Se “”””SUICIDA”””” Jeffrey Epstein

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Siempre que ocurren suicidios en contextos como éste, y con personajes de éste tipo, me pregunto si realmente a pasado al otro barrio, o sencillamente le han fabricado otra identidad, incluso con algún retoque de cirugía plástica, y ahora está divinamente en algún lugar retirado. Piensa mal y acertarás.
Pero este sabia demasiado y era mejor eliminarlo para donaldo, bill clinton el príncipe Andrés y demas pillados
 

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Joder estaba pensando justo esta tarde que este tío no debía de ser nadie.
Traducido al mundo de las películas debía de ser la madame de los pederastas y toda clase de perversiones pero para gente muy poderosa.
Tenía que saber la ostia.
Por otra parte este tío no puede tener conciencia. ¿Porque se iba a suicidar?
A menos que fuera o él solito o con ayuda y quizás le hayan dado razones más que buenas para no precisar ayuda.
 

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Epstein no se suicidó.
Fue asesinado para que no hubiera un juicio y los crímenes perversos de una élite psicópata y degenerada no fueran revelados al vulgo. Predije esto el día que fue arrestado y lo dije en Burbuja: "Los días de Jeffrey Epstein están contados..."
Dicho y hecho.
 

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Epstein no se suicidó.
Fue asesinado para que no hubiera un juicio y los crímenes perversos de una élite psicópata y degenerada no fueran revelados al vulgo. Predije esto el día que fue arrestado y lo dije en Burbuja: "Los días de Jeffrey Epstein están contados..."
Dicho y hecho.
Me has ahorrado escribirme acabo de levantar
 

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Por otra parte este tío no puede tener conciencia. ¿Porque se iba a suicidar?
Así es. Los que son unos hijos de puta no se derrumban y arrepienten de lo que han hecho (y encima hasta el punto de matarse) solo porque los han pillado.

Ahora pensemos en la docena de muertos del PP, a las puertas del Juzgado por corrupción, entre suicidios, accidentes y muertes casuales. Tan curioso como el caso de Italia en el que se "suicidaron" 43 personas por corrupción solo en tres años.
 

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pego mi comentario del hilo de cuando epstein "intento suicidarse"

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Pantxin dijo:
Este tema ya es cuestión de fe.
te digo como creo yo que va a acabar y todo muy constitucional

epstein queda libre porque gracias a acosta ya fue condenado por ese mismo crimen (al minimo de condena 13 meses de cadena perpetua que podria haberle caido) (y la constitucion dice que no se puede condenar dos veces por el mismo delito) y todos respiran tranquilos

o se "suicida" y todos respiran tranquilos

They just waddle around with their pants down, grabbing everything they see and putting it in their mouths, even if it's a part of your anatomy. They get into fights for no reason and end up crying and hugging. Then they just go on slurring unintelligible nonsense, until they pass out wherever the feel like it. They're like... They're like... British tourists.
 

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Buenas noticias para Clinton y demás promotores de la pedofilia como parte del MARXISMO cultural.

Teorías sobre muerte de Epstein vinculan a Clinton | ELIMPARCIAL.COM

trump esta mucho mas pillado en lo de epstein

la nra y sus costumbres...............

sabian que si algo salia a la luz adios a su marioneta y como ya se han cargado a los kennedy que estaban a favor del control de armas y demas familiares suyos , la ultima una sobrina que era famosa por su lucha por el control de armas



El hispano nominado por Trump frente al caso del lobo de Wall Street que abusó de menores


http://thememoryhole2.org/blog/doe-v-trump











Everything we know about Trump's connection to financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was charged with sex trafficking




Confirman que Trump es testigo en un caso de pedofilia que involucra a un billonario

Justo cuando creíamos que no había nada que podía sorprendernos aún más del presidente Donald Trump, se confirma que el magnate está en una lista de testigos para un juicio civil de pedofilia queinvolucra al multimillonario Jeffrey Epstein y un abogado que lo demandó por “persecución maliciosa"

De acuerdo a información publicada porLaw Newz, el abogado de Florida, Jack Scarola, informó que el presidente “ha sido identificado como un individuo que puede tener información relacionada con estas acusaciones”. Aunque también adelantó que es poco probable que alguna vez sea llamado a comparecer en juicio “especialmente ahora que ha asumido la presidencia”.


