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The mysterious case of Jeffrey Epstein

The New York Times describes Epstein as "a hedge fund manager." However, Epstein's company, the blandly named Financial Trust Co., has no website, no record of any transactions, and no filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, strongly suggesting that he has never managed other people's money, as he long claimed.

The second mystery is, if the allegations against Epstein are true—and he admitted to at least some of the charges in a 2008 plea deal in Palm Beach County, Florida—how was he able to carry on for so many years without any significant interference by law enforcement? The current federal charges against Epstein appear to be a direct response to a recent blockbuster series of articles criticizing the federal government's handling of the Epstein case by Julie K. Brown of the Miami Herald.

According to Brown, the feds had the goods on Epstein more than a decade ago, identifying 36 underage victims of sexual abuse. A 53-page federal sex trafficking indictment was prepared, but then it was shelved in favor of a highly unusual Non-Prosecution Agreement (or NPA) that essentially shut down the investigation into Epstein and his wealthy and powerful network of friends. This NPA was approved by Alexander Acosta, the top federal prosecutor in Miami, who later became President Trump's secretary of labor. When asked about the Epstein agreement by Trump's transition team, Acosta explained that he had been told to back off, and that Epstein was above his pay grade: "I was told Epstein belonged to intelligence and to leave it alone."

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'Brownstone Operation' (Honeypot)

TheBigWedding

"The New York Times describes Epstein as "a hedge fund manager." However, Epstein's company, the blandly named Financial Trust Co., has no website, no record of any transactions, and no filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, strongly suggesting that he has never managed other people's money, as he long claimed."

Not only does it appear Epstein ran a 'Brownstone Operation' (Honeypot) for the CIA/MOSSAD/FBI, his 'Hedge Fund' may have been an off-shore money laundering operation for the drug cartels. This sounds like is a classic CIA set-up.

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