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Jeffrey Epstein Arrested for Sex Trafficking of Minors

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Why It’s Really Bad for Epstein He’s Being Prosecuted by SDNY’s Public Corruption Unit
by Alberto Luperon | 11:13 am, July 7th, 2019

https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/why-its-really-bad-for-epstein-hes-being-prosecuted-by-sdnys-public-corruption-unit/

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A few things about this stuck out to criminal defense lawyer and Law&Crime trial analyst Gene Rossi. First and foremost, it’s “extremely bad news” for Epstein that the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York is involved.

“They don’t play nice,” Rossi told Law&Crime in a phone interview Sunday.

Also, it means that other charges are possible. It could mean money laundering, public corruption, or tax-related charges.

“Who knows?” he said. “The sky’s the limit.”

He said it would be a surprise if the case only involved the sex trafficking charges.

The SDNY in part describes the unit as generally investigating crimes of bribery, embezzlement, and frauds committed against local, state, and federal government agencies.

Epstein famously made his wealth as a banker, and his status got him rubbing elbows with Bill Clinton, and Donald Trump back in the day.

The defendant was convicted in Florida court in 2008 for solicitation of prostitution and procurement of minors for prostitution, but The Miami Herald reported last year that the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida, then run by current U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta, reached a non-prosecution agreement with Epstein, in exchange for the defendant pleading guilty in state court. Victims were kept in the dark about this, and alleged co-conspirators were given immunity. A federal judge ruled in February that prosecutors broke the law by doing this. Prosecutors, however, said there’s no legal basis for victims to invalidate the agreement.

In any case, that’s apparently not something that the SDNY has to worry about. They can sidestep that entire controversy.

Rossi, a former federal prosecutor out of the Eastern District of Virginia, pointed out that non-prosecution letters like that only bind the office that made it. In Epstein’s case, prosecutors could likely look at things that allegedly happened in New York, where Epstein had a home at the time of the alleged incidents.
 

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https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/criminal-division

The Public Corruption Unit works, in close partnership with the FBI and other federal, state and city investigative agencies to maintain and protect the integrity of all levels of government. The unit oversees the investigation and prosecution of corruption crimes committed by elected and appointed officials, government employees, and individuals and companies doing business with the city, state, and federal government. Corruption crimes investigated by the unit include bribery, embezzlement, and frauds committed against local, state, and federal government agencies.
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U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman Speaks at Department of Investigation Anti-Corruption Conference
New York, NY ~ Friday, June 8, 2018

https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/speech/us-attorney-geoffrey-s-berman-speaks-department-investigation-anti-corruption

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Our public corruption unit is the biggest than it’s ever been – we have 19 Assistant United States Attorneys who have a passion and commitment to ferreting out corruption and fraud without fear or favor.

The PC unit also has its own dedicated criminal investigators and paralegals who are instrumental in helping to make these cases.

Second, partnerships.

As I said at the outset, it is critical for us to work hand-in-glove with our law enforcement partners.

We’ve been able to keep making great cases because we are able to partner with the best law enforcement agencies in the world, including DOI, the FBI, numerous IGs offices and other agencies that I see here today.

The commitment of our partners to making these cases – to following the money, to deciphering complicated paper trails, to flipping witnesses, to using the most sophisticated law enforcement tools like wire taps and email search warrants – has been absolutely critical to our ability to build these cases successfully.

Third, creativity and persistence.

It takes every arrow in our law enforcement quiver to build these cases.

So over the years, as these defendants have become more sophisticated, so have we.

We’ve increasingly been able to use the tools once reserved for narcotics and organized crime prosecutions to ferret out corruption, including wire taps, surveillance, informants and cooperators.

And in the public corruption sphere in particular, email search warrants have also provided us with a gold mine of evidence against these types of defendants.

No matter how careful they are, corrupt officials can’t be totally off the grid, and they usually slip up over email and text.

There also needs to be a “never-give-up” attitude.