Scarola aseguró que tenían evidencia de que al menos uno de los ahora antiguos empleados en el club Mar-a-Lago de Trump fueron reclutados por el agente de Epstein para involucrarse en la red de pedofilia.


“Trump y Epstein han reconocido que eran amigos, que han socializado juntos. Tenemos razones para creer que Trump fue un invitado en la casa de Epstein durante el período de tiempo en que Epstein estaba involucrado en abuso sexual “explicó Scarola.

Lo más intrigante del caso es que Jeffrey Epstein obtuvo un trato “demasiado” amable del entonces fiscal de Miami, Alex Acosta, quien ahora es candidato de Trump para convertirse en secretario de Trabajo de Estados Unidos, para la Casa Blanca. Epstein fue condenado a solo 13 meses de prisión por violar a 40 jóvenes menores de edad durante sus fiestas sexuales.
Aún cuando, lo más probable, es que el presidente Donald Trump jamás sea llamado a comparecer en el juicio, su vínculo con un pedófilo confirmado, su ya manchada reputación se sigue viendo afectada.

Trump acusado de pedófilo tras comentarios sobre niña menor de edad

Acusan a Donald Trump de violar a una niña de 13 años

Everything we know about Trump's connection to financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was charged with sex trafficking














A suit alleging that Trump knowingly raped a 13-year-old in Epstein's Manhattan residence was filed in 2016, but was then voluntarily dismissed by the anonymous Jane Doe accuser.
The complaint, brought against Trump and Epstein, alleges that the victim attended multiple parties at Epstein's residence in the summer of 1994 that Trump also attended. An anonymous witness claimed to be an employee of Epstein.
The plaintiff alleged that she "was enticed by promises of money and a modeling career to attend a series of parties, with other similarly situated minor females" at Epstein's Manhattan residence. Trump was said to have attended at least four of the same parties, and to have knownthe plaintiff was 13-years-old, since he knew her for the previous 7 years, too.
The document alleges that Trump repeatedly initiated sexual contact with the plaintiff, then on the fourth encounter at one of Epstein's parties, tied her to a bed, exposed himself, and "forcibly raped" her.
"During the course of this savage sexual attack, Plaintiff loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop but with no effect," the document alleges. "Defendant Trump responded to Plaintiff's pleas by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted."
The plaintiff further alleged that Epstein raped her after Trump, and that both told her she and her family would be killed if she ever revealed the details of what had happened. Trump and Epstein denied the accusations. One attorney said the unnamed accuser backed out due to threats.
That Manhattan residence is located at 9 East 71st Street in the Upper East Side, and is one of the largest townhouses in the city, with somewhere between 21,000 and 50,000 square feet and 7 and 9 stories, with at least 40 rooms.

El administrador de fondos de cobertura evadió cargos similares hace más de una década, cuando logró un acuerdo con fiscales federales en Miami. En lugar de enfrentar cargos federales, Epstein se declaró culpable de dos cargos estatales de prostitución, en 2008, y cumplió solo 13 meses de prisión. También se registró como delincuente sexual y pagó restitución a las víctimas identificadas por el FBI.
Pero ese arreglo ha sido sometido a un intenso escrutinio en los últimos meses como resultado de una investigación del diario Miami Herald que examinó cómo fue manejado el caso por el entonces fiscal federal Alexander Acosta, quien ahora se desempeña como secretario de trabajo en el gabinete del presidente Donald Trump.
El lunes, los abogados de Epstein dijeron en el tribunal que el acuerdo de no procesamiento sería la pieza central de su defensa.
“Para nosotros, esta acusación es esencialmente una repetición”, dijo un abogado de Epstein, Reid Weingarten. “Esto fue investigado por los federales en Florida”.
La investigación del diario señala que Acosta le dio a Epstein el “mejor trato de su vida” a pesar de tratarse de una investigación federal que identificó a 36 víctimas menores de edad. El acuerdo, dijo el diario, “esencialmente cerró una investigación en curso del FBI” y otorgó inmunidad a “posibles co-conspiradores” en el caso.
En febrero, un juez federal de Florida dictaminó que el Departamento de Justicia violó la ley al no consultar con las víctimas de Epstein sobre el acuerdo.
El lunes, en una conferencia de prensa, el fiscal Berman y el subdirector del FBI a cargo William F. Sweeney Jr. citaron los informes publicados por el Miami Herald en noviembre pasado para ayudar a presentar el caso


