Billionaires Sergey Brin, Thomas Pritzker, Mortimer Zuckerman and Michael Ovitz were issued subpoenas this week by the US Virgin Islands as part of its lawsuit against JPMorgan over the bank's relationship with now-deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. The subpoenas seek any communications or documents related to JPMorgan and Epstein. JPMorgan is being sued by the US Virgin Islands along with several Epstein accusers in a combined case over Epstein's sex trafficking operation. The plaintiffs claim that the bank facilitated abuse by allowing Epstein to remain a client while helping send money to his victims. The lawsuit also alleges that JPMorgan turned a blind eye to Epstein's activities after receiving referrals for high-value business opportunities.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Fights Deposition in Lawsuit Charging Chase Bank Being the Cash Conduit for Jeffrey Epstein’s Sex Crimes
In the Attorney General’s office of the U.S. Virgin Islands' lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S., which is being accused of knowingly funding Jeffrey Epstein's pedophile sex operation, CEO Jamie Dimon is being deposed to testify under oath in the case, although his lawyers are trying to prevent him from testifying. Investigative journalist Whitney Webb has recently published a 2-volume book covering the work of Jeffrey Epstein, and she identifies the main businessmen who financed Epstein's work: Billionaire Leslie Wexner who owns retail giants like Bath & Body Works and Victoria's Secret, Billionaire Bill Gates, and Billionaire Donald Trump. Jamie Dimon is the CEO of Chase Bank which is allegedly where Epstein held his accounts.
One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein
Investigative journalist Whitney Webb was recently interviewed on the Jimmy Dore show discussing her new 2-volume book: One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein. This interview is quickly going viral, and for good reason. This is one you are going to want to watch. Whitney reveals how organized crime began working for U.S. Military intelligence during World War II, and even developed their own organized crime syndicate that worked together with the U.S. Government. This syndicate was based on ethnic criminal groups, such as the Irish, Italian, and Jewish mobs. Sexual blackmail was their modus operandi, and they continued working with U.S. Intelligence after the war, as the CIA was formed. You will most likely hear shocking things in this interview you have not heard before, and Whitney claims it is all documented (I have not read the books yet). During this interview she explains that Jeffrey Epstein's pedophilia operation was not an anomaly, but is a regular mode of business that still operates today. She also explains how Epstein's public crimes are all about child sex trafficking, but that he allegedly ran a separate operation where he groomed girls who became young women who were then sold off to the rich and famous. She briefly discusses Epstein's relationship with Donald Trump back in the 1990s, and states that there is alleged evidence that Epstein provided Trump with two high profile girlfriends at the time, one of whom became his wife (Melania) and eventually the First Lady of the United States. Another bombshell she throws out is that she found a "mainstream media" article from 2001 that documents how Jeffrey Epstein gained most of his wealth from three men: Leslie Wexner, Donald Trump, and Bill Gates. This is most definitely one interview you are going to want to watch. The last thing Whitney Webb says at the end of the interview is: "If any of this stuff sounds crazy to people, I would encourage you to read the books. I have exhaustively footnoted everything. There's a source for everything I say. You can go and check this out for yourself. Please, fact check me all you want." I can't even begin to explain how valuable this is, because for the past few years the major datafeeds that feed the search engines, including privacy-based search engines like Duckduckgo.com, are owned primarily by Google and Microsoft, and they have been rewriting the algorithms on many searches to only show you what they want you to find. That doesn't mean it isn't still out there on the Internet. It just means it is a lot more difficult to find it today, here at the end of 2022. So in this case, with one of the most researched journalists and experts on Jeffrey Epstein and the pedophile sex trafficking networks among the rich and powerful, showing you where to go to find the things she discusses in her book, and in this interview, that is VERY valuable information.
In early May, the announcement that Bill and Melinda Gates would be divorcing after twenty-seven years of marriage shocked both those that praise and those that loathe the “philanthropic” power couple. Less than a week after the initial announcement of the divorce, on May 7, the Daily Beast reported that Melinda Gates had allegedly been “deeply troubled” by Bill Gates’s relationship with child sex trafficker and intelligence asset Jeffrey Epstein. The report suggested that Melinda was a major reason for her husband’s decision to distance himself from Epstein around 2014 because of her discomfort with Epstein after they both met him in 2013. That previously unreported meeting had taken place at Epstein’s mansion on New York’s Upper East Side. The Daily Beast also revealed that the details of the Gates’s divorce had been decided several weeks prior to the official announcement. Then, on May 9, the Wall Street Journal published a report suggesting that the plans for divorce went back even farther, with Melinda having consulted divorce lawyers in 2019. Allegedly, that consultation was made after details of Bill Gates’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein had gained considerable mainstream media attention, including from the New York Times. While mainstream media outlets apparently agree that Jeffrey Epstein was a likely factor in the Gates’s recently announced split up, what these same outlets refuse to cover is the real extent of the Bill Gates–Jeffrey Epstein relationship. Indeed, the mainstream narrative holds that Gates’s ties to Epstein began in 2011, despite the evidence pointing to their relationship beginning decades earlier. This blanket refusal to honestly report on the Gates-Epstein ties likely is due to Gates’s outsized role in current events, both in terms of global health policy as it relates to COVID-19 and in his being a major promoter and funder of controversial technocratic “solutions” to a slew of societal problems. What is more likely, however, is that the nature of the relationship between Gates and Epstein before 2011 is even more scandalous than what transpired later, and it may have major implications not just for Gates but for Microsoft as a company and for some of its former top executives.