We have a culture that says, go where the facts take you, and follow every dollar.

At our Office, the philosophy is to be as tenacious at the end of the case as we are in the beginning, as committed to justice when we write the last appeals brief as we were when we served the first subpoena.
 

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He will somehow get sent to serve his sentence in the nearest juvenile detention center for 20 years right after his sex change operation.
 

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Anyone want to bet whether Anthony Weiner's hard drive appears in the evidence?
 

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I hope this puts an end to the "Epstein will bring down Trump" bullshit. Connect the dots and it will make sense. Trump has been planning this for a long time.

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ENDGAME : POTUS Trump's Vindication Nears
Leftists have long alleged that Donald Trump has conducted crimes with the mafia, as well as with Russian oligarchs. What they can never explain is why Trump has never been indicted. As REX explains, there may be a reason for that. And in 2019, it's all connected to POTUS Trump's masterful takedown of The Swamp.

[SPOILER: DJT was deep cover FBI informant v. organized crime / DS since [at least] 1981]

Sauce: https://www.quodverum.com/2019/03/75/endgame-potus-trump-s-vindication-nears.html
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Trump: "Lot of Problems" speaking of BC and Epstein Island.

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/watch-donald-trump-predicts-justice-for-jeffrey-epstein-at-cpac-2015/


Prosecutor in 2009 Epstein Case Said Donald Trump Was the ONLY ONE Who Helped Him

"The only thing that I can say about President Trump is that he is the only person who, in 2009 when I served a lot of subpoenas on a lot of people, or at least gave notice to some pretty connected people, that I want to talk to them, is the only person who picked up the phone and said, let’s just talk. I’ll give you as much time as you want. I’ll tell you what you need to know, and was very helpful, in the information that he gave, and gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever, but had good information. That checked out and that helped us and we didn’t have to take a deposition of him in 2009."

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/07/prosecutor-in-2009-epstein-case-said-donald-trump-was-the-only-one-who-helped-him/
 

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It on the radio............... but no mention of his killinton ties......

Can the msm keep telling half truths or are they starting to report their version of it to seem ligit?
 

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MCC in New York......

How great would it be to see this maggot in cuffs and shackles being peeped walked into Court......

No sleep for you tonight you maggot..
No bourbon to sip , no phone , no swimming pool....


Most prisoners held at MCC New York have pending cases in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. MCC New York also holds prisoners serving brief sentences.[1]

The Los Angeles Times stated that the prison is often referred to as the "Guantanamo of New York",[2] and The New York Times stated that its administrative segregation units had severe security measures.[3]

The correctional center is housed in a 12-story high-rise building located at 150 Park Row in the Civic Center neighborhood. As of Feb. 1 2017, it had 796 inmates, both male and female. [6]

In an article published on April 5, 2011, Jim Dwyer of the New York Times described the experience of an inmate being transferred from the facility to the federal court across the street: A prisoner going to court from the Metropolitan Correctional Center is presented to federal marshals in the basement of the building. Shackled at the ankles, chained at the waist and cuffed at the hands, the prisoner hop-marches through a tunnel nearly 40 feet (12 meters) below the street. The prisoner and escorts go through channels, or corridors, with electronic doors at each end. These are controlled remotely by officers who watch the journey through cameras. More prominent prisoners, who need to be segregated from the general prison population, are housed in the 10-South Wing, which is noted for severely confining conditions.[7][8]

During this passage from jail to court, only the marshals and the people in the surveillance stations are allowed to look at the prisoner. Once they have reached the north end of the tunnel, they wait for the prisoner elevator. Inside is a locked cage that the prisoner stands in for the ride up to the courthouse cells.[9]


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Doesn't NYC house many of Trump's enemies? How do we know this isn't just another charade being played for us while the nice NYC police officer, OOOPS.....leaves the back door opened and Jeffie escapes? We wait and see I guess.
 