The case against billionaire financier and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who was arrested Saturday night on charges of sex trafficking underage girls, could potentially involve several big names, among them two presidents. The connections between Epstein and Donald Trump, opinion writer and Trump biographer Timothy L. O'Brien writes, should be "a worry" for the president.

On Saturday, the FBI-NYPD Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested Epstein on charges connected to the alleged sex trafficking of dozens of minors between 2002 and 2005, The Daily Beast reported Sunday. As detailed by the Miami Herald last year, Epstein infamously received only a slap on the wrist from the feds in 2008 after pleading guilty to "one count of solicitation of prostitution and one count of solicitation of prostitution with a minor under the age of 18," avoiding jail time despite a slew of allegations. In February, a Palm Beach judge ruled that deal unconstitutional; now, the billionaire investor faces up to 45 years in prison.
Amid the reports on the case against Epstein, Donald Trump's name has come up repeatedly, with O'Brien, who wrote the Trump biography "TrumpNation" in 2005, leading the way in emphasizing the alleged connections.
In response to The New York Times' report on the arrest of Epstein, O'Brien tweeted a quote from Trump in 2002 that has since found its way into several reports: "I've known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side," Trump told New York Magazine for a rather flattering and intriguing Epstein profile piece published in October 2002.
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In an op-ed for Bloomberg Monday, O'Brien elaborates on why the "Epstein arrest is a worry for Donald Trump." Among the famous names reported by the Miami Herald's Julie Brown, O'Brien notes, are: "A former president, Bill Clinton; the U.K.’s Prince Andrew; powerhouse attorneys such as Alan Dershowitz, Kenneth Starr, and Roy Black; and business contacts such as Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the late publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, and Leslie Wexner, the owner of retailer Victoria’s Secret. Several years ago, Gawker published a copy of Epstein’s address book and it was packed with marquee names from Hollywood, Wall Street and Washington. Trump’s name was among them, too."
While Trump being mentioned among a long list of power players isn't surprising, O'Brien writes, "Trump was more than just a casual acquaintance of Epstein":
The financier was a member of Trump’s Palm Beach club, Mar-a-Lago, and the men dined at one another’s homes. Trump flew on Epstein’s plane at least once. According to Brown, Epstein is quoted in court papers as saying he wanted to set up his modeling agency – which prosecutors believe he used to get access to underage girls – “the same way Trump set up his modeling agency.”
Although a court filing says Mar-a-Lago eventually dumped Epstein from its ranks after he approached an underage girl there, Trump has generally spoken about Epstein fondly – to me and to others. “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy,” Trump told New York magazine in 2002. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.”
New York Magazine's 2002 profile of Epstein offers a slightly longer verison of Trump's description of Epstein: "I've known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it – Jeffrey enjoys his social life."
The profile piece also features a flattering quote from Clinton's team, which praised Epstein as a "committed philanthropist":
"Jeffrey is both a highly successful financier and a committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of twenty-first-century science," Clinton says through a spokesman. "I especially appreciated his insights and generosity during the recent trip to Africa to work on democratization, empowering the poor, citizen service, and combating HIV/AIDS."
Epstein likewise had a lot of complimentary things to say about Clinton, whom he celebrated as "the world’s greatest politician."
"I invest in people – be it politics or science. It’s what I do," Epstein reportedly told friends, and one of those people was Clinton. "If you were a boxer at the downtown gymnasium at 14th Street and Mike Tyson walked in, your face would have the same look as these foreign leaders had when Clinton entered the room. He is the world’s greatest politician," he said.



The financier's past includes him bragging about his "collection" of famous friends, which include President Donald Trump, who said he'd known Epstein for "fifteen years" in a 2002 New York Magazine profile.

