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"wexner house" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Less than ethical means on. So he's got all the money, but he has no friends. So Glenn Maxwell is somebody who's a socialite You Know Her dad was in a Robert Maxwell, who owned the UK. The Sun in the UK also died of mysterious circumstances that kind of stuff. And but so like she's the, she's his connector which kind of feeds into the whole. She's his groomer. For all of this stuff that goes on and so they and the and the first story that they really get into is it's Maria farmer who is an art student at the New York, University of arts. And she tells this whole story about how they part of their curriculum is at the end of it they you a show they have a showing and it's a thing and she's ecstatic because she has three pieces entered into it and somebody comes through and buys them for twelve grand a piece and but then I forget her first name. Say. Comes along and says, Oh, here's the deal Durable that you already have them sold, but you can't sell them to those people you have to sell them to these two people I and she introduces them to Jeff Epstein and then going Maxwell. Because they're huge benefactors of the academy. And Oh, by the way, you're not selling them for twelve thousand dollars a piece. You're gonNA give them a discount. I think she sells them for like four grand six grand. It's like more than half off. Yeah. It's. It's it's more than the friends and family land like it's that's yeah it's. Just. Like no right off the rib that that is something that was done for a reason and and like you said, like he was a huge benefactor them. So it makes sense that she would want to like push that. And then I. think that right after that she starts talking about her That she has like. Wall. So the first thing they say is you know she says. An Epstein kind of jokes with her that says, oh I know we're getting a discount but will make it up to you like it'll it'll all it'll all work out in the end for you and then they do then then they fast forward to her younger sister where you know 'cause like apparently there's this whole situation and seen the where they're basically grooming Maria anti-illegal will tell us about your family and she mentioned she has a younger sister who and she wants to get into this and she wants to get into that. In the Ivy League and she wants to go where was it Spain or something I can't remember where Thailand why? Well. Jeffrey, suggested to her is what would be really good for your career is to go abroad. Yeah and so I will pay for you to go abroad. So you should totally come to my house in new. Mexico. So he's signing her up with I have all these networking connections I have all this money. I. Have All this I'm willing to help you and I will help you right and that's the thing is a lot of these girls that he's taking advantage of our living in poverty or they have. Burst into play when they start talking about the whole beach thing absolutely, and that doesn't come into play until a bit later by right we just know. Yeah them is GonNa something that. Yeah absolutely and I think it's worth mentioning. I'M VICKY WAR AS The. Investigative Journalists for. Vanity Fair and she's the one that kind of breaks into this and find out what happens is as she starts asking people around like the reason they found Maria was somebody that she's talking to says, Hey. If you're digging into Jeffrey Epstein, Ray I gotTA friend who had a less than cool experience with him. Why don't you go get her story? Had gone to the. To the FBI is saying. This is after she found out southbound, right? So this is. The interview with Vanity. Fair with even is like this is two thousand three like 'cause 'cause. That's the thing like one thing to keep in mind when you're watching the stories, they do time jump right and so like the whole like that. So two thousand three was when the interview happened. The whole thing that happened with marina sister was back in nineteen ninety six. One thousand, nine, hundred, five. So you know there's a situation that goes on with the sister. In the House of New Mexico, and this is the first time we hear the massage angle. Where you know, hey, we're going to give jeff massage and then suddenly everybody's naked and. Immediately well and so but then and then the other thing that happens is Maria gets so they obscene kind of dangled the carrot of. You'RE GONNA, go hang out at Les Wexner House and for those unfamiliar with Les Wexner Guy That owns Victoria's secret than limited. He owns many many things and set her up as an artist in residence there So obscene and Glenn Maxwell show up there and then very similar things happen like, Hey, we're going to. Jeff wants you to rub his feet and it's funny even I mean not funny. Haha more. The milk smells funny but like you even years later you like you can still see that visceral reaction on her face. She's like I knew that something was go site. and so they basically Rafer. Mad at the house in Ohio and so she reaches out to her sister who in her young again, her younger sister who just says talk about it at that point but they you know they finally talk it out and so and then this is like this is one of those things that just keeps hammering the point home over and over and over again. So in. Nineteen ninety-six. They go to the NYPD. 'cause they they both wind up back in New York and and and the NYPD and rightfully so you can't blame them for this. The NYPD says it's do that happened in Ohio and New Mexico. There's not a damn thing we can do about this. So they go to the FBI. And they file a report and they name all the names and they do all the things Now, nothing and that's I, think that's the scariest part about the entire thing is that like nothing happens yeah. If something had happened then maybe a whole bunch of girls could have been saved could have been saved from this experience and literally hundreds hundreds and right and also in the same episode. this was brought like in this first episode and it gets more into that. But after Vanity Fair fines all out, they have to go check the re. They have to fact check with Jeffrey Epstein and Jaffrey. APP seen basically size will these women were infatuated with me? They wanted these relationships and they believe able to have while not I, and I don't think they necessarily believed him but he threatened them and he told the. Journalists Vicki. War. Who was reporting on the story? She was pregnant at the time he said I know every single doctor. And I will have a witch doctor put. admitted. Painfully. Clear that. She was something would have then. ended up finding that yeah. The editor in chief of Vanity Fair I, forget his name. I. Didn't write it down but he found a severed cat had in his garden and and at a bullet on his front porch. On his front porch. So he was fucking while yeah, that's fucking mild just fucking data's fucking wild and so what ended up happening was after the girls decided to tell their story to vanity fair Vanity Fair ran without any of that without. Roll all of et right and. The. Journalists Vicki War was like pissed off about it..
