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Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"About. I'm an open mind. And you should be too. Play cut 39. And this morning, the New York Post is now reporting that the federal magistrate here in Florida who approved this search warrant after he left working for the U.S. attorney's office back in 2008. He then went into private practice and represents 7 and several associates of the disgraced financier and accused serial pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. Connected to a serial pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. That's the judge that signs off on the warrant. So the president is that you can have the FBI show up at your home. At any time, when a corrupt judge signs off on it, what is the motivation. Behind such a raid? Who's actually looking out for who? Well, MSNBC says that this is the Justice Department is returning to its historical position as a law enforcement agency above politics, play cut 32. And as a lawyer, I mean the reason I show up on these shows is because I believe so much in the rule of law and what it signifies to me the news yesterday is the justice department is returning to its historical position as a law enforcement agency above politics trying to do the right thing and enforce the laws when they're violated. The exact, it's so orwellian. Yeah, you know, we're above politics because we just go after political figures. Hunter Biden, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Peter struck stroke smirk. Yeah, by the way, has Peter strzok's house ever been rated by the FBI? How about Lisa page? How about Andrew mccabe? How about Bruce and Nellie or? Their house ever been rated by the FBI? How about Epstein's client list? Oh, we don't talk about that. No, no, no. If you happen to keep papers that otherwise might have been considered classified or declassified in literally, this is what so hilarious about this, it's literally a paperwork dispute. It's like, we always joke around like, oh, you know, they're paper pushers. You know, what's interesting is bureaucrat in the French literally means desk worker or the desk people. This is literally a paper dispute, but is it? Is it possible Donald Trump had the goods on the FBI? And they had to say, and they would say, wait a second. We have information to believe that Donald Trump might be able to expose us. It's just conjecture. It's speculation. There's no coming back. You might not like it. You might want to restoration of the America you grew up in. I'm sorry to say that America no longer exists. You can want it to exist. You can get it back, this is no joke..

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Judge Who Signed Mar-a-Lago Raid Warrant Linked to Jeffrey Epstein

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 11 hrs ago

Judge Who Signed Mar-a-Lago Raid Warrant Linked to Jeffrey Epstein

"From love. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. So the federal magistrate judge who signed off on the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago is a Florida federal magistrate judge sources are telling the New York Post, it was judge Bruce Reinhart, judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the warrant that enabled the FBI to raid president Trump's home. Well, guess what? Reinhardt was elevated to magistrate judge in 2018 after ten years in private practice. Months after his appointment the Miami Herald reported, he represented several of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's clients. Oh my gosh. So get this. The judge who signed off on the search warrant according to the New York Post. Left the local U.S. attorney's office more than a decade ago to represent employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Months after Reinhardt's appointment, the Miami Herald reported, he had represented several of Epstein's employees in connection with the sex trafficking investigation against the financier. According to the paper, according to the Miami Herald, this judge Bruce Reinhart resigned from the South Florida U.S. attorney's office on New Year's Day 2008 and went to work for Epstein's workers the following day.

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Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on Mark Levin

"Former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence as a former criminal defense attorney who represented a former democratic congressman, investigated by the bureau for putting his mysteries on his congressional payroll. Government records indicate the judge Bruce. Reinhardt. Reinhardt. One of the three federal magistrates in West Palm Beach signed the unprecedented warrant targeting Trump, who denounced it, of course. As a criminal defense, attorney Reinhardt. Represented democratic congressman Tim Mahoney, a Florida lawmaker who ran on a platform fate family personal responsibility. I think he knew swalwell. While carrying on a series of extramarital affairs, Mahoney subsequently came under FBI investigation for hiring one of his mistresses to work in his congressional office before putting her on his campaign payroll. Prior to becoming a judge in 2018, Reinhart. Spent 12 years as an assistant U.S. attorney for the southern district of Florida. The office tasked with investigating the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein for sex trafficking in O 5. The federal case against Epstein ultimately went nowhere thanks to controversial non prosecution agreement, Epstein's lawyers negotiated with the U.S. attorney's office. While the terms of

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Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | Last month

Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

"Let's talk about a creepy pedophile who absolutely got caught red handed and will now do the time. Nearly 6 months after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of 5 charges, including sex trafficking in a minor. It was time to return to court and discuss some sentencing. And Ghislaine is now going to be sentenced for 20 years for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein bullshit. Last week, it was said that the 60 year old Maxwell and her legal team were filing documents saying there was unfair for delaying to serve as sentence that should have been reserved for Jeffrey Epstein. You know, had he not been found on a live in his jail cell back in 2019. They said, look, how about 51 and 63 months or less than 6 years? And I think people got tired of delaying constantly saying I was just following orders that kind of shit. Prosecutors don't like that schtick. They were looking for a sentence of between 30 and 55 years, but look, she got 20. And she put out a statement to you all the victims. I'm sorry for the pain that you experienced. It is my sincerest wish to all those in the courtroom and to all those outside this courtroom that this day brings a terrible chapter to the end to an end. And to those of you who spoke here today and those of you who did not may this day help you travel from darkness into the light. Yet she continues to protect the rapists. What did they do for her in the end? Nothing. Why didn't she talk? She look, she needs to sing before she gets suicide. She's screwed, either way, so might as well bring the predatory men down with her. I mean, there's no way she didn't keep tapes and lots of receipts stashed someplace in one of the safe houses around the world. I know I'm gonna get to that eventually. And really, I guess if there's any justice here, it's that the lane got more than the 51 month she was hoping

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Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"What is going on here when you back up and when you look at the big picture here, the federal government is weaponizing itself against us. We the people. And the great thing about having a national radio program is they can't shut us up on social media. They may be able to own Facebook, but they can't shut us up here in the studio. And we're going to be fighting folks. We're going to be fighting until the last person is left standing. And we're still going to be fighting. This is despicable. Oh, by the way, the judge. So we're getting some Intel, the person they believe who is the judge who signed off on the search warrant. Has ties to Jeffrey Epstein. No, I'm not making this up. You can't make it up. Of course he's got ties to Jeffrey Epstein. Let's go to Iowa. Gene on the line. All right, gene, what's on your mind? Well, I don't believe that. What, I'm not a lawyer, but from what I understand, the president has the right to declare by any document or anything while he's still in office. So anything I find only has been declassified. Now, gene, that's a good point. I was looking. I had to do a little bit of homework last night, and I brushed up on the presidential, the presidential records act, and it's pretty vague as far as what the president can do here. So again, I just don't think they have anything on him. He's done nothing criminally. There's been nothing criminal here. We're dealing with the national archives for crying out loud. But gene, they're doing this because they think they've got a path going down this route to ensure that Donald Trump can not run in 2024. That's what this is all about. They've got to stop Trump. That's what this is about. I've got a question for you. And maybe you can answer it. Maybe you can. But what would stop a right in campaign? Even if they said he was disqualified, if the people said no, we want him and wrote him in, they couldn't stop it, but. I don't think that would be. I don't think that's feasible. I just don't, Jean. I don't think the American people would be that engaged. To do something like that. As sad as that is to say, and I'm just telling you because here at Memphis Tennessee, we can barely get 20% of the registered voters out to stop a George Soros district attorney. So I just don't think there would be that much interest. Gene appreciate the college go to Maine, Mike, listening to us on WLB that's ray Richardson country..

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Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Epstein

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Epstein

"In New York Glenn Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls Epstein committed suicide in 2019 and prosecutors say he couldn't have sexually abused children without the help of Maxwell his longtime companion Brad Edwards represents 60 Epstein victims He says Maxwell's sentence should have been more Want a very conservative indictment She's giving 20 years So that doesn't sound lucky but in the course it's good for what she did it is Maxwell's attorney Bobby sternheim says she will appeal Even before she stepped forward into this courthouse she was being tried and convicted in the court of public opinion In court Maxwell blamed Epstein saying meeting him was the greatest regret of her life I'm Ed

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Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"President's home, you'd think that they would want to start as many eyes and cross as many teas as possible. Oh, no, but not these guys. No, they get some goon who represented Jeffrey Epstein to sign the warrant and there they go. They're in Mar-a-Lago. That's ridiculous. It is ridiculous. And last question I got about a minute left, but you got to remember the process here, Lee, which the public key, I get it. The public's getting busy. They're taking their kids to soccer games and working for a living. I always say, I don't have a job. This isn't a job. This is fun. But my prior job when I did this, the judges relying on your sworn statement. If you say you saw a guy during a surveillance, go into a bank in case it out, the judge can't go there and ask the bank himself. He's the judge. The judges assuming you are telling the truth. And it is a bold leap with anything involving Donald Trump to assume after we've just learned about the FBI that they're telling the truth. Right. Yeah, I mean, this is one of the, again, another tragedy. It's not just the flaws in the flaws. The disaster in the executive branch agencies like the FBI and CDC and all these other places. Now as we started to see with Michael Flynn's case, we started to see problems with the judicial branch as well. I mean, there is a lot of work to be done to rescue and restore our great country. Well, I'm really hoping and praying and I agree with you that this awakening, this poking of the bear, I believe this is the moment they wake up from hibernation and I agree with you too. No one's suggesting anyone sleeping, you all have been busting your asses for a long time. I get that. But people will only take so much. And I think if you were even remotely on the fence about 2022 and 2024, you are now activated in that button's been pressed. So Lee Smith, author of the book, plot against the president, some must read, it's still, it's still evergreen today. Thanks for your time. We appreciate it. Thank you so much, Dan. I really appreciate it. You got it. That was Lee Smith, folks, guys. He's probably forgotten more about the Russia hoax and spygate than most people know. I'll be honest with you, me included. I wrote three books on it. I used to call him about everything. He really, really knows his stuff. All right, more on this would Donald Trump be disqualified if some kangaroo court convicts him of some nonsense presidential records act violation more on that coming up next we'll be right back