"Terrific guy," Trump told New York Magazine in 2002. "He's a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

Here are all the known connections between Trump and Epstein.

Trump's Labor Secretary was the federal prosecutor who signed Epstein's unconstitutional 2008 plea deal
Trump's strongest line to the case at hand is his association with Alexander Acosta, who he hand-picked to be his Labor Secretary in 2017. Acosta formerly worked as a federal prosecutor in Miami, where he signed the 2008 secret plea deal that allowed Epstein to avoid federal prosecution and serve limited jail time.


During Acosta's Senate confirmation hearing for his Cabinet position, he was questioned about the secret Epstein plea deal, which a Palm Beach district judge ruled unconstitutional in February, because it violated the Crime Victims' Rights Act.

"We decided [...] that Mr. Epstein should plead guilty to two years, register as a sexual offender and concede liability so the victims could get restitution," Acosta said in response to Senator Tim Kaine asking if he approved the deal despite opposition from prosecutors in his office. "If that were done, the federal interest would be satisfied and we would defer to the state."

Acosta isn't the only high-ranking member of Trump's administration with a direct tie to Epstein. Attorney General William Barr said in his confirmation hearings that he might recuse himself on overseeing matters related to Epstein.

Barr's reasoning was that he formerly served as counsel to Washington, DC law firm Kirkland & Ellis - the same law firm that Acosta worked at with Epstein's attorney, Jay Lefkowitz, before the two agreed on his 2008 plea deal. Barr's father also reportedly hired Epstein as a math teacher at Manhattan's elite K-12 Dalton school.
 

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An alleged victim said that Epstein's network reached out to her while she was working at Mar-a-Lago
At least one accuser was working at Trump's Mar-a-Lago when they were allegedly recruited into Epstein's supposed sex trafficking operation, according to documents filed in a 2015 civil suit.


Virginia Giuffre filed a civil suit against Epstein's reported former girlfriend, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, in 2015, accusing Maxwell of recruiting her into " sexual slavery" as a 15-year-old in 1999. She then worked as a locker room attendant at Mar-a-Lago, which Epstein and Maxwell allegedly frequented, and she claims Maxwellapproached her while she was working at Trump's resort to recruit her into giving Epstein a massage.

A photo from 2000 shows Trump, First Lady Melania Trump (then Melania Knauss), Epstein, and Maxwell at the resort together. The photo at the top of the page is of the two together in Palm Beach in 1997.

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From left, American real estate developer Donald Trump and his girlfriend (and future wife), former model Melania Knauss, financier (and future convicted sex offender) Jeffrey Epstein, and British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell pose together at the Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, February 12, 2000.Davidoff Studios/Getty ImagesEpstein noted Trump's contact information in his infamous "black book" and let Trump use his private jet
Trump and Epstein were neighbors in Palm Beach, and they went todinner parties at each other's houses.


Trump's name and contact information also appear in Epstein's "black book" that kept track of his friends and associates.

A Gawker writer obtained Epstein's black book in 2015, after it "turned up in court proceedings" following Epstein's former house manager, Alfredo Rodriguez's, attempt to sell it in 2009. Rodriguez circled about 50 entries in the book, including Trump's, although the significance of the circles is not known, and Rodriguez died in 2014.

Before his death, Rodriguez did describe the book as the "Holy Grail" to unraveling Epstein's alleged sex trafficking operation, and he tried to sell it for $50,000 to an attorney who sued Epstein on behalf of alleged victims. Rodriguez was then charged with obstruction of justice and served an 18-month prison sentence.

In Trump's entry, which Gawker redacted identifying information from, both his New York and Palm Beach addresses are listed, along with 14 phone numbers, including at least two of "Milania's" numbers, a person identified as "Howard Wilson Houseman," "Trump Security," and a person identified as "Norma direct emergency contact," who was likely Trump's now-deceased longtime executive assistant.

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The entry for Donald Trump as it appears in Jeffrey Epstein's "black book" that was published by Gawker in 2015.Screenshot Gawker/Nick Bryant
Miami Herald reporter Julie Brown noted in an interview with MSNBC that Trump also took advantage of Epstein's private jet, though perhaps not as much as Epstein's other associates, "because, you know, Trump had his own plane."