"wexner house" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"Epstein Jeffrey Epstein trafficked a bunch of little girls some as young as twelve years old by accounts of some of his other victims. Some of these children were for himself, but the main crux of the operation seems to have been a honeypot scheme. In which wealthy and powerful men from all over the world were lured with promises of. Sexual relations apparently with little, children? And there were a bunch of documents that were recently unsealed. They have to do with Jillian Maxwell, I don't know how you pronounce her name. I've heard a pronounced, the thousand different ways, the Sunday. I'm going to go with Jillian because it sounds the the rightist to me but. Maxwell was the quote unquote. Madam of this operation is being alleged. And she would recru- young girls. and. She would say to them, Hey, you know you could be a masseuse. You can make a lot of money. You could travel all over the world and you can meet rich and powerful people. You can be a model mean, she basically told them whatever she had to. It seems to get them the go along and cooperate with what these people had in store for them. New byles, she would call them according to other victims. We have to go out and find more new byles she would say. She would have relations with these girls herself. according to victims or just pass them onto Jeffrey or both. What are the one of the? Things to come out. About this. Whole Jeffrey. Epstein. Thing. One, among many amazing things and I don't mean amazing. Isn't good I mean amazing as in spectacularly awful and bed. but but one of the amazing things that Epstein apparently tells Maxwell back in twenty fifteen in an email. Hey, you know you didn't do anything. Wrong. He tells her. We didn't do anything real. Go on about your life. As if everything is normal, he writes to her go out, go to parties should enjoy yourself enjoy your life. They didn't do anything wrong. My Gosh. If if all of this is their definition of normal, if all of this is their definition of of okay, I would hate to see what their definition of wrong is what they consider. Wrong. If all of this is right. Maxwell. Of course is in is in custody now Epstein is dead. They say he committed suicide? That's the official line. What exactly you believe he died of, that's for you to the side. But it turns out the whole point. Of. This, scheme. Was a worldwide sex trafficking ring of little girls to wealthy and powerful individuals. Mostly men because men were stupid enough to fall for this stuff and do this kind of stuff as far as we know. With the purpose of getting dirt on them. That's the story here. The story. Here's this worldwide set. You know a lot of people, WANNA. Concentrate on well bill. Clinton was on Epstein plane and he had the secret service. You know stay back whenever he traveled on this plane or there was this mysterious. Disgusting Island in the Caribbean were all of these things took place or or took place on Epsteins, plane itself the Lolita. You know all those things are important. they deserve to be researched. They deserve to be known. They deserve to be parts of the story, but make no mistake about it. The real story here is why? Why was this operation started? Why was it set up by whom and for what purpose? Host, this is a worldwide. You know his jet Jeffrey Epstein's victims talk about. Making, as much as two hundred dollars an hour, and this is back twenty, five, thirty years ago when that was actually a decent amount of money, you know. Now the Fed just keeps printing money. So all the money in your pocket just keeps getting more and more diluted pretty soon, it's not going to be worth the paper. It's printed on twenty, five thirty years ago. That was real money. They talk about how he took him shopping and knotted sears or you know the gap or JC Penney, Chanel and Gucci, and those kind of places, luxury brands we're talking conservatively. You need a budget. This thing has to be funded with millions of dollars a year. It needs sites for these things. Take Place. It needs coordination and needs infrastructure in needs, poorly, protection and installation. How many people do you have to pay off to keep quiet about the stuff? Mean these two freaks, Maxwell and Epstein, they weren't just out here. Freelancing, blackmailing of wealthy and powerful will blackmailing them to do what? That's the story here. That's what we have to focus on. and. Don't tell me. It's about money. I mean Epstein had a plane. In a mansion in Manhattan on the Upper East side, one of the most expensive piece of real estate in Manhattan, which is saying something. A mansion in Palm Beach Ditto for that. House. A ranch in New Mexico where they were going to build all kinds of crazy things. He had his own private island in the Caribbean. I mean, does it stands to reason this was all about money. I mean. It doesn't sound to me on the face of it like was going to bed hungry at night. Bill. Clinton. was implicated in this thing has as mentioned former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson. You think you think bill. Richardson. Has Money. He's a civil servant, they don't have money. But. Do they have the political power and influence? That's what it's about. I used to wonder. Just, what it was that made our elected officials. Get into office, and then seemingly forget everything that got them there and act in ways that were seemingly the exact opposite of the best interests of their country. And Act in the exact opposite of the best interests of their countrymen. Okay. Well, maybe that's a little bit naive. The countrymen statement, but they were acting in the exact opposite of of of the interest of the voters that put them there, and so therefore, by extension the exact opposite of their own best interests well, now we know. We're beginning