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Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced in Epstein sex abuse case

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced in Epstein sex abuse case

"Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is set to be sentenced in New York today for helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking in December prosecutors said Epstein who killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial sexually abused girls as young as 14 over more than a decade and couldn't have done so without the help of Maxwell his longtime companion and one time girlfriend prosecutors say she deserves 30 to 55 years in prison Maxwell denied abusing anyone her lawyers asked for no more than 5 years Julie Walker New York

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Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:31 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey epstein" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Portions of our show brought to you by fellowship home loans. Call 805 ten Mike. Or go to fellowship home loans dot com slash Mike G welcome home fellowship from love. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. So the federal magistrate judge who signed off on the search warrant at Mar-a-Lago is a Florida federal magistrate judge sources are telling the New York Post, it was judge Bruce Reinhart, judge Bruce Reinhart, who approved the warrant that enabled the FBI to raid president Trump's home. Well, guess what? Reinhardt was elevated to magistrate judge in 2018 after ten years in private practice. Months after his appointment the Miami Herald reported, he represented several of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's clients. Oh my gosh. So get this. The judge who signed off on the search warrant according to the New York Post. Left the local U.S. attorney's office more than a decade ago to represent employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Months after Reinhardt's appointment, the Miami Herald reported, he had represented several of Epstein's employees in connection with the sex trafficking investigation against the financier. According to the paper, according to the Miami Herald, this judge Bruce Reinhart resigned from the South Florida U.S. attorney's office on New Year's Day 2008 and went to work for Epstein's workers the following day. Wow. The Epstein employees Reinhardt represented by his own admission to the Miami Herald included Epstein's pilots, his scheduler, and Nadia marching kova, who Epstein Epstein once reportedly described as his yugoslavian sex slave. This is something right out of a novel, can you believe this? So the judge who okayed the search warrant on Trump's home in Florida was once linked to Jeffrey Epstein. But he committed suicide, right? Jeffrey Epstein, he hanged himself. Okay. This is unreal. 21. Listen, you want to smile on your face today? Have you seen Biden try to put on his sport coat? Outside the helicopter? Have you seen this? I mean, it's 30 seconds that is a Benny Hill skit. In fact, we've put together a little video. First of all, I'll obviously if you're listening on the radio, you can't hear it. But let's play the clip so that everybody who's watching on the Salem news channel can at least see it where he can't get his coat on, but I want to play with the appropriate music. What does that cut 1615? 15. Let's play cut 15. This is classic, because poor Joe, grandpa can't get his coat on, his glasses pop off his head, doctor Jill's trying to help him get the coat on..

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Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

"Four years later, now we got the Amber Heard situation, which you're going to laugh. You ready to laugh? I don't know who Amber Heard was, okay? See? I did. And such a Charlie thing to say. I'm very honest about my pop culture illiteracy. And someone said oh, she was the woman with the orange hair in Aquaman. I said that doesn't narrow it down. You know what to be fair. I don't know her as an actress. I know her as the person who dated Johnny Depp. Oh, is that right? Right. So I know her because I follow culture, but she's definitely not known for her acting abilities. Like the idea is she was a hot woman, right? Who got into positions of power and she hit the lotto when Johnny Depp fell under her spell. Under her spell. Yeah. And so the whole trial happens, apparently she liked defecated on his bed or something, which is like she did. And she blamed it on a poor innocent dog that can't defecate the size of a human being. I just want to be clear. What kind of a dog was it? It was like a little. It was a little Yorkshire terrier. Yeah, it was. It was a puppy Yorkshire. Yeah, and she said that that was his poop. And it was like, and Johnny was just like, all I can say is like, Yorkshire cherries don't defecate that size. And I was so happy about this case. And it goes back to Charlie's one of the things that you and I talk about all the time, which is that conservatives don't understand why fighting for culture is so important. And I get so annoyed with the who cares about this case. You know, we talk about the Jeffrey Epstein case. We need to talk about both, right? And we need to remember Andrew breitbart's words that politics is downstream from culture. And this case was so important for these last 5 years of women, just usurping so much power for themselves under the auspices of this bizarre movement that just declared that women don't

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Modeling agent who was close to Jeffrey Epstein found dead in French jail

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Modeling agent who was close to Jeffrey Epstein found dead in French jail

"A man who headed a modeling agency close to Jeffrey Epstein was found dead Saturday in his French jail cell the Paris prosecutor's office says they're looking into the death of John loop right now he was being held in an investigation into the rape and trafficking of minors for sexual exploitation accusations he denied abstain also killed himself at a Manhattan jail while awaiting trial in twenty nineteen for sex trafficking of minors prince Andrew who was accused of sexually abusing a seventeen year old girl supplied to him by abstain settled that lawsuit this week I'm

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Prince Andrew, accuser seek witnesses in sex abuse lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Prince Andrew, accuser seek witnesses in sex abuse lawsuit

"Prince prince Andrew Andrew and and the the woman woman who who accused accused him him of of sexually sexually assaulting assaulting her her when when she she was was seventeen seventeen have have both both filed filed requests requests for for witnesses witnesses in in her her lawsuit lawsuit against against him him Virginia Virginia Jew Jew phrase phrase lawyers lawyers are are seeking seeking witness witness accounts accounts from from the the prince's prince's former former assistant assistant and and a a woman woman who who claims claims to to have have seen seen them them together together at at a a night night club club during during the the time time in in question question prince prince Andrew Andrew denies denies you you phrase phrase allegations allegations his his legal legal team team wants wants witness witness accounts accounts from from her her husband husband and and her her psychologist psychologist claiming claiming she she may may suffer suffer false false memories memories you you fry fry says says she she was was coerced coerced into into sex sex with with prince prince Andrew Andrew in in two two thousand thousand one one by by his his friend friend Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein and and his his companion companion cooling cooling Maxwell Maxwell she she was was convicted convicted of of sex sex trafficking trafficking related related charges charges last last month month abstain abstain killed killed himself himself in in jail jail awaiting awaiting trial trial three three years years ago ago I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Judge to rule on dismissing Prince Andrew sexual abuse lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Judge to rule on dismissing Prince Andrew sexual abuse lawsuit

"A a judge judge has has given given the the green green light light to to a a lawsuit lawsuit against against prince prince Andrew Andrew by by an an American American woman woman who who says says he he sexually sexually abused abused her her when when she she was was seventeen seventeen the the U. U. S. S. district district judge judge says says Andrews Andrews lawyers lawyers failed failed to to successfully successfully challenge challenge the the constitutionality constitutionality of of the the lawsuit lawsuit Virginia Virginia Jew Jew freight freight piled piled against against the the prince prince in in August August saying saying she she was was coerced coerced into into sexual sexual encounters encounters with with him him in in two two thousand thousand and and one one by by Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein and and his his longtime longtime companion companion Elaine Elaine Maxwell Maxwell Andrews Andrews attorneys attorneys had had said said the the lawsuit lawsuit lacks lacks specificity specificity and and was was disqualified disqualified by by a a deal deal do do Frey Frey reached reached in in two two thousand thousand and and nine nine with with lawyers lawyers for for Epstein Epstein he he killed killed himself himself three three years years ago ago in in jail jail if if you you waited waited a a sex sex trafficking trafficking trial trial Maxwell Maxwell was was convicted convicted of of sex sex trafficking trafficking related related charges charges last last month month Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Offer made to drop perjury charges in Ghislaine Maxwell case

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Offer made to drop perjury charges in Ghislaine Maxwell case

"Federal federal prosecutors prosecutors will will agree agree to to drop drop pending pending perjury perjury charges charges against against British British socialite socialite killing killing Maxwell Maxwell if if for for sex sex trafficking trafficking case case goes goes to to sentencing sentencing later later this this year year federal federal prosecutors prosecutors have have told told a a federal federal judge judge in in Manhattan Manhattan they they will will drop drop pending pending perjury perjury charges charges against against killing killing Max Max well well if if and and when when she she is is sentenced sentenced later later this this year year Maxwell Maxwell was was convicted convicted last last month month of of recruiting recruiting teen teen girls girls were were financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein to to sexually sexually abuse abuse to to perjury perjury counts counts that that were were separated separated from from the the main main case case use use Maxwell Maxwell of of lying lying in in a a twenty twenty sixteen sixteen civil civil deposition deposition her her lawyer lawyer say say she's she's being being made made a a scapegoat scapegoat for for us us dean dean or or a a ploy ploy and and one one time time boyfriend boyfriend citing citing juror juror conducted conducted defenses defenses also also ask ask for for a a new new trial trial once once questions questions about about perjury perjury to to be be put put off off for for now now I I Norman Norman hall hall

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Maxwell trial juror retains lawyer with verdict in jeopardy

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Maxwell trial juror retains lawyer with verdict in jeopardy