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Doesn't NYC house many of Trump's enemies? How do we know this isn't just another charade being played for us while the nice NYC police officer, OOOPS.....leaves the back door opened and Jeffie escapes? We wait and see I guess.
Come on Shooty!

How about just a glimmer of hope?

There is a new sheriff in town.

Just think of how long it took to put together this particular case, and the indictment has yet to be unsealed.

No leaks. Otherwise he never would have boarded that flight from Paris to NY.

Given what WE know about Epstein, imagine how much the feds have on him.

Now we watch as he gives up the BIG FISH to save his own ass.

A puke like Epstein will do ANYTHING to save his own skin.

Think of all the incriminating videos he has produced.
 
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Come on Shooty!

How about just a glimmer of hope?

There is a new sheriff in town.

Just think of how long it took to put together this particular case, and the indictment has yet to be unsealed.

No leaks. Otherwise he never would have boarded that flight from Paris to NY.

Given what WE know about Epstein, imagine how much the feds have on him.

Now we watch as he gives up the BIG FISH to save his own ass.

A puke like Epstein will do ANYTHING to save his own skin.

Think of all the incriminating videos he has produced.
I'm more interested in seeing things being done rather than being told what's going to happen. I'll sit comfortably watching and waiting for that OH shit moment. Haven't really got it yet. This guy is just a key. Let's see if he opens Pandora's Box or not!
 

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Christine Pelosi warns it's 'quite likely that some of our faves are implicated' in 'horrific' Epstein case

This raging Liberal daughter of Nancy is no Trmp fan so look out below libbies!

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Christine Pelosi warns it's 'quite likely that some of our faves are implicated' in 'horrific' Epstein case

This raging Liberal daughter of Nancy is no Trmp fan so look out below libbies!

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Probably the only time in my life that I will agree with every word a Pelosi puts on Twitter....
 

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Epstein will get out on bail and turn up dead over the next few months. He has a target on his back!
Yes, he does have a target on his back. He almost certainly has solid evidence that he has used to blackmail powerful figures, and some kind of dead-man switch to insure his survival. I am thinking of the nuclear war deterrent called "mutually assured destruction". If they destroy him, his hidden assets will destroy them. It will surely be interesting to watch powerful players fight each other for survival.
 

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I am taking my usual stand of expecting nothing but being pleasantly surprised IF something comes out of all this.

I've been called cynical, sardonic, doubtful, skeptical, distrustful, and even pessimistic.

All I can do is rate these types of occurrences from the experiences I've seen in the past. And I prefer to think of myself as a sound thinking, pragmatic, realist.

Would I love to see a shyt storm like we've never seen before taking down some of the biggest names in politics, entertainment and sports? You're damn right I would. Do I expect it? No, not in a million years.
 

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Right there with you, JayDubya...
 

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Hmmm. This might be the perfect storm. . . . .
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A bunch of high profile past and present politicians get blown out of the water when this guy talks (IMO he already did) and they can't blame President Trump for it. That would work, folks.

EDIT: And nance pelosi did just make a deal that pissed off her leftist underlings.


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Epstein's non-prosecution agreement with the Feds was found to be violating Fed Law



BOOM!

"He signed a non-prosecution agreement with the Feds. Now, just this year, that non-prosecution agreement was found to be violating Fed Law, which opens the door to these new charges..Now may be the time to roll over on people and who knows what type of people may be involved…"

https://twitter.com/M2Madness/status/1147988247269859339
 

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Hmmm. This might be the perfect storm. . . . . View attachment 135637

A bunch of high profile past and present politicians get blown out of the water when this guy talks (IMO he already did) and they can't blame President Trump for it. That would work, folks.

EDIT: And nance pelosi did just make a deal that pissed off her leftist underlings.


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I get the cynicism from you guys...I understand where you are coming from.

If I had to guess....I would guess that you guys are idealists that have been burned too many times in life and have a very jaundiced view of life as a result...just a guess and I might be totally wrong.

But - I do think this is really happening...FINALLY...