Leland Nally, writing for Mother Jones, has just published an article about his efforts in calling everyone in Jeffrey Epstein’s "Little Black Book" - an effort that ended with nearly 2000 phone calls. Given what has happened to Jeffrey Epstein and the inability for all the alleged victims to face him in a court of law, we are reproducing Leland's entire article here under the Fair Use doctrine. It is already being republished across the Internet, helping to ensure that this information does not disappear. But as long as it is still up at Mother Jones, please go read it there, and support this incredible piece of journalism from Leland Nally. Such journalistic masterpieces as this are truly rare these days.... He writes: Totaling 97 pages and containing the names, numbers, and addresses of a considerable cross section of the global elite, Epstein’s personal contact book first turned up in a courtroom in 2009 after his former butler, Alfredo Rodriguez, tried to sell it to lawyers representing Epstein’s victims for $50,000. Rodriguez described the book, apparently assembled by Epstein’s employees, as the “Holy Grail.” It is annotated with cryptic marginalia—stars next to certain entries, arrows pointing toward others–and the names of at least 38 people are circled for reasons that aren’t totally clear. There are 1,571 names in all, with roughly 5,000 phone numbers and thousands of emails and home addresses. There are celebrities, princes and princesses, high-profile scientists, artists from all over the world, all alongside some of the world’s most powerful oligarchs and political leaders—people like Prince Andrew (circled), Ehud Barak (circled), Donald Trump (circled). In 2011, Rodriguez was sentenced to 18 months in prison for having tried to sell the book to an undercover agent after failing to notify investigators about its existence. Rodriguez said in court that the book was “insurance” against Epstein, who wanted him to “disappear.” Rodriguez died of mesothelioma shortly after serving his sentence. The public first became aware of the book in 2015, when the now-defunct website Gawker published a version of Rodriguez’s copy, revealing for the first time just how ludicrously connected Epstein was to the people who run the world. Gawker’s file showed only names; attached phone numbers and emails were blacked out. Shortly before Epstein’s mysterious death in August 2019 in his cell at the Manhattan Correctional Facility, an unredacted version of the book popped up on some dark corners of the internet, with almost every phone number, email, and home address entirely visible, and I got my hands on a copy. Epstein collected people, and if you ever had any interaction with him or Ghislaine Maxwell, his onetime girlfriend and alleged accomplice, you more than likely ended up in this book, and then several years later you received a call from me. I made close to 2,000 phone calls total. I spoke to billionaires, CEOs, bankers, models, celebrities, scientists, a Kennedy, and some of Epstein’s closest friends and confidants. I sat on my couch and phoned up royalty, spoke to ambassadors, irritated a senior adviser at Blackstone, and left squeaky voicemails for what must constitute a considerable percentage of the world oligarchy. At times the book felt like a dark palantir, giving me glimpses of dreadful, haunted dimensions that my soft, gentle, animal being was never supposed to encounter. I was interrupted [one day] by a call from a restricted number. The guy on the line said he was with the FBI. He said there were “reports of fraudulent phone calls” being made on this line, which I immediately understood as bullshit—I wasn’t committing any phone crime or trying to trick someone into doing so. “I don’t know about fraudulent, but I have a feeling I know what you’re talking about,” I said, undoubtedly sounding cool, relaxed, unbothered. He hung up and never called again, as far as I know. Whether the guy was FBI or a private security goon posing as a fed, the call was an important development—it told me that the book I was dealing with and the numbers it contained were genuine. Every cell phone, every yacht line, every private office number—they were all real, and every one of them was about to get a call from me.
Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by the FBI today on charges that she conspired with Jeffery Epstein to sexually abuse minors. The six-count indictment in Manhattan federal court alleges that Maxwell helped Epstein groom girls as young as 14 years old, going back as far as 1994. "In some instances, Maxwell was present for and participated in the sexual abuse of minor victims," the indictment says. Will she have her day in court, or does the same fate await her as Jeffery Epstein? Independent investigative reporter Ben Swann brings us this report today, saying that Ghislaine Maxwell may be a more important figure than Epstein himself as she allegedly arranged many of the meetings between high profile public figures, ranging from former President Bill Clinton to Prince Andrew to Bill Gates, in visits to Epstein's private island aboard his "Lolita Express" where sexual abuse was allegedly happening among girls as young as 14 years old.
A breaking news story originally reported on by the Daily Beast reveals that Jeffery Epstein was arrested on Child Sex Trafficking charges in New Jersey on Saturday, after his private jet landed back from a trip to Paris. Jeffrey Epstein's "Lolita Express" which describes alleged flights to places like his Caribbean Island resort have been reported for years as carrying rich and famous people participating in child sex trafficking. Just a few days before Epstein's arrest on Saturday, a federal appeals court ordered that 167 documents in a previous lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein should be unsealed—and that many of his powerful friends could be named.