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting a a Maxwell Maxwell trial trial juror juror retains retains a a lawyer lawyer with with the the verdict verdict in in jeopardy jeopardy a a juror juror at at the the trial trial of of British British socialite socialite giving giving Maxwell Maxwell who who has has become become a a focal focal point point of of a a potential potential retrial retrial has has retained retained a a lawyer lawyer U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Alison Alison J. J. Nathan Nathan said said Thursday Thursday the the unidentified unidentified juror juror has has retained retained attorney attorney Todd Todd CPO CPO deck deck in in interviews interviews with with the the independent independent and and the the Daily Daily Mail Mail this this week week the the juror juror said said during during deliberations deliberations he he revealed revealed to to other other jurors jurors that that he he was was sexually sexually abused abused as as a a child child and and that that the the victims victims in in perfect perfect memory memory of of sex sex abuse abuse doesn't doesn't mean mean it it didn't didn't happen happen the the jury jury convicted convicted Maxwell Maxwell on on sex sex trafficking trafficking and and conspiracy conspiracy charges charges for for recruiting recruiting teenage teenage girls girls between between nineteen nineteen ninety ninety four four and and two two thousand thousand four four for for financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein to to sexually sexually abuse abuse meantime meantime the the New New York York times times reported reported Wednesday Wednesday it it interviewed interviewed a a second second juror juror who who described described being being sexually sexually abused abused as as a a child child hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Maxwell to seek new trial after reports of juror's sex abuse

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Maxwell to seek new trial after reports of juror's sex abuse

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting Gillian Gillian Maxwell Maxwell will will seek seek a a new new trial trial after after reports reports of of a a juror juror is is experience experience with with sexual sexual abuse abuse attorneys attorneys representing representing British British socialite socialite Gillane Gillane Maxwell Maxwell who who was was convicted convicted last last week week on on sex sex trafficking trafficking charges charges associated associated with with Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein plan plan to to ask ask for for a a new new trial trial after after a a juror juror in in the the case case revealed revealed he he was was a a victim victim of of sexual sexual abuse abuse in in interviews interviews published published by by the the independent independent and and the the Daily Daily Mail Mail one one juror juror said said during during deliberations deliberations he he told told fellow fellow jurors jurors he he was was sexually sexually abused abused as as a a child child and and he he convinced convinced other other jurors jurors that that victims victims in in perfect perfect memory memory of of sex sex abuse abuse doesn't doesn't mean mean it it didn't didn't happen happen in in a a letter letter to to U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Alison Alison J. J. Nathan Nathan lawyers lawyers for for Maxwell Maxwell said said based based on on undisputed undisputed publicly publicly available available information information the the court court can can and and should should order order a a new new trial trial without without any any evidentiary evidentiary hearing hearing prosecutors prosecutors in in the the case case sent sent their their own own letter letter saying saying the the reports reports merit merit attention attention by by the the court court the the judge judge late late Wednesday Wednesday said said the the defense defense should should request request a a new new trial trial by by January January nineteenth nineteenth with with prosecutors prosecutors to to reply reply by by February February second second hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Settlement between Epstein, Prince Andrew accuser now public

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Settlement between Epstein, Prince Andrew accuser now public

"The the financial financial settlement settlement between between Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein and and a a woman woman who who is is suing suing Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew for for sexual sexual assault assault has has been been made made public public the the documents documents from from two two thousand thousand and and nine nine publicly publicly released released in in Manhattan Manhattan federal federal court court today today show show that that Virginia Virginia Jew Jew freight freight accepted accepted a a private private five five hundred hundred thousand thousand dollar dollar deal deal to to settle settle her her lawsuit lawsuit against against Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein resolving resolving your your phrase phrase allegations allegations that that Epstein Epstein had had hired hired her her as as a a teenager teenager to to be be a a sexual sexual servant servant at at his his estate estate in in Palm Palm Beach Beach Florida Florida she she sued sued prince prince Andrew Andrew in in August August of of twenty twenty twenty twenty one one saying saying he he sexually sexually assaulted assaulted her her multiple multiple times times when when she she was was seventeen seventeen the the prince prince maintains maintains the the assaults assaults never never happened happened a a line line in in the the two two thousand thousand and and nine nine settlement settlement says says it it includes includes anyone anyone else else who who could could have have been been included included as as a a potential potential defendant defendant the the prince's prince's attorney attorney Andrew Andrew Brettler Brettler has has said said the the agreement agreement should should release release enter enter from from any any purported purported liability liability you you phrase phrase attorneys attorneys disagree disagree arguments arguments over over request request to to dismiss dismiss the the lawsuit lawsuit are are scheduled scheduled for for Tuesday Tuesday I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Judge: Prince Andrew can't halt lawsuit with domicile claim

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Judge: Prince Andrew can't halt lawsuit with domicile claim

"A a federal federal judge judge has has rejected rejected an an attempt attempt by by prince prince Andrew's Andrew's attorneys attorneys to to hold hold a a lawsuit lawsuit alleging alleging sexual sexual abuse abuse Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew was was trying trying to to block block the the progression progression of of a a lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in August August by by Virginia Virginia G. G. Frey Frey who who says says he he sexually sexually assaulted assaulted her her on on multiple multiple occasions occasions when when she she was was seventeen seventeen and and also also being being abused abused by by financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys have have called called you you phrase phrase lawsuit lawsuit baseless baseless motivated motivated by by money money and and say say there there is is strong strong evidence evidence that that she she lives lives not not in in Colorado Colorado but but in in Australia Australia where where she she is is raising raising three three children children which which might might disqualify disqualify her her suit suit the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys wanted wanted to to depose depose but but in in a a written written order order federal federal judge judge Lewis Lewis Kaplan Kaplan said said the the prince's prince's lawyers lawyers must must turn turn over over documents documents on on the the schedule schedule that that has has been been set set oral oral arguments arguments on on the the prince's prince's request request to to dismiss dismiss the the lawsuit lawsuit or or scheduled scheduled for for Monday Monday along along with with the the release release of of a a two two thousand thousand and and nine nine settlement settlement agreement agreement between between emptying emptying into into Friday Friday that that the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys argue argue protect protect him him from from her her claim claim Jefferies Jefferies attorney attorney cigarette cigarette McCauley McCauley call call the the request request just just another another in in a a series series of of tired tired attempts attempts by by prince prince Andrew Andrew to to duck duck and and Dodge Dodge the the legal legal merits merits of of the the case case I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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 Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell guilty on 5 of 6 counts

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell guilty on 5 of 6 counts

"British British socialite socialite Gillane Gillane Max Max was was been been found found guilty guilty of of luring luring teenage teenage girls girls to to be be sexually sexually abused abused by by American American millionaire millionaire Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein after after a a month month long long trial trial with with tales tales of of sexual sexual exploitation exploitation jurors jurors found found Elaine Elaine Maxwell Maxwell guilty guilty on on five five of of six six counts counts against against her her four four women women they they testified testified they they were were abused abused as as teens teens in in the the nineteen nineteen nineties nineties and and early early two two thousands thousands at at Epstein's Epstein's palatial palatial homes homes in in Florida Florida New New York York and and New New Mexico Mexico jurors jurors saw saw physical physical evidence evidence like like a a folding folding massage massage table table used used by by abstain abstain and and a a black black book book listing listing contact contact information information for for some some of of the the victims victims under under the the heading heading massages massages Maxwell Maxwell showed showed little little reaction reaction behind behind the the black black mask mask on on her her face face she's she's facing facing the the likelihood likelihood of of years years in in prison prison the the defense defense says says Maxwell Maxwell was was a a victim victim of of a a vindictive vindictive prosecution prosecution device device to to deliver deliver justice justice because because Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein killed killed himself himself while while awaiting awaiting trial trial in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn British British

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Jury says it has reached verdict in Ghislaine Maxwell trial

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Jury says it has reached verdict in Ghislaine Maxwell trial

"A a New New York York jury jury says says it's it's reached reached a a verdict verdict in in the the trial trial of of Gillane Gillane Maxwell Maxwell a a British British socialite socialite charged charged with with recruiting recruiting and and grooming grooming teenage teenage girls girls to to be be sexually sexually abused abused by by Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein the the trial trial against against the the British British socialites socialites been been under under way way since since late late November November deliberations deliberations began began December December twentieth twentieth with with a a break break for for the the Christmas Christmas holiday holiday prosecutors prosecutors allege allege financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein could could not not have have sexually sexually abused abused girls girls as as young young as as age age fourteen fourteen without without Maxwell Maxwell serving serving as as the the lady lady of of the the house house Maxwell's Maxwell's lawyers lawyers say say she's she's innocent innocent I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Ghislaine Maxwell jury must work New Year's if no verdict

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell jury must work New Year's if no verdict

"Deliberations deliberations continue continue in in the the sex sex trafficking trafficking trial trial of of Gillane Gillane Maxwell Maxwell jurors jurors in in Manhattan Manhattan on on their their fifth fifth full full day day deliberating deliberating the the fate fate of of the the British British socialite socialite the the jurors jurors asked asked the the judge judge about about new new years years and and were were told told they they will will have have to to work work through through the the holiday holiday weekend weekend if if they they did did not not come come to to a a verdict verdict federal federal court court judge judge Alison Alison Nathan Nathan told told lawyers lawyers she she wants wants the the jury jury to to work work extra extra hours hours citing citing a a spike spike in in corona corona virus virus cases cases in in New New York York City City that that could could lead lead to to quarantines quarantines and and derail derail the the proceedings proceedings prosecutors prosecutors are are trying trying to to prove prove that that killing killing Maxwell Maxwell recruited recruited and and groomed groomed girls girls as as young young as as fourteen fourteen to to be be sexually sexually abused abused by by financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein and and herself herself Maxwell Maxwell appeared appeared encourage encourage Tuesday Tuesday when when among among other other request request the the jury jury asked asked for for transcripts transcripts of of five five witnesses witnesses including including a a defense defense expert expert who who testified testified that that memories memories can can be be corrupted corrupted over over time time defense defense attorneys attorneys are are arguing arguing that that Maxwell Maxwell was was made made a a scapegoat scapegoat after after abstain abstain killed killed himself himself in in a a Manhattan Manhattan federal federal jail jail in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen as as he he awaited awaited trial trial I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Judge in Prince Andrew suit says document should be unsealed