Think about all the things that are on deck...ready to go.

FISA
Horowitz
DECLAS
Huber - Clinton Foundation
Epstein
Assange

All the things that Q has been talking about are in the queue.

If I didnt know any better - I would think there was a plan or something that I should be trusting in...
 

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Hmmm. This might be the perfect storm. . . . . View attachment 135637

A bunch of high profile past and present politicians get blown out of the water when this guy talks (IMO he already did) and they can't blame President Trump for it. That would work, folks.

EDIT: And nance pelosi did just make a deal that pissed off her leftist underlings.


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I'm all for the left self-destructing....I encourage it every day.
 

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I get the cynicism from you guys...I understand where you are coming from.

If I had to guess....I would guess that you guys are idealists that have been burned too many times in life and have a very jaundiced view of life as a result...just a guess and I might be totally wrong.

But - I do think this is really happening...FINALLY...

Think about all the things that are on deck...ready to go.

FISA
Horowitz
DECLAS
Huber - Clinton Foundation
Epstein
Assange

All the things that Q has been talking about are in the queue.

If I didnt know any better - I would think there was a plan or something that I should be trusting in...
I'm not being cynical, I'm being cautious. There's a difference! Not buying into what everyone 'thinks' is going to happen hook line and sinker is not being cynical.

All of the things you say sound really really good. I'm going to be cautiously optimistic, watch and listen!
 

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I'm not being cynical, I'm being cautious. There's a difference! Not buying into what everyone 'thinks' is going to happen hook line and sinker is not being cynical.

All of the things you say sound really really good. I'm going to be cautiously optimistic, watch and listen!
One of these days my friend you are going to realize that I always...ALWAYS...give you good information that is as carefully vetted as I can...and when I am interjecting my own opinion - I try to state it as such - with disclaimers as necessary...
 

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Here is an interview with one of the prosecutors in the 2009 case saying Trump was the ONLY person who assisted them in their case against Epstein (Start at the 5:00 mark):

 

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Here is an interview with one of the prosecutors in the 2009 case saying Trump was the ONLY person who assisted them in their case against Epstein (Start at the 5:00 mark):

My impression (which may be mistaken) is that he is a private attorney that was pursuing civil litigation - not a prosecutor...

Is there any validation that this guy in the interview was in fact a prosecutor and not a private attorney?
 

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A Timeline of the Jeffery Epstein Case
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2005
March:
A 14-year-old girl and her parents report that Jeffrey Epstein molested her at a mansion in Palm Beach. She said a female acquaintance and classmate at Royal Palm Beach High School had taken her to the house to give him a massage in exchange for money.

April: Palm Beach police begin trash pulls at Epstein’s home, discovering a telephone message for Epstein with the girl’s name on it, and a time that matched the time that she told police she was there. They find the names and phone numbers of other girls on message slips in his trash.

October: With the police probe in full swing, one of Epstein’s assistants calls one of the girls just as she is being questioned by police. Investigators begin interviewing more girls, as well as Epstein’s butlers, who tell them that Epstein had frequent visits from girls throughout the day. On Oct. 20, they execute a search warrant at his house on El Brillo Way in Palm Beach.

2006
May:
Police sign a probable cause affidavit charging Epstein and two of his assistants with multiple counts of unlawful sex acts with a minor. The Palm Beach state attorney, Barry Krischer, instead refers the case to a grand jury.

June: The grand jury, after hearing from only one girl, returns an indictment of one count of solicitation of prostitution. The charge does not reflect that the victim in question and others were minors.

July: Epstein’s powerhouse legal team tries to negotiate a deal with the State Attorney’s Office. Lawyers discuss a deferred prosecution in which Epstein would enter a pretrial intervention program and serve no jail time.

July: After pressure from the Palm Beach police chief, the FBI opens a federal investigation, dubbed “Operation Leap Year.’’ Documents list the possible crime as “child prostitution.’’