"But they had a lot of social relationships," Brown, who exposed the ramifications of Epstein's secret plea deal, told MSNBC. "And the other interesting thing is Trump had a modeling agency, and Epstein also had a stake in a modeling agency, which they suspect he used to bring in underage girls from overseas."

"There is a comment in one of the court files where Epstein is quoted as saying, 'I want to set up my modeling agency the same way Trump set up his modeling agency,'" Brown continued. "I don't know what that means, but it is curious he was trying to do something similar to Trump."

In 2015, a Gawker writer reached out to Trump about his name appearing in Epstein's black book. A spokesperson for Trumpresponded with "Mr. Trump only knew Mr. Epstein as Mr. Trump owns the hottest and most luxurious club in Palm Beach, [redacted], and Mr. Epstein would go there on occasion."


Trump was once accused of raping a 13-year-old girl at Epstein's Manhattan residence, but the case was dismissed
A suit alleging that Trump knowingly raped a 13-year-old in Epstein's Manhattan residence was filed in 2016, but was then voluntarily dismissed by the anonymous Jane Doe accuser.


The complaint, brought against Trump and Epstein, alleges that the victim attended multiple parties at Epstein's residence in the summer of 1994 that Trump also attended. An anonymous witness claimed to be an employee of Epstein.

The plaintiff alleged that she "was enticed by promises of money and a modeling career to attend a series of parties, with other similarly situated minor females" at Epstein's Manhattan residence. Trump was said to have attended at least four of the same parties, and to have known the plaintiff was 13-years-old, since he knew her for the previous 7 years, too.

The document alleges that Trump repeatedly initiated sexual contact with the plaintiff, then on the fourth encounter at one of Epstein's parties, tied her to a bed, exposed himself, and "forcibly raped" her.

"During the course of this savage sexual attack, Plaintiff loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop but with no effect," the document alleges. "Defendant Trump responded to Plaintiff's pleas by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted."


The plaintiff further alleged that Epstein raped her after Trump, and that both told her she and her family would be killed if she ever revealed the details of what had happened. Trump and Epstein denied the accusations. One attorney said the unnamed accuser backed out due to threats.

That Manhattan residence is located on East 71st Street in the Upper East Side, and is one of the largest townhouses in the city, with somewhere between 21,000 and 50,000 square feet and 7 and 9 stories, with at least 40 rooms. Federal prosecutors are currently seeking the forfeiture of Epstein's Manhattan mansion, where investigators havealready found "hundreds" of nude photos of apparently underage girls.

Trump reportedly once hosted an exclusive party at Mar-a-Lago with Epstein and "28 girls"
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Mar-a-Lago from the airJohn Raedle/Getty Images
A former Trump associate told The New York Times that Trump and Epstein were once the only other attendees at a Mar-a-Lago party with more than two dozen women.


Former Trump associate George Houraney told The Times that the women were flown into Palm Beach, Florida, in 1992 for a "calendar girl" competition at Trump's request.

"At the very first party, I said, 'Who's coming tonight? I have 28 girls coming,'" Houraney said. "It was him and Epstein."

He added: "I said: 'Donald, this is supposed to be a party with VIPs. You're telling me it's you and Epstein?'"

Houraney said he apparently warned Trump about Epstein on another occasion.

"Look, Donald, I know Jeff really well, I can't have him going after younger girls," Houraney recalled telling Trump. "He said: 'Look I'm putting my name on this. I wouldn't put my name on it and have a scandal.'"

Trump spoke enthusiastically about his relationship with Epstein until recently
In the 1990s and early 2000s, Epstein and Trump were photographed together and attended the same dinner parties, according to The Times.

"I've known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy," Trump told New York magazine in 2002. "He's a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."

But after Epstein was arrested on sex-trafficking charges on July 6, Trump distanced himself from the financier.

Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office on July 9, Trump said he knew Epstein "like everybody in Palm Beach knew him," according to the New York Times.

"I had a falling out with him. I haven't spoken to him in 15 years. I was not a fan of his, that I can tell you," he said.