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Judge in Prince Andrew suit says document should be unsealed

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting a a judge judge in in a a lawsuit lawsuit against against prince prince Andrew Andrew says says a a secret secret documents documents should should be be unsealed unsealed a a federal federal judge judge has has issued issued a a brief brief order order saying saying a a secret secret two two thousand thousand eight eight settlement settlement between between Virginia Virginia two two free free and and financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein should should be be made made public public the the settlement settlement has has become become central central to to a a lawsuit lawsuit you you Frey Frey filed filed in in August August claiming claiming Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew abused abused her her on on multiple multiple occasions occasions in in two two thousand thousand one one when when she she was was seventeen seventeen Andrew Andrew denies denies the the allegations allegations an an attorney attorney for for the the prince prince has has said said the the settlement settlement between between two two free free and and abstain abstain who who killed killed himself himself in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen while while awaiting awaiting a a sex sex trafficking trafficking trial trial protects protects and and ruled ruled against against the the lawsuit lawsuit but but U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Loretta Loretta Prisco Prisco said said Tuesday Tuesday absent absent any any valid valid objection objection by by Epstein's Epstein's estate estate the the document document should should be be made made public public on on or or before before December December twenty twenty second second as as part part of of Andrew's Andrew's case case hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Prosecution rests in sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Prosecution rests in sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting the the prosecution prosecution rests rests in in the the sex sex abuse abuse trial trial of of Gillian Gillian Maxwell Maxwell prosecutors prosecutors rested rested their their case case against against Elaine Elaine Maxwell Maxwell Friday Friday in in the the British British socialite socialite sex sex abuse abuse trial trial in in New New York York addy addy former former kia kia cues cues testified testified that that Maxwell Maxwell and and her her companion companion Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein forced forced themselves themselves on on her her when when she she was was sixteen sixteen farmer farmer who's who's now now forty forty two two testified testified that that she she accepted accepted an an invitation invitation to to Epstein's Epstein's New New Mexico Mexico ranch ranch in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety six six hoping hoping Maxwell Maxwell and and ups ups the the would would help help her her with with academic academic endeavors endeavors earlier earlier in in the the trial trial three three other other women women testified testified that that Maxwell Maxwell recruited recruited them them to to give give up up steam steam massage massage is is meant meant as as a a ruse ruse for for sexual sexual abuse abuse after after the the prosecution prosecution rested rested Maxwell's Maxwell's lawyers lawyers moved moved for for judgment judgment of of acquittal acquittal which which the the judge judge denied denied U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Alison Alison J. J. Nathan Nathan told told the the jury jury they they will will return return next next Thursday Thursday when when the the defense defense will will begin begin presenting presenting its its case case hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross yeah yeah

