Author Topic: Oh how the mighty may start to fall: Jeffrey Epstein case.  (Read 170 times)

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Offline waldo

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There's apparently a prominent "Prime Minister" involved, too.  But no word on which country the "Prime Minister" is associated with.

involved??? C'mon... no evidence has tied Epstein "friend" {former British Prime Minister} Tony Blair to said "involvement". It seems British tabloids are running with names showing in a phone/address book... such names just "under the B's" as... Tony Blair, Michael Bloomberg, Richard Branson...

mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa!

as it turns out, the recent July 3rd U.S. Appeals Court decision includes the following background (accusation) reference:

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On December 30, 2014, two additional unnamed victims — one of whom has now self‐identified as Plaintiff‐Appellee Virginia Giuffre (“Giuffre”)—petitioned to join in the CVRA case. These petitioners included in their filings not only descriptions of sexual abuse by Epstein, but also new allegations of sexual abuse by several other prominent individuals, “including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well‐known Prime Minister, and other world leaders, ”as well as Dershowitz (along‐time member of the Harvard Law School faculty who had worked on Epstein’s legal defense) and Defendant‐Appellee Ghislaine Maxwell (“Maxwell”)

Offline eyeball

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We should remember that the Lewinski affair happened under the eyes of the Secret Service as well so saying they were present is meaningless.
Reminds me of the stories about Western troops who were told to ignore it when our Afghan allies raped little boys.

Offline Poonlight Graham

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Let's face it, the idea that someone powerful who was once a client of Epstein could have conspired to "off" Epstein is a fun conspiracy theory.  Straight out of a hollywood movie.  I'm not one for conspiracy theories but i'm going to grab the popcorn and let this one play out.
"The child who is not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth"  - African proverb
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Offline Omni

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Let's face it, the idea that someone powerful who was once a client of Epstein could have conspired to "off" Epstein is a fun conspiracy theory.  Straight out of a hollywood movie.  I'm not one for conspiracy theories but i'm going to grab the popcorn and let this one play out.

I think this particular conspiracy theory is too stupid to be compared to anything Hollywood would do but rather it comes from the donald Trump grab bag of nonsense. I wouldn't waste a bag of popcorn.

Offline Granny

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Let's face it, the idea that someone powerful who was once a client of Epstein could have conspired to "off" Epstein is a fun conspiracy theory.  Straight out of a hollywood movie.  I'm not one for conspiracy theories but i'm going to grab the popcorn and let this one play out.
The Beaverton, satire ... but so true!

https://www.thebeaverton.com/2019/08/americas-wealthy-perverts-unsure-which-of-them-actually-staged-epstein-suicide/

Sources also indicate that, of all the Epstein assassins working for high profile degenerates, none accepted contracts from President Trump because they knew they would never get paid.”

Lol