecutors revealed on Monday.

That detail was revealed by federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Monday as they made an appeal to other women who may have been abused as girls by Mr. Epstein, who was charged with sex trafficking in an indictment unsealed on Monday.

“They deserve their day in court and we are proud to stand up for them by bringing this indictment,” the United States attorney in Manhattan, Geoffrey Berman, said.

“This conduct, as alleged, went on for years and involved dozens of young girls, some as young as 14,” Mr. Berman added.

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July 8, 2019 11:57 am  

Why is this stuff even on the site?  Love the way you quote 13 to 15 year old girls as "victims."  My grandaughter is close to that age.  Pretty disgusting mindset.  


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July 8, 2019 2:23 pm  

I did say that I thought his behavior was abhorrent. But, no, I don't see them as victims. They knew why they were going there and they wanted the money.


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July 12, 2019 5:22 pm  

An employee who reportedly worked at Jeffrey Epstein's secluded Caribbean island claims the wealthy financier - who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls - kept a mysterious safe inside the main residence.
The revelation comes as Little St. James Island in St. Thomas is going under the microscope in the wake of Epstein's recent arrest. The 66-year-old was known to frequent the lush property in the U.S. Virgin Islands - and the employee, speaking to Bloomberg, suggested that a steel safe inside his office there may have stored more than just cash.
Outside of rare visits by housekeepers, no one - the employee claimed - was allowed to enter the room where that steel safe was said to be located.
Epstein started transforming Little St. James Island after he bought it more than two decades ago — clearing the native vegetation, ringing the property with towering palm trees and planting two massive U.S. flags on either end.

He also built a stone mansion with cream-colored walls and a bright turquoise roof surrounded by several other structures, including the maids' quarters and a massive, square-shaped white building on one end of the island. Workers there, the Associated Press reports, told each other it was a music room fitted with a grand piano and acoustic walls, whose gold dome flew off during the deadly 2017 hurricane season.
The employee that spoke to Bloomberg said when Epstein would visit the property, he would walk around shirtless in shorts and flip-flops, and had a rule that he should never catch sight of the staff that maintained the place.
Sometimes, the employee added, women would sunbathe topless or in the nude around a pool near the island's main residence.
Many people who worked for Epstein on the island told The Associated Press this week that they had signed long non-disclosure agreements, and refused to talk. One former employee who declined to be identified said Epstein once had five boats, including a large ferry in which he transported up to 200 workers from St. Thomas to his island every day for construction.
The man said he saw a handful of young women when he was on Epstein's property but he believed they were older than 18.
"When he was there, it was keep to yourself and do your thing," the man recalled, adding that Epstein paid well and would give away older machinery and surplus including lumber to his employees.
Government documents and ledgers show Little St. James Island was once known as Mingo Cay. In April 1998, a company called L.S.J. LLC bought it for $7.95 million. Additional documents showed that Epstein is the sole member of L.S.J., with his signature reminiscent of an infinity loop.
Epstein later bought neighboring Great St. James Island, which once was popular with locals and tourists for its main attraction, Christmas Cove, a place where you could hang out and order pizza and have it delivered via boat.
"He wasn't well received," recalled Spencer Consolvo, a St. Thomas native who runs a tourist shop near a large marina. "People think he's too rich to be policed properly."

According to public records obtained by the AP, the island was once worth $3 million and owned by a woman who died in a chalet in Switzerland. The island had been divided into parcels and given to three people and was later sold to Epstein.
Federal authorities consider the smaller of the two islands to be Epstein's primary residence in the United States, a place where at least one alleged victim said in a court affidavit that she participated in an orgy, as well as had sex with Epstein and other people. She said she saw former U.S. President Bill Clinton on the island, but that she never saw him having sex with anyone. A Clinton spokesman has issued a statement saying he never visited there.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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July 15, 2019 7:45 am  

his friend trump kicked him out of his club for trying to pick up a 14 year old.  focus on who actually went to the island more than 20 times and not the one who kicked him out of his club 


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July 15, 2019 9:29 am  

Please provide sources on your comments unless you're personally in the know. Coconut telegraph? 

Power, money, sex, blackmail. They were all pigs raping children.


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July 15, 2019 9:30 am  

They were children.


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July 15, 2019 10:41 am  

When was Little St. James known as Mingo Cay? Does the other Mingo Cay know about this? LOL


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July 20, 2019 2:48 pm  

Lots of inaccuracies in that story.

 


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