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"She's not going to try to let this go in many different directions. But number two understand that it's not just Bill Clinton that's trying to save himself. It's not just Prince Andrew that's trying to save himself. It's all of their combined interest together. Do you know that the federal government never offered a plea deal to Ghislaine Maxwell? Why do you think that would be? Ghislaine Maxwell very well could have been the turnkey to be a star witness to name names to indict Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew and every single member of the American ruling class that could have been involved. It's because this is a cover up operation. Now, some of you might be wondering, why is it that Ghislaine Maxwell is playing along? Why doesn't she just spill? I think Ghislaine Maxwell is being threatened, of course, obviously. Being threatened in ways that we might not know financially. Quietly, she's not incentivized to name names right now. So Glen Maxwell is likely to go to jail for the rest of her life. To pay for a crime that she cooperated with with Jeffrey Epstein, but make no mistake. That the prosecution wants this to go away. They want to seal it, get it done and make it go away. Someone call this a mop up operation. Some would say that this is most similar to cleaning up the multi decades of dirty business. And the machine is going to win. The machine's going to win because you have too many powerful people that have been simultaneously involved and engaged in sex trafficking children for their own benefit. And isn't it interesting? This is the most scintillating story. Where's the investigative reporting into all of this? Where's the young enterprising Pulitzer Prize winners that have actually tried to figure all this out? Is it interesting how there's very little to no media interest in a lot of this? I want to tell you guys about good ranchers, okay? You've heard me talk about it a lot. Look, good ranchers. They achieved the trifecta. The trifecta is very simple. One, everyone has to eat. Two, you love the country. Three, you want to support the Charlie Kirk show. So good ranchers. They send you boxes of meat when we get a box of meat from good ranchers. It's bedlam. People fight over the meat. It is, it is the closest.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Out of justice thus far i think they do. I think that they They're still very angry and are skeptical. That prosecutors are going to continue this investigation beyond a jeffrey obscene and galen maxwell they believe that there were a lot of other people that were involved in particularly men who were engaging in sex with minors and they believe that authorities should go after everyone who helped epstein. And you know. I think that there there is some concern that authorities are going to charge. You know possibly convict galen maxwell and then not go any further with the case so There are some victims out there that are pressuring prosecutors to continue their investigation.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"On an part of the problem i think is that authorities haven't been transparent about what they know and what they don't know we haven't seen you know the autopsy we do know from his brother who has himself said that he didn't believe that jeffrey committed suicide that that you know that there were strange aspects to how he was found it was odd that for example. He was on a suicide watch. When this happened they put him back in his cell and There's no video footage. They're not have one guard. That allegedly was asleep at the wheel. But you have to which is highly unusual covered prison deaths for a very long time and you of guards fallen asleep and things happening really hear about two guards falling asleep at the same time or being distracted at the same time who would have the motive to kill him in jail. Well you know. There's a lot of people that would would've i mean we don't even really know the scope of of his connections and what he had on people i mean we know that he pretty much had a lot of information that could implicate people not only possibly on sex trafficking aspects. But you know he. He essentially was a money manager. Who helped some of our richest people in the world. Hide their money so he also knew how people got their money and where they had at hiding and he there were certainly a lot of people that had a motive to kill him. I tend to think it's possible. He might have just had somebody help them might have been an assistant suicide for example so i think the bottom line is this is still not really determined and i think we need to look into it more. I think it needs to be investigated more thoroughly. How did the women who are epstein victims. React to the news that he had had died in prison. They were crying you know. They had felt finally that they were going to have their day in court and that he was finally going to be held accountable and it was just another blow. You know to them that to think that he sort of gotten away with it again in their minds anyway. This is very sad to hear one of the victims. I couldn't reach her. So i called her mother and her mother said right away out of her mouth. You know they killed them. You know you know to some victims. They really believe that. This was a conspiracy. And that he wasn't he didn't commit suicide at all. He was That he was killed Because of what he knew. There have been a lot of stories about jeffrey epstein and very prominent well-known men who had sex with underage girls at jeffrey epstein's arrangement were behest in your reporting. Did you find out anything new or definitive about any of those disputed allegations. I did and i did. I mean i didn't find anything that necessarily cooperated some of these stories that have been out there about other men than our vault but in the aftermath of all this his estate set up a fund for victims to claim compensation and i do know from talking to a number of the lawyers who represent these women that there are women that came forward to cooperate or at least a confirm that they were Trafficked by obscene to some very powerful people. It's just that these women don't wanna go public You know they're afraid that their lives are going to be. You know turned upside down by some of these powerful men. Julie came brown. You're still a working journalist Are you ever going to get off the epstein. Beat you know. There's a lot of journalists on this story now. That are working really hard..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Humanity's role in an interconnected world at templeton dot org they're still ongoing civil litigation over this And there are criminal charges including against glenn maxwell his former girlfriend longtime associated She was arrested in new hampshire right. I think where she'd been kind of laying low. What is she charged with. She's charged with sex trafficking and remember. She wasn't at least that we know of she wasn't part of the original case in palm beach so the the prosecutors in newark believe that they are able to prosecute her based on the fact that she she never was named in that original deal and that she was they allege a very much a part of his operation Jeffrey epstein didn't do this all on his own he had a whole ecosystem of people. Who helped him and you know. She is accused of being one of those at the center of this because she was this motherly nurturing figure that these girls encountered who they felt. They could trust. You know she used that to try. You know according to the indictment against her to try to Get more girls for epstein essentially lure criminal charges against another figures. Luke brunell who is involved in. If i have this right a modeling agency that epstein finance is this right. that's correct. We saw the you know. I interviewed the bookkeeper for that company and We we she also was interviewed by the lawyers involved in some of the civil litigation and she admitted that you know john luke in epstein worked together with this modeling company was a vehicle for them to bring underage girls from overseas into the united states a extensively they set for modeling reasons. But you know the the bookkeeper said that it they sent these girls out on quote unquote assignments where they would be abused or they would be said. Look if you wanna get paid for this assignment you have to agree to have sex with these people. So yeah the john. Luke was finally arrested. He had been also accused before there were other people who had looked into his modeling business because he had he had sort of a checkered reputation in that business. Those two criminal cases are still pending. Jeffrey epstein died august twenty nineteen in his jail cell and it was ruled a suicide. You have a chapter on this. The title of the chapter is jeffrey epstein. Didn't kill himself What do you think what's your take on this. You know There are just too many odd things surrounding his death..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Investigators. The epsteins essentially hired the his lawyers were were ruthless and relentless in their pursuit of you know making sure did the girls and authorities knew that he was You know that he wasn't going to be prosecuted for these crimes. All right so you look carefully. Into how this lenient plea deal occurred and this was a long period of time because there was not just the local prosecutor. The fbi became involved. The you know the us attorney's office the federal prosecutors and this large team of experienced and aggressive lawyers on epstein behalf got information was that in-between the settlement in two thousand eight and the time he started looking into it there was civil litigation and a lot of the victims sued epstein that gave you some insight into exactly how the negotiations over. This plea deal occurred right. What what did you find out. There was still an open case. Oddly enough that had been open since two thousand eight so that meant that this civil case was open for ten years and it was still being litigated. And what was interesting about this case this. This case was not filed against jeffrey epstein was fought against the us government and it was five point attorney by the name of brad edwards who was representing one of the victims. I ultimately interviewed. Courtney wild who who essentially was suing the government from for doing this plea deal in the first place. They claimed it was illegally done because violated The crime victims rights act which gives victims federal law which gives victim certain rights and among those rights with the right to be consulted and to be informed about plea deals. And of course this was done. The plea deal was done in secret They went to great lengths to seal it so that nobody could see it and So at worst filed a federal lawsuit against the us government alleging that the steel was illegal because it violated the crime victims rights act right and so it was a result of that he got a hold of communications among the prosecutors emails between them and the defense attorneys and a lot of this eventually got a look at. What were some of the most disturbing things that you learned about the way this went down. I think probably the most disturbing was that they continued after the deal was already done. Obscene went right to jail. And i think what was really disturbing about it. Was that even after this happened. The federal government the prosecutors continued in a way to work with epstein against bread edwards the attorney representing the victims and and trying to make all these legal arguments that number one. These were really victims. They shouldn't have been categorized as such because they never actually brought charges against him so they were trying to use all kinds of legal loopholes in order to justify what they did in to me. That was pretty startling. See the sort of epstein the prosecutors were on one side and the you know the victims and their attorney were on the other side when epstein team of lawyers were working on this case..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Fast on the indicator from plant money we bring you easy to understand explanations and human stories to help you make sense of the economy and we do it in just ten minutes a day. Our guest is miami herald investigative reporter julie k. Brown in two thousand eighteen. She published the results of her two year. Investigation into the alleged sex trafficking crimes of wealthy. Financier jeffrey epstein. Her series spurred federal authorities to reopen. The case that had ended with lenient plea deal in two thousand six after julie k. Brown series emerged. He was charged with a host of federal offenses epstein. Died in a manhattan jail cell in two thousand nineteen. That death was ruled. Suicide julie. k brown's new book is perversion of justice. The jeffrey epstein story we were talking about your conversations with those who survived his abuses and that that was an important part of the story. Another really important part was what happened in the criminal justice system. Why it it didn't serve them and didn't bring him to account for his crimes. Jeffrey epstein assembled a team of experienced high priced and aggressive lawyers. Let's talk about how they fought this investigation One thing they did was hire an investigators to look into the various parties. What what did they do. Well the a really hired relentless investigators who Not only followed these girls and try to talk to them when they were working. You know waitressing or working at a bagel shop. They would show up. They began to pursue them and their families by the way looking to every part of every dark corner of their lives that they could find to try to. You know basically intimidate them into cooperating with the police and what's really maddening about. This is that the authorities knew that epstein was doing list. They knew that he was sending people to intimidate. Not only the girls but their families and they didn't do anything about it. I mean they didn't try to threaten them with you. We're gonna charge you with interfering with a police investigation. Nothing like that It just seemed like they turned. You know the other way and didn't do anything about that and that progressed into them. These investigators also following the lead detective going through his trash the police chiefs entire past. I think one of his teachers from grade schools mentioned to his brother that someone had called him was enquiring about him..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The prosecutor didn't know who jeffrey epstein was and not knowing him they he. He told the police officers the detective Look we're going to go after this guy we're going to nail him you know etc go forward and then as he realized how connected obscene was. He started providing excuses to the police. About why they couldn't get this certain subpoena war. They were slow walking the taste and the police started really pushing hard but getting nowhere right. There was one police detective. Joe ra- carry that you describe. Got a phone call from a mom who had heard something about her stepdaughter. Having been involved in this. How hard or easy was it for him to gather evidence. Well he he did a very good job. I was fortunate enough to have a lengthy interview with him. E pass away in the middle of this investigation. When i was doing unfortunately but he was very dedicated. A he had been a highly decorated Police officer with palm beach done some a pump. Each has had its other share of high profile cases You know the kennedy rape case. Was there nave. Had a number of other cases this police small police department that is based on the island of palm beach but he nevertheless treated it like it was any other person he you know. Joe was sort of the salt. The earth New york born police officer. Who who really didn't it. Didn't he didn't care who jeffrey epstein laws. We're talking about how the palm beach police department had fairly thoroughly investigated epsteins crimes before the lenient plea deal but this is all kind of died down and then 2017 you decide. This deserves another close. Look why well. I knew it is sex. Trafficking was a huge problem in florida. And i thought that. I wanted to do an investigative story on sex trafficking. General and every time. I googled sex trafficking in florida. Quite frankly another. Jeffrey epstein story came up because this was covered over the years by a number of especially the local newspaper the palm beach post but none of the stories that i read seemed to answer exactly how he got away with what he got away with. It was clear that as the years went by that this was a larger crime than had been initially investigated. So i thought that perhaps i should take a new look at it and right around the time that i was sort of looking at the stories. Donald trump nominated. Alex cost to be labor secretary. And i was aware that a cost of was the former miami prosecutor who basically approved this Lenient plea deal with jeffrey epstein. So i think it was timely. A number one. It was a horrendous miscarriage of justice number. Two and number three. It seemed like everybody had sort of forgotten about right very and we should acosta was the federal prosecutor. The us attorney there Who had approved this deal now. You knew you wanted to track down the victims. The people that the the women that jeffrey epstein had abused in you know it had been ten years or more in some cases and you eventually identified..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Fresh Air