November: The FBI begins interviewing potential witnesses and victims from Florida, New York and New Mexico.

2007
May:
As the U.S. Attorney’s Office prepares to present the case to a federal grand jury, Epstein’s attorneys request a meeting to discuss the investigation.

June: A 53-page indictment is prepared by the U.S. Attorney’s Office as, simultaneously, plea negotiations are initiated with Epstein’s legal team.

July: Grand jury subpoenas are issued for Epstein’s computers, which were apparently removed from his Palm Beach home prior to the police search.

August: The U.S. attorney in Miami, Alexander Acosta, enters into direct discussions about the plea agreement; a motion to compel production of Epstein’s computers is delayed.

September: Federal prosecutors draw up several federal plea agreements that are rejected by Epstein and his attorneys. Epstein signs a non-prosecution agreement on Sept. 24, but his attorneys continue to delay his court appearance.

October: With the non-prosecution agreement still being debated, Acosta meets with Epstein lawyer Jay Lefkowitz at the West Palm Beach Marriott on Okeechobee Road to discuss finalizing a deal. Among the terms agreed upon: that the victims would not be notified, that the deal would be kept under seal and all grand jury subpoenas would be canceled.

November: Epstein’s lawyers object to an addendum to the agreement. The provision called for a special master to appoint an attorney to represent Epstein victims’ rights to civil compensation.

December: The two sides continue to debate the addendum. Epstein attorney Kenneth Starr asks for a review of the agreement by the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, further delaying its execution. Victims are told the investigation is continuing.

2008
January:
Epstein attorney, Lefkowitz, calls Acosta, telling him his client will not go through with the agreement because it requires him to register as a sex offender.

February: With the plea negotiations and the Justice Department review still in limbo, the FBI continues its probe, locating more witnesses and evidence.

March: Preparations are made for a new federal grand jury presentation. In court documents, the U.S. Attorney’s Office notes that Epstein’s victims are being harassed by his lawyers, who are not specifically named.

May: The Justice Department issues finding that, if a plea deal is not reached, Epstein can be federally prosecuted.

June: Epstein’s lawyers revisit plea negotiations, and on June 30, Epstein appears in a Palm Beach County courtroom. He pleads guilty to state charges: one count of solicitation of prostitution and one count of solicitation of prostitution with a minor under the age of 18. He is sentenced to 18 months in jail, followed by a year of community control or house arrest. He is adjudicated as a convicted sex offender who must register twice a year in Florida.
 

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Lets read between the lines shall we. Remember where this is coming from...... a lib
1. Horrific = beyond most people's imagination.
2. Deserve Justice = locked up at best.......
3.Quite likely = definitely!
4. Some = more than one and more than a couple so my guess is 4 minimum
5. Our faves = someone high profile, is killinton still a fav or to old...... clooney? obama? Big Mike? schumer? holder? comey? politicians? actors? Banksters? Any of the groups that are retired or already dead? Where is the complete list of "passengers" to the island?
6. Follow the facts = undeniable evidence
7. Chips fall = take your lumps you perv bastards
8. Whether r or d = we know they are almost all one party so rinos are involved also...... *note; used R before D....... telling?
9. When exposed to the main stream does this do in liberals or all of them?
10. What will the fallout be?
11. How many divorces?
12. If this takes down 10-20 of "our faves" that's msm fodder for years.
13. What do the guilty give up?

When you pull on a string you never know where it will end!
 

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A Timeline of the Jeffery Epstein Case
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July: Epstein’s victims learn about his plea in state court after the fact. They file an emergency petition to force federal prosecutors to comply with the federal Crime Victims’ Rights Act, which mandates certain rights for crime victims, including the right to be informed about plea agreements and the right to appear at sentencing.

August: Epstein’s victims learn that he has already been sent to jail, and that the federal investigation is over. They seek to have his plea agreement unsealed, but federal prosecutors argue against releasing the agreement, commencing a yearlong court battle to learn the terms of Epstein’s plea bargain.