to get a much better idea. It's slowly coming into focus certain actors from over the world intelligence agencies from all over the world. Europe, Israel other places have videotapes of these men having sex with little children. That's what it is. I mean that's that's enough to make you change a vote on a certain bill earlier, your stance towards a certain issue, isn't it? See It only seemed as an and the thing is, is that they used pedophilia. Because that in many ways is the only. Sin. The, only unforgivable sin left every I. Mean. If they used, you know the blackmail of of these men having extramarital affairs with other adult women mean that you know. Okay. We might have to resign from office over the shame from that, but they don't want you to resign not necessarily. They want you to remain in office. They just want you to carry out their bidding. This seemed to have done the trick it only seemed as though they were acting against their own self interest turns out, they were acting in exactly their self interest, right? I, mean, it's hard to overstate what the implications of all this is is exactly. Virginia Godfrey, whose may be one of the most famous juice face of Epstein's victims nowadays. She. Says, while she was involved with Epstein for four years in the late nineties and early two thousands of started when she was fifteen. She saw maybe a hundred girls come and go from his orbit directly involved in the sex trafficking. That is, she actually thinks it's it's more than about according to these documents that were unsealed. That's the number she felt most comfortable saying, well, as definitely more than in other words, she was asked how many girls do you think we're affecting and she said, Oh, Gosh, I couldn't even. I. Couldn't even has guests I couldn't even tell you that's how many there were. and. So she's asked okay. Well, if if you complete this sentence. It was definitely more than X.. What number would you assign X. and she said Oh a hundred and other words. That's the bare minimum. It was actually much higher than that. Maria farmer, who's another a of epsteins victims? She lived and Leslie. Wexner house in the mid to late nineties for a year. Maybe less several months. She was discovered by Maxwell and.
"wexner house" Discussed on WTVN
"Device are trademarks party and company limited the card USA incorporated gables Florida run forty percent alcohol by volume Riley six ten WTVN eight oh seven happy hump day it's Wednesday morning July tenth all the Jeffrey up sting story continues to kind of spiral I'll really get a couple of looks at it before nine o'clock a first the DC perspective all the calls for Jim Acosta said Karen Travers is covering the White House in DC for ABC news for and talk to her coming up in just about six minutes then as far as les Wexner involvement in again I hesitate even say that way because there's one of the stories one of the allegations was a young lady that says she was taken advantage of at the Wexner house in New Albany and so you know less Webster's name gets tied to abstains name and you know we solve bell brand stock go down four percent yesterday on the street and there are people saying look you got a position harder against him we know that officially you said it's been over a decade since you had any dealings about you just got to be a little firmer on that sort of talking or go to a PR guys Frasier sitel he's president of emerald partners and what kind of pick his brain on that coming up at eight thirty five so we'll get more on the story a dead ahead you know there's been a couple of viral video posts people well the one ice cream liquor and then the Listerine drinker and gargle and then spinner backer there's another now ice cream liquor so a copy cat on that it's become a thing to the point that now stores are taking security measures with their ice cream yeah they're doing things like putting up warning signs of locking freezer doors some even going as far as assigning security guards to the freezer department Hey it's crazy but you know you think back to win the tide pods challenge was a deal there are people paying attention who is buying that stuff so I guess it's just what you have to do now if you're in retail if it's okay with you it might be okay let your kid play some video games a summer I was State University research finds it video games foster creativity and freedom in that can increase your child's creativity under certain circumstances game is like a virtual lego worlds minecraft that allows players to explore unique world creating thing they can think of kids who play minecraft and we're told to be creative show the least amount of creativity later scientists say most video games encourage players to be creative even first person shooter games force players to think about strategy and look for advantages in combat so there are some pluses but you know if you look at one of those games in your kid you know about the game like a month ago and they have a thousand hours plane it may might be playing a little too much you know I mean sometimes kids just get obsessed with stuff and off it goes and real quick too you know just kind of spiraling out from the video game story blue light you know your computer screen your TV your phone others research this morning from the university of Strasbourg and what it shows is the more blue like you consume the less likely your body is able to handle sugars correctly fluctuations in glucose tolerance ability to process sugars this current study echoes findings from a twenty sixteen study which shows correlation between humans and exposure to blue light and food consumption so there's something about the blue light it makes you want to eat a little more and it makes your sugar little wacky and that's usually not good for your health so keep that in mind eight ten years traffic.