"He pled to soliciting prostitution and served thirteen months in a county jail before resuming. His jet setting lifestyle his rearrest in two thousand nineteen on federal sex trafficking. Charges was largely the result of a hard hitting investigative series in the miami herald which relied on a wealth of documentary evidence and the first hand accounts of women who said they were repeatedly abused adolescents by epstein and his palm beach florida mansion. They also said they were paid to recruit other teenage girls for him to exploit our guest. Today is the author of that series julie k. Brown she has a new book about the epstein case and her two year investigation that effectively shamed federal authorities into reopening the probe epstein died in a manhattan jail cell in august of two thousand nineteen in what was ruled. A suicide julie brown's reporting on the epstein case won a george polk award among other honors. She still an investigative reporter at the miami herald. I should note that. Julie brown and i know each other. We worked together at the philadelphia daily news years ago where she was a reporter and editor. Her new book is perversion of justice. The jeffrey epstein story julie k. brown welcome to fresh air. Thanks for having me dave We now know a lot about what. Jeffrey epstein was up to his house in palm beach. This mansion and..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"On and on goes on and on. So. The theory is in the biggest one that I've seen is the Clintons did it. I personally believe that it was just like everybody who was like in this book of his. Yeah got together and they were like listen. This could be bad for all of us. Yeah I don't think it would be just one one family. Yeah now. But They. Think that obviously, he didn't kill himself I mean. There's no way he killed himself but no, there's no. Evidence to support that theory. So they think that someone who was going to get badly her by the League of this information. Came up with this scheme to. Take down the the CC TB, a recordings to pay off the guards and to get the cellmate transferred. And then have somebody go in and kill him. Before the trial. I mean that sounds legit to me. I mean. Yeah Yeah I. Mean I think that's probably what happened. I, think that's the most plausible. Conspiracy theory honestly, I know there's a couple of other ones but they all seem really farfetched and they don't fit. I mean, it really does make the most sense because. The evidence lines up that he was murdered like strangled, murdered and. A who had to be someone at the prison who set everything up because I mean, you don't just have cameras go out you don't just have guards happened to fall asleep and then you put that in the log book incorrectly, you don't just have these things happen someone was paid to do that. So it had to be someone on his famous list who could easily do that without record. Exactly. So yeah. I. Think that's totally plausible. I'm. I agree. So wow. And listen there are so many theories. They're so many people out there just. Putting together loose ends you could literally spend a week on this. I mean I probably will after this. Well. If you do, I can give you a starting place. Lease. So like I'm like I was saying there's so much this case and it's actually still going in art still going on right now they've got his. Longtime partner delayed Maxwell going through a trial right now Guess. She helped groom some of the girls and stuff like that. Yes. I remember seeing those headlines. Yeah, it's she sick to. Gust these people Ramal into it it's just like, Oh, my God. But If you want to know more about the case I very much just covered the tip of the iceberg on it There's actually a net flicks, a limited series called Jeffrey Epstein Filthy Rich I think there's five episodes. I need to watch that. I mean, it's not. You know it's not good. I hate near the story because he's such a creep he's bad guy now and it honestly there were times I had to turn it off 'cause it was sick. You have to watch it on the right. Right mind frame for sure. But okay, that's a good. Morning. For sure. And urban trigger warnings all over by. Sting. To Watch and it's just crazy how much he got away with in that people just. They knew what was going on and they just turned a blind eye. So is just insane. So scary I definitely want to watch that. We. Hope you enjoyed today's episode. If you have a store, you want to cover you know the drill head on over social media platforms. Since in a direct message, you can catch us on facebook or instagram at farsight or email us at farside chats at gmail.com. Want to dive deeper the story head on over to our website at Farside chats, dot com, and check out our resources. Next week, we're taking a trip to the big easy. Yes. Folks were talking about millions remember all. It's a jungle out there. So make good choices and be aware of your surroundings will catch them when we're back from the far side. How do we start the again? Where Cool Lenient. Moving forward in nineteen thirty three, he was involved in one of the biggest pined. What he said Nineteen thirty three mother father Haven that's the first one actually bloop. So Hey. Who? I was trying to go for a different song and I can remember how it goes. Epstein also paid certain. Right here. Let's get to the sticky ICKY. To check his cell or blew up. To add all that the two cameras in front, of Epstein, sale of. Were being. Attacked A. Parent is not of on limited. That's the story of Jeffrey Epstein, who did not suicide himself episode complete..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Com. Everything entertainment? Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer there, But before we get to that, I just sort of mentioned at the tail end of that. Conversation about Gillian Maxwell and the masseuse from Jeffrey Epstein's islands, spilling tales about which were dumb. About what was going on on the island specifically with Prince Andrew, but but we mentioned that there was another story that happened over the weekend involving a judge who was assigned To the Jeffrey episode. Les, You know what happens? Oh, sorry about that. Well, that came on fast. So, Bradley, do you have that story in front of you? Yeah, It's just it's still unfolding, and it's hard to know what's really going on. And Holly you references during a commercial break, But there was a There's there was a judge, a federal judge who there was an attack on her husband and son, and I believe both were shot Fatally. Then there is a man that is believed to be in connection with that shooting who was found dead. On DH, so the story is still unfolding. But what I will say is that there is a connection between the judge whose family was attacked and Jeffrey Epstein because that she, in addition to working on a bunch of other several high profile cases. Was recently assigned a class action suit from Deutsche Bank, which are deutschebank investors, anyway, who claim that the company failed to monitor high risk customers, which included, but we're not limited to the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, so You know, there are some dots being connected and a lot of questions that have remained unanswered. But it's visibly will in the weeks and months to come. It's so interesting because There are A lot of People players that were Keeping that it was in their best interest to try to help keep secrets about what was going on with Jeffrey Epstein and the islands that he owned and his finances and his the company. He kept etcetera, right. Lots of people that stood to benefit from that, and They still likely do after his death. And so you know, the story about Jeffrey Epstein, to be sure is and not to go off on a tangent. But the story about Jeffrey Epstein is this is so much more about Jeffrey Epstein. And if you think that, Oh, Jeffrey Epstein's dead so Sure immediate danger wise. There are no women being abused at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein. But the things that Jeffrey Epstein did where he did not do them in a vacuum, and those things still exist in occur and the way he was allowed Tio To perpetrate his crimes still exists, and people are still capable of doing it. And I guarantee there are people who are perfect training the very same crime. So the more we know, even though after he's gone, which is why Adjudicating all these issues even beyond his death is important. Elaine Maxwell, etcetera, etcetera because it will show us how this is done such that we can pay attention to see who else is doing it and hopefully, save and rescue a bunch of people or account for the crimes of people against women. Absolutely. You know what? Let's let's get you some celebrities behaving badly. We call them do birds. Presenting load and Lady douche bag of day, some.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast

The Unimaginary Friendcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast

"Pop. Up. Welcome Tuti unimagined. Fast. This is a conversation with your best friends. And we blow the lid off of all kinds of topics to be doing that again today. We're so excited. We're still socially distanced because all that shit going on in the world. We are your hosts. I am Nixon Bond Edmonson Aaron Marie Betty Davis Junior. and. I'm David Manchester. Debt Cam all right. So. Our countries burning down. The moment so we thought we tackled some lighter fare. and. We decided that we're going to watch committed what? No keep going. Keep going come on. I'm going to get big reveal cheese. So. We decided that we're going to watch. There's a whole bunch of documentaries out now about. The pedophile rapist billionaire Jeffrey Epstein Guy. So Nathan and I watched. The netflix stock, which was four hours called filthy, rich and David watched. Truth is which I think was on ABC, and we learned a lot about this gentleman, and we thought this idea, an interesting change of pace from. All a crazy stuff going on in the world. We're.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Pro Rata

"It to know what to trust axios. AM takes the effort of getting smart by synthesizing. The ten stories that that will drive the day. And telling you I they matter subscribe at sign up dot axios DOT COM and now back to the podcast. We're joined now by Axis. This is Felix Salmon. You have been covering the MIT Jeffrey Epstein connection relationship for months now so goodwin procter comes out with this giant report last week. Your initial reaction after reading through it was what they miss the Elephant in the room to Epstein. If you read what Reverend Farrow reported in the New Yorker and live reported on axios Epstein was generally understood we've given about eight million dollars to MIT and they've concentrated straight through on eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars of that and they missed the seven million five majority of it that effectively came via Bill Gates. And Leon. I'm glad the Bill Gates and Leon black pieces you say the larger parts of the Epstein donations to MIT. This was what you call a loophole right whereby basically Epstein pretended like the money came from other people or other people's foundations correct did come from other people so to many it came from gates and five million of it came from black and everyone at the MIT media lab understood. These were ever seen donations. He got all of the credit for with them. Neither black nor gates wanted any credit for it and we now know from having read the Goodwin Crop to report that Joey Ito who is running the media lab at the time I'm actually talk to an MIT development officer when they were working out whether and how they should accept money from Ezzeddine and say well. Why don't we just walked what's donations? The Epstein gives money to one of somebody in their favorite course and then billion that gives money to MIT and the money is coming from the from FC theme so it looks fine. That was actually a proposal by Joey. Ito isn't it. The basic definition or at least a layman's definition of money laundering. MIT is pretty explicit in its reporter. I'm sorry Goodwin. Procter as they did argues it found no evidence of money laundering correct and the reason they found no evidence is because they basically that their attempts to find evidence was found out Liam lack and Bill Gates and said. Did you do this on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Gates said No. I didn't and Leon Black Kim say anything at all. Oh and they said well. We can't see any evidence that this was obscene money. Despite the fact that they did talk to Joey Ito and so presumably. Joey told old that that he understood this to be seen money. I know they told to suck some could even be told them that he thought that it with Dean money. There was a lot of seconds. Banjul evident didn't you know with in in terms of the understanding within the media lab that this was at even money but apparently they couldn't find any hot evidence for that and by the way for those. Who Don't know everybody knows the Bill Gates's the multi-billionaire founder of Microsoft? Leon black is a big private equity executive the CEO of Apollo Global Management. It was interesting Goodwin report is you and I were slacking back and forth with each rather. They said they could not contact or they could not get in touch with a representative lamb. Black I'm a basic reporter I've gotten in touch with the representative Leon. Black about this very subject. How could goodwin procter? Who went through all this time and money and effort how could they have not reached somebody? I think you should be working for. Goodwin Procter Dan. I get paid more. It'd be great because Guilio bedrick getting into. I believe I'm black. Let's go back a little bit or broaden out a little bit I guess which is what was the motivation for Jeffrey Epstein to even care about donating so much money money to mit that he would go through all this nation's to get the money to them. Jeffrey goes to jail perfect crimes. In two thousand eight he comes out and his contain. Desire in. Life is to be able to continue hobnobbing with rich and famous and smart and successful individuals. So he likes to be able to hang out with Reid Hoffman and Sucker Berg and Joey Ito all these famous scientists to MIT and Harvard. And that that kind of thing and if he just turns up on campus as a convicted sex offender. No one's GonNa give time of day. So the way that he manages to become a socially pretty acceptable human beings like greasing the way with money and with flights on his private jet and all of the other things. He was extremely good at doing in terms of getting himself becoming becoming persona grata. You might say among the kind of people that he wanted the respect at mit. Obviously Joey Ito is no longer there. There was also following this goodwin procter reporter professor so who is basically put on indefinite leave and and it seems like he will be gone too but the senior management or senior leadership I guess of. MIT is essentially exonerated. In this report. The report says kind Kinda see no evil hear no evil from your perspective is goodwin procter kind of letting them pass the buck here or sincerely president etc were they really. In the dark so the Goodwin reports says the the Epstein visited the MIT campus nine times and then no one in the senior mit it administration knew about that possible right I mean I've visited mit dozens of times and senior leadership on there. No but the point is the Joey Ito new and if definitely revisionist to start saying Joey to wasn't senior leadership within mit he was probably the second most high-profile pass at Mit. And possibly the most high-profile pass I might depending on how you feel about your life. So he knew and he was extremely high profile extremely important and the idea that he doesn't really counts as being MIT MIT media. Lab might be thankful that seems a bit ridiculous Felix filed question for you. This report is out. There's been lots of media reporting the MIT Epstein Steen. Story that piece of the Jeffrey Epstein Story Do you think it is now done. Is this the final chapter. No because there was just way too many questions still to be answered about gates black. And what's more there's huge shoe to drop about audit the whole Haver Epstein relationship which is much much bigger than the MIT relationship has yet to really we'd be uncovered and when that happens probably mit is going to get dragged back into that as well. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you my final two right after this axios gives you the news and analysis. You need to get smarter faster on the most important topics in our unique smart brevity format we cover topics from from politics to science and media tech subscribed to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios Dot Com and now back to the podcast it. Now it's time for my final two and alphabet the parent company of Google. which on Friday announced that its longtime chief legal officer David? Drummond is leaving at the end of January and honestly it is a wonder it took this long. Drummond has been at the center of a board investigation into Google's culture of sexual harassment both for his role in overseeing sexual harassment complaints and also for his own improprieties in terms of the former. He was involved in giving former android. Chief Andy Rubin. Tens of millions of dollars to quietly walk away after some pretty horrific charges against him in terms of the ladder. Drummond has admitted to fathering a child with direct subordinate. who was then forced to leave Google's legal department because she yeah the female subordinate and new mom represented an apparent conflict of interest? The the bottom line here. Google might be changing a culture where don't be evil was more of a coffee mug motto than something actually practiced and violence morning Michael McCain. CEO of Canadian food packaging giant maple leaf foods on Sunday slammed the trump administration over what he views. It's ill-conceived plan to divert attention in from political woes. In other words. He's saying these strikes that killed rain. In general Sulejmani were to divert attention from impeachment and remember in the process of this and the reason McCain in cares is that Iran in response attack. US Vases and mistakenly shot down a passenger airliner that was headed from Tehran. So Ukraine two of those killed build on the plane were the wife and eleven year old son of a maple leaf foods employees and McCain tweets quote. I am very angry and time isn't making me less angry. This this is a reminder of how this entire situation. US Iran dispute is playing north of the border but like everything else has become a twitter Royce. Our test with with McCain being praised by trump's critics while some of trump's supporters already are pledging to boycott maple leaf foods products. And we're done big. Thanks for listening. And to my producers Tim Servers and they omit shaven have a great national rubber ducky day. And we'll be back tomorrow with another podcast..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on DV Radio