October: Epstein begins work release from the county stockade. He is picked up by his private driver six days a week and transported to an office in West Palm Beach, where he accepts visitors for up to 12 hours a day. He returns to the stockade in the evenings to sleep.

2009
July:
Epstein is released from the Palm Beach County stockade, five months early. He must register as a sex offender and is on probation for a year, confined to his Palm Beach home except to travel to his office in West Palm Beach. However, records show he frequently makes trips to Manhattan and to his home in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

August: Palm Beach Police Capt. George Frick finds Epstein walking along A1A in the middle of the afternoon, when he was supposed to be at work in his office in downtown West Palm Beach. Epstein says he is walking to work, even though the location where he is found is not a direct route to his office. His probation officer says Epstein has permission to get some exercise.

September:' The federal non-prosecution agreement is made public. By September, at least a dozen civil lawsuits have been filed by women who allege they were molested by Epstein when they were underage. Epstein begins the process of settling them out of court.

November: One of Epstein’s former butlers tries to sell to an undercover FBI agent a black book filled with the names of hundreds of girls and young women that Epstein allegedly procured for sex and massages. The butler tells FBI agents he witnessed nude underage girls at Epstein’s pool and had known that the millionaire was having sex with them. He also said he saw pornography involving underage girls on Epstein’s computers. The butler/houseman, Alfredo Rodriguez, is later charged with obstruction of justice and sentenced to federal prison. He dies in 2015. The contents of the black book become public as part of several civil lawsuits.

2010
April:
Flight logs obtained as part of civil lawsuits against Epstein show an assortment of politicians, academics, celebrities, heads of state and world leaders flying on Epstein’s jets in the early 2000s. Among them: former President Bill Clinton, former national security adviser Sandy Berger, former Colombian President Andrés Pastrana and lawyer Alan Dershowitz.

2011
March:
Two of Epstein’s victims file a motion in federal court accusing the government of violating their rights by failing to notify them about the plea deal and keeping it secret. Among other things, they want the plea deal invalidated in the hopes of sending Epstein to prison. They accuse federal prosecutors of deceiving them with “false notification letters.’’

September: U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra rejects the U.S. Attorney’s Office argument that it was under no obligation to notify victims prior to striking a non-prosecution agreement with Epstein because there were no federal charges filed against him. The decision marks a victory for Epstein’s victims, but the case will drag on for seven more years.
 

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A Timeline of the Jeffery Epstein Case
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November: Epstein must register in New York as the highest and most dangerous level of sex offender, despite efforts by him and the New York District Attorney’s office to lower the classification. A Level 3 status means “high risk of repeat offense and a threat to public safety exists,” according to the state’s guidelines.

2012
March-December:
Calling himself a “celebrated philanthropist’’ and a “renowned educational investor,’’ Epstein undertakes a public relations campaign to counter bad press about his sexual exploits. His foundation donates millions to scientific research and sponsors global conferences on ways to achieve world peace and save the planet. He funds cancer and educational research projects around the country.

2015'
January: Virginia Roberts files court papers in Florida claiming that she was forced by Epstein to have sex with Prince Andrew and lawyer Alan Dershowitz when she was underage. In a sworn affidavit, she provides photographs of her with the prince and with Epstein’s close associate, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell. She claims Maxwell worked as Epstein’s madam, which she denies. Dershowitz and the prince deny her claims as well, setting off a series of legal actions between Dershowitz and Roberts’ attorneys that are later resolved in an out-of-court settlement.

April: A federal judge rules that Roberts cannot join the federal Crime Victims’ Rights Act lawsuit and that her affidavit — accusing Prince Andrew and Dershowitz of having sex with her when she was underage — be stricken from the case. Dershowitz said the ruling meant he was vindicated. However, the judge does not address the veracity of Roberts’ claims, writing: “The factual details regarding with whom and where the Jane Does engaged in sexual activities are immaterial and impertinent to this central claim.’’