"Dirty thirty and if you recognize the voices me mark davis and <hes>. I don't want you guys to start to think that i only come back. When there's something massive that happens in the world know me and my family just moved. I told you that a couple of weeks ago and i just now have set up my commitment to record and now i'm going to be faithful and dedicated to actually recording radio shows for you guys to listen to you and argue with me about okay so if you have any questions you can head over to facebook and i'll type in devi marquee. You can argue with me there <hes> you you can follow me on instagram at marquee davis one also twitter marquee a davis one and you can argue with me on any opinion that i have on this show that you do. I'm not think is right okay so let's start the one thing i do want to talk about. Are these mass shootings now. You're thinking houses affect me as a veteran or other person or civilian well. It's simple you know <hes>. These mass shootings happened in places where people would not have expected it. They were just chilling during a normal life routine and then next thing you know someone is opening fire killing people. Let's look at <hes> two thousand sixteen june twelve when forty nine people were killed and the pulse nightclub in orlando. They're in. They're just having a gale time laughing it up dancing drinking and dan and omar mateen twenty nine years old came in and shot him up less look at the recent one ought to happen in el paso <hes> what happened there there were also get. Let's look at the vegas nightclub one so in las vegas <hes> stephan paddock. He came in and started shooting and a crowd of twenty in two thousand people who were therefore concert now. Let's think about this okay. So why am i talking about this well as a lot of people when these occur who were very upset and very vocal about the <hes> second amendment and the right to bear arms <hes> i'm not against that i believe everyone in america's should have a firearm. You know i mean it's protection. If you know how to use it and you legally attained it and you you keep it safe yes. You should have a firearm as many as you want. That's my stance on it okay but i'm also against having firearms at do such massive damage like <hes> i know people say oh well. All firearms do a lot of damage. Oh my god what are you talking about. I understand that but but i'm talking about a semiautomatic ak forty seven or a semiautomatic r. m. four type rifle carbine rifle <hes>. What are we shooting at that. We need that many rounds to take down. That's what i'm trying to figure out so even if you use it for hunting. What are we the hunting bright that requires me to us. Thirty rounds to shoot at bears. Are we hunting bears. I mean and then people who hunt bears don't relatively us they don't they will not use carbine weapon or ak forty. Seven hundred bear not gonna you something a lot more powerful. That's going to be single shot bolt fed. That's gonna take bear down as not going to be hader air. Tommy does a bear. Let me just unload all of my ammo onto this bear ni- gonna happen not going to happen people. I'm sorry it's just not going to have their funding shoe you no we shot them all every every single one of the veteran here or active duty who's listening to the sound of my voice from this station or podcast. You have shot arrival and you have enjoyed it. I mean it's fun. It really is fun to fill the power and the and the deadly devastation that it can bring when you shoot a weapon and i'm not against people owning him. I'm just trying to figure out why do you need it. If you want to bring up the hunting or you wanna bring up self-defense. It's okay but can't you get the same amount of of self defending power from a pistol or small-calibre <hes> <hes> you know sidearm. Why do we have to have a a._k._47. Debt if you know how to you can make it into a fully automatic weapon happen because you know here in america. You can't buy fully automatic weapons but even if i have a import car bond you know just a regular carbon repin. I i can squeeze that trigger extremely fast to make it seem like that's about the be <hes> automatic weapon or three round bursts or something like that you know <hes>. It's just <hes> kind of bewildering to me. It's kinda weird that people are so upset that we <hes> a lot of people in the united states warrant a little bit more stringent background check. That's it. That's all i've been really hearing. I mean other than the lunatics on on the left on the left hand side who wants to completely ban all weapons. We see how that worked out in britain right. They just had a guy just going damn killing spree with a knife. He just went on a killing spree with a knife. Let me look this up. Real quick so that i can put this into context for you <hes> because let let me see do came ninth mass murder. Let's see what is said. Okay here. We august seventh two thousand nine all right two thousand nineteen two thousand nineteen. I do apologize apologize <hes> whereas story so some do apparently went on a crazy killing spree what a knife an and <hes> the u._k. And i'm trying to find a story is this from the national review and they have a whole bunch of filler in here like okay. I'm trying to find a knife. I'm not trying to talk about explosive explosive mass murderers that happened in manchester. No no no no do a quick rank what journal school the journalist school are these people going to what you have to write so much bull crap. Just tell the story. I mean walter conkrite what he would do. He would just get on news and he would just tell you <hes> today. The president got killed boom that we go whether that filler bs so. I'm not reading that stupid store because it's just too much and i i don't care right now so but but let's get back to the point here so when you look at these mass murders people also so comparing them to the murders that are happening in chicago so let's think of it. This way okay murder with any any weapon is wrong k. I mean i'm talking about cold. Blooded murder not not not self defense but cold blooded murder is wrong okay. I'm pretty much every religion in the world. Dow <hes> the decrees that murder is bad and you'll go to hell or your go to whatever the bad place is that our religion believes in if you commit murder because there's not a human's place to take another human life that is the realm of the gods all right so murders back. We got death.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on AP News

"Jeffrey Epstein killed himself says one of the two people guarding him the night he died wasn't a regular correctional officer person spoke on condition of anonymity adding that Epstein hanged himself with a bed sheet federal prisons face shortages of fully trained guards are using support staff to fill in for correctional officers including clerical workers and teachers a second person also speaking on condition of anonymity says investigators found the guards who were supposed to check on F. teen every thirty minutes spent several hours between checks before he was found on Saturday gene was awaiting trial on sexual trafficking charges Attorney General William Barr says those who helped him are still being investigated and could face charge let me assure you that this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with abstain accusers of abstain say his dad should scrap the non prosecution agreement a negotiated with Florida federal prosecutors more than a decade ago court filing came in a long running lawsuit against the government by women who claim they were not consulted about the two thousand a plea deal as required by the federal crime victims rights act but precinct prosecutors say a long time friend of Dayton gunmen Connor bats eat in Cali bot body armor a gun accessory and a one hundred round magazine for him last year Holly was involved because bats wanted to hide the purchase of these of this ammunition are if there is magazine body armor and A. R. part from his parents US attorney Benjamin Glassman says Kali didn't know what bats was planning but he lied about his drug use on a federal firearms form when you bought a pistol not used in the attack this is a P. radio news tumblr the Darling of early social media is being sold again this time by Verizon logging platform word press is the buyer tumblr is known for its devoted fanbase and has been home to some angry post from celebrities like Taylor swift tumblr it was sold to Melissa Meyers Iago in twenty thirteen for more than a billion dollars our promise to not screw it up a rise in inherited tumblr when it bought Yahoo it had hoped the deal would help create an ad business to compete with Google and Facebook it didn't work Verizon is cut jobs and has sold some Yahoo properties tumblr angered many users last year when it banned porn I'm a Donna he's starting next week forty thousand census bureau workers will fan out across the country verifying and updating people's addresses into run after the twenty twenty census a listers will walk every block of every street in the nation to make sure the physical addresses match those in the government files on to acquire a B. radio news farmers insurance knows that when you're in the car and that song comes no not that one well yes that's the one you have no choice but to pull out your imaginary drumsticks and smash those symbols and stop on that kick pedal unfortunately.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Nintendo switch or whatever especially out in that area. Some of these private clubs provide some of the best money for your work. Oh, I bet. And then there's Courtney wild who was a victim beginning at the age of fourteen wild says by the time, I was sixteen. I had probably brought him seventy to eighty girls who were all fourteen fifteen years old. He was involved in my life for years. And we just not skip over the fact that this one person Virginia claimed that both Dershowitz, the lawyer and Prince Andrew royalty were involved. How intense is that an especially occurring moral law go where all of these highly important people are just kind of coming through a number whenever and now we have somebody who's claiming to have brought him seventy to eighty girls. I I'm sorry. We just had to pause for a moment. And the L let's continue with the disgustingness. So there's general Lisa Jones who said that she was also choose also assaulted by obscene when she was fourteen. She has a chilly and haunting quote here. I was I was somewhat divided over whether we should read it aloud. But here it is you can't ever stop your thoughts a word can trigger something for me. It is the word pure because he called me pure in that room. And then I remember what he did to me in that room. Just I dunno gets. Gets. There's Haley Robinson Virginia Robinson was working at mar a Lago when she was recruited to be masseuse Palm Beach hedge fund manager. Jeffrey Epstein there are tons of Jane does. Yeah. We don't know. How many there are? We know what the herald found right? The herald says they found eighty they located sixty talked to flock to eight but only four would go on the record with their names, and you can understand that too. Because a lot of these people have been quashed by settlements and nondisclosure agreements. A settlement with a indie. A or nondisclosure agreement means that if someone? If someone alleges a crime, you wanna keep it out a court, regardless of what it is. You can have a legal team drop a contract that says without admitting guilt, here's X amount of dollars. And in return. You can't talk about it. You agree to never talk about this. The problem is that a lot of those things as we see don't really hold up in court. If you're asking someone not to confess crime. You know what I mean? Yeah. So those are those are victims those are collaborators, or as you said, no conspirators, but there are some people fighting the good fight on the side as well. So there were several investigators involved in the case, we have Joseph for Kerry who is the lead detective for the case. And in his first interview, he said the evidence that apartment collected to support the girls stories was overwhelming included all kinds of stuff all kinds of damning evidence phone, call records copies of written phone messages from the girls found in Epsteins trash and Epsteins flight logs that showed his private plane in Palm Beach on the days. The girls were scheduled to give us Aaj is pretty damning stuff. Yeah. The police report also showed how eerily consistent the girls stories were just down to the tea right down to their detailed descriptions of Epstein's genitalia. And then. There's Michel writer who is the former chief of police in Palm Beach. He was the chief during this investigation. And he said detectives were astonished by the sheer volume of victims coming and going from the house the frequency sometimes several in the same day and the universally young ages of these girls. Michael writers says it started out to give him in backrub, but many cases turn to some far worse than that elevated to a serious crime in some cases sexual batteries. And then there's a nother good. I mean, this is almost true detective level. You know what I mean? Yeah. As far as the web that is under here. There's the attorney for the victims scanning Brad Edwards. He's representing several the young women who were abused as miners by Epstein his law office is packed with files from the case. And he's been fighting the power at every turn often, outnumbered outgunned outmanned because you see the true detective thing is not just a pop culture reference for us here..

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"All the actual decisions investment management decisions were made by Epstein himself, and he's sort of computer phobic, not a big fan of emails and so on. So he's always talking. On the phone, which will be important later. So how much money is he making some estimates will say he is or was raking in around seventy five million a year, but that's a guesstimate. And that's why in a lot of stories about the guy, and there weren't many in some fairly recently. You'll hear him described as either a multimillionaire or a billionaire people. Don't really know. Yeah. You have to imagine. If he's bringing in even somewhere around seventy five million dollars a year with his acumen, his understanding of investment, he's probably, you know, gotten well upwards of a billion, I'm assuming well, it's like the Putin question. How much money does Ladd Mira Putin have not I mean which palace. Are you going to search right? How long do you want to live? Oh, jeez. Okay. Well, here's the big question with however, much money, he's acquired what does a guy like Jeffrey Epstein do with all. Of those piles of cash beanie babies, he sets them on fire. Oh, man. A bunch of beanie babies. Buy them a bunch of magic cards, then set the whole thing on fire. Where to Cape what's his monocle top hat position. Well, I'll tell you for real what he does is. And what anyone should probably do Cape. So bad. I'm sorry via Cape. I then just start purchasing real estate purchasing land purchasing stuff that goes on land different structures with them on land that you own. That's what you do. Yes. So he owns that private island in the US. Virgin islands. We didn't mention what the nickname for this thing is no it's little Saint Jeffrey little Saint Geoffrey Geoffrey of the us, virtually let's yeah. But seriously, he owns an island. He owns Alan. It's it's who is asking Jonathan Strickland was asking me about this earlier. And it is in fact, not shaped like a skull, which I know is a huge Downer for everyone. Do you think he still has a layer though? Yes. He does have a layer y'all says a Japanese bath house on this island. Yeah, we're going to learn more about that in just. A little bit. But here's the other thing. Will he owns on the island of Manhattan, the what is considered the largest private residence nine stories tall? Yeah. He owns that. And in Ireland to same. He also funds extensive legitimate scientific research through something humbly named the Jeffrey Epstein the sixth foundation, and it's cool. It is genuinely cool. It's it's genuinely good since two thousand the foundation has given around two hundred million a year per year to people like Stephen hawking more of immense ski Eric Lander. George church been Gert soul other like numerous Nobel laureates Lawrence Krauss men Lawrence crosses. Well. And over the years. The foundation has brought a lot of these scientists together in these sort of brain storming conference situations to get on the same page about fundamental topics like gravity global threats to earth the ever. Dilution of language. So you can see some of the implications here. Usually when billionaires philanthropists are saying, let's understand gravity. They're they're asking. How can we use it somehow ripe? Yeah. Global threats to earth. I mean, this all goes back to making smart investment choices to I think the language thing is really interesting. I'm sure there's a lot of groupthink theory because that would be valuable in the stock market. So this is in my opinion, one of those things that you do see every once in a while when a certain individual or group acquires enough wealth that philanthropy is able to kick in at this point, at least to this level. We're a big of a new creation occurs. That is helping that truly is helping humanity in some way in some small way in this case, just bringing scientists to a consensus could be massively important to get everyone on the same page to actually get the earth to start making some big changes, right rather. Than just a country or one small group. It's it's tough for me to know this. And then also know what we're going to talk about in just a few minutes rights. Let's let's stick with the good stuff. While while we can you can see the official about page for the Epstein foundation when talks about how is funded in two thousand how it in two thousand three established a program for evolutionary dynamics Harvard University with thirty thirty five million dollars seed money gift.

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"jeffrey  epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey epstein" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Architect from soup-to-nuts stem to stern from investments to philanthropy to tax planning to security to a swabbing, the the the guilt and burdens that people felt because they had you know, inherited wealth that they clearly did not earn. He said to one of his friends at the time. I want people to understand the power the responsibility and the burden of their money. He would take total control of the billion dollars who charge a flat fee, and you would also get power of attorney to do whatever he deemed necessary to advance his clients financial goals, and he was really strict about all these conditions. And there's this whole thing where he's he's really did. Stick to this whole if you're a billionaire where cool if you're not get the hell how I mean? It's I mean as crazy as that sounds like people would come to him with seven hundred million dollars put it on the table. Essentially in say, Jeff, I need your help, buddy. I've got seven hundred million dollars a need you to work this through three. And he's like no get out, basically, not so kind. Thank. No, no. Thank you, basically because they were just a little short of that billion. Yeah. It's like, I don't run a business for hobos. And that's okay. So this is a quick pause here. Because that's a question. I have how many billionaires were there in nineteen Eighty-one. We know there are more. Now, you know, partially due to inflation personally do rise of business in other countries. But were there that many billionaires in nineteen eighty one? I I don't know. I would think not I would imagine. There was very very rarefied field. Right. There were the couldn't have been that many. I mean that inherited wealth. There's there are at least several hundred families that have you know, that's true because I was thinking of individuals. So it might be like a dynasty that collects all of their ill-gotten gains or or happy gotten gains. You know, some billionaires are really sweet and do nice things for the earth and for its inhabitants. Right. Sure. Maybe maybe I don't personally know everybody on the planet. So I want to be fair. Well, there's also probably some that. You know, do it with great humility and don't brag about it. Right. Right. I would I would I would hope, but then you give it to a Jeffrey Epstein who says I land to Leo. And that's you know, that's the smart thing to do. It just makes me think of that. Balzac quote behind every great fortune. There is a crime in earlier that but yeah, you guys are absolutely right. There are clearly people who you know, if you're born into wealth, and you don't have control over your circumstances. Then of course, there are people who want to do great acts to make the world a better place. Bill Gates took himself down several notches financially to help combat disease. That's that's that's a stand up thing. I still hate clicky, but fighting diseases a noble thing, you know, we wouldn't Josh and Chuck interviewed Bill Gates. I actually got to go with them and meet him in a hotel room. And Josh brought up clip. And apparently Bill Gates is still quite fond of clipping. Yeah. Bill Gates love Skippy. He has like a relationship with it. He's the only one so. When I was a kid. I liked to put it to slow down the word processor. So. Speaking of billionaires who are Jeffries clients aside from one client, a billionaire named Leslie Wexler Epstein keeps his list a closely guarded secret. And he's also sort of a vase of about his process and what he does. Yeah. You could call it wealth management, but that's sort of like, Colleen something A structure. A shack can be a structure, so can skyscraper or a pyramid or nuclear bunker. There are a lot of things that could be considered that wealth management. So he's firm employs as many or employed as many as one hundred and fifty people, but their task were overwhelmingly dated a bureaucracy and admin stuff like accountants to make sure the internal finances of the company running.

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