September: Roberts sues Maxwell in federal court in New York, claiming that Epstein’s alleged madam defamed her in public statements in the media. The lawsuit is widely viewed as a vessel for Epstein’s victims to expose the scope of Epstein’s crimes. Several civil lawsuits filed the same year allege that Epstein and Maxwell operated an international sex trafficking operation.

2016
June:
A lawsuit is filed in Manhattan by a woman who once used the name Katie Johnson, claiming that she was raped by then-presidential candidate Donald Trump at a party at Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 1994 when she was 13 years old. Trump and Epstein both categorically deny it ever happened.

November: Johnson backs out of a press conference just days before Election Day, saying she had been threatened and was fearful. She later drops the lawsuit.

2017
February:
President Trump nominates former Miami federal prosecutor Acosta as U.S. secretary of labor. Acosta is compelled at his confirmation hearing to briefly address questions about the deal he approved for Epstein. One lawmaker requests more records from the Epstein case. Acosta is confirmed.

June: Roberts settles her lawsuit with Maxwell for an undisclosed sum.

2018
December:
Civil trial is scheduled in Palm Beach County Court on Bradley Edwards’ allegations that Epstein sued him to punish him for representing several of his victims. The malicious-prosecution lawsuit is set to begin Dec. 4. Epstein has indicated he will not appear in court for trial.

>www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article221404845.html
 

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MCC in New York......

How great would it be to see this maggot in cuffs and shackles being peeped walked into Court......

No sleep for you tonight you maggot..
No bourbon to sip , no phone , no swimming pool....


Most prisoners held at MCC New York have pending cases in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. MCC New York also holds prisoners serving brief sentences.[1]

The Los Angeles Times stated that the prison is often referred to as the "Guantanamo of New York",[2] and The New York Times stated that its administrative segregation units had severe security measures.[3]

The correctional center is housed in a 12-story high-rise building located at 150 Park Row in the Civic Center neighborhood. As of Feb. 1 2017, it had 796 inmates, both male and female. [6]

In an article published on April 5, 2011, Jim Dwyer of the New York Times described the experience of an inmate being transferred from the facility to the federal court across the street: A prisoner going to court from the Metropolitan Correctional Center is presented to federal marshals in the basement of the building. Shackled at the ankles, chained at the waist and cuffed at the hands, the prisoner hop-marches through a tunnel nearly 40 feet (12 meters) below the street. The prisoner and escorts go through channels, or corridors, with electronic doors at each end. These are controlled remotely by officers who watch the journey through cameras. More prominent prisoners, who need to be segregated from the general prison population, are housed in the 10-South Wing, which is noted for severely confining conditions.[7][8]

During this passage from jail to court, only the marshals and the people in the surveillance stations are allowed to look at the prisoner. Once they have reached the north end of the tunnel, they wait for the prisoner elevator. Inside is a locked cage that the prisoner stands in for the ride up to the courthouse cells.[9]


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Building looks like something out of Blade Runner...the Tyrell Corporation...maker of Replicants...who's real...who isn't?
Perhaps we're about to find out...Epstein, who burns brightest from both ends , burns out quickest !
 

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I get the cynicism from you guys...I understand where you are coming from.

If I had to guess....I would guess that you guys are idealists that have been burned too many times in life and have a very jaundiced view of life as a result...just a guess and I might be totally wrong.

But - I do think this is really happening...FINALLY...

Think about all the things that are on deck...ready to go.

FISA
Horowitz
DECLAS
Huber - Clinton Foundation
Epstein
Assange

All the things that Q has been talking about are in the queue.

If I didnt know any better - I would think there was a plan or something that I should be trusting in...
Don't forget Weiner's laptop...
 

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Eppy just earned himself a spot on the Clinton Hit List.
 

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Eppy just earned himself a spot on the Clinton Hit List.
We can only hope he is kept protected long enough to provide evidence sufficient to take out HRC.