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U.S. Political Pedophile Ring Leader, Jeffrey Epstein, Sued by Sex Slaves but Gets Off Easy

epsteinA  federal civil suit was filed in Florida against the United States for violations of the Crime Victims’ Rights Act in agreeing to the 2008 plea where the United States had entered into a secret non-prosecution agreement (NPA) regarding those crimes in violation of their rights (other victims have also joined the suit); it accuses Jewish Illuminati elite and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz of sexually abusing a minor provided by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein (Tier 1 sex offender in Virgin Islands). This began a scandal involving the Epstein’s Boeing 727, dubbed the “Lolita Express,” and his private Caribbean Island of Little Saint James (“Orgy Island”) with guests such as Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Prince Andrew, and many other political figures, actors, etc. Clinton & Dershowitz would have held platinum status of Epstein offered frequent flyer status.

The Department of Homeland Security failed to comply with a prior Freedom of Information Act request by Judicial Watch. The allegations against Dershowitz were stricken by the judge and eliminated from the case however, after Dershowitz’s attorney argued that they were baseless. A court document alleges that Epstein ran a “sexual abuse ring”, and lent underage girls to “prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known prime minister, and other world leaders”.

A deeper examination of the case suggests a cadre of sleazy operatives led by Alan Dershowitz deployed gangster-style intimidation tactics that averted a deeper probe that might have implicated enormously powerful individuals, including Dershowitz. With the police investigation heating up in 2006, Epstein’s team went on the offensive, bullying and harassing witnesses, victims and their families into silence. While Dershowitz schemed against Epstein’s victims, witnesses and the victims’ families complained of being followed, photographed, harassed, threatened and offered money in exchange for their refusal to cooperate with the police investigation.

Former Palm Beach police chief Michael Reiter, who grew increasingly frustrated with the escalating campaign of intimidation by Epstein’s lawyers, went on to testify that he was told by private investigators that Dershowitz ordered background checks on him and Detective Joe Recarey. Reiter added that he later discovered he and Recarey had been placed under surveillance but he was unable to determine who was behind it.

For those familiar with Dershowitz, his bullying tactics are not new. Indeed they bear a striking resemblance to the tactics he typically deploys against Palestinians and their supporters when defending Israeli criminality, most notably blaming and smearing the victim. As a Harvard University emeritus professor of law and celebrity defense attorney, Dershowitz wields enormous power, which he frequently deploys against opponents of Israel’s occupation. On at least one notable occasion, Dershowitz called on his friend, Epstein, to muzzle a prominent Israel critic.

The federal government had mountains of evidence to put Epstein behind bars for decades for child sex-trafficking and serial molestation but gave him a sweetheart deal where he only served 13 months of an 18 month sentence in a private wing of a Palm Beach jail. Epstein procured and molested no fewer than forty underage girls, some from other continents and as young as twelve, in a trafficking ring that involved some of the most powerful people in America and around the world, including “numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister, and other world leaders,” according to the court filing.

New York Magazine has done a couple of detailed stories on Epstein. In the article titled The Fantasist’ details are given of his recruiting young, beautiful underage girls for sex and massages:

The lengthy police narrative in the case doesn’t make clear how police connected gray-haired Jeff with Jeffrey Epstein, but when the girl identified his picture in an instant in a photo lineup, police threw themselves into an investigation of the modern and palatial house on El Brillo Way.

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Epstein’s ‘assistant’ Nada Marcinkova

Palm Beach Island is a 3.75-square-mile spit of land famous for towering ficus privacy hedges on Mediterranean-influenced architecture that begins at over $5 million for a single-family home. But the police did their work miles across the water, in the sprawling, drab subdivisions of West Palm Beach, where, according to police reports, high-school girls had been recruited to visit Epstein’s house. The 14-year-old was used to set up her 18-year-old go-between, Haley Robson. Robson had massaged him once and thereafter refused, but had agreed to procure girls, for $200 a head. “I’m like Heidi Fleiss,” she said. The police net went wider, to malls and community colleges, and Olive Garden restaurants and trailer parks, and the story was always the same. Skinny, beautiful young girls were approached by other girls, who said they could make $200 by massaging a wealthy man, naked. Robson said Epstein had told her the younger the better—which she said meant 18 to 20. The rules were simple. Tell him you’re 18. There might be some touching; you could draw the line. “The more you do, the more you are paid.” A couple of the girls said they went all the way into the experience—one told police she visited 50 times, another hundreds of times, both having sex with Epstein and Nada Marcinkova, a then-19-year-old beauty who Epstein told one of them was his “sex slave”; he’d purchased her from her family back in Yugoslavia.

While none of the power players are named, Epstein’s private plane pilot, Larry Visoski, identified former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, former Colombian President Andrés Pastrana Arango and former US President Bill Clinton as regular passengers who likely witnessed Epstein with underage girls on his private planes.

1. The people who made the allegations public appear credible.

Dershowitz told the Wall Street Journal that he intends to initiate disbarment proceedings against the attorneys representing the alleged victims for failing to diligently investigate the women’s claims. Even if the allegations against Dershowitz are false, though, it’s not clear that the lawyers representing the women are either incompetent or malicious.

Paul Cassell and Bradley Edwards represent the plaintiffs in the CVRA suit. Edwards is a Florida attorney representing Epstein’s victims pro bono. Cassell is a University of Utah law professor focusing on crime victims’ rights. He argued before SCOTUS on behalf of child pornography victim Amy Unknown in last term’s Paroline v. United States, for example. He is a former D.C. Circuit and Supreme Court clerk, and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney. Most notably, Cassell is a former U.S. District Judge. Neither he nor Edwards are amateurs.

In a statement on Friday, Cassell stood behind his work in the case and looked forward to reading any affidavits Dershowitz might file.

2. Many of Epstein’s victims, including Jane Doe #3, have been forthcoming with details of their abuse for many years.

Jane Doe #3 is Virginia Roberts, a young woman who has since 2007 spoken publicly about her supposed years of sex slavery. While the formal allegations in court last week are terse, Roberts has given vivid accounts of how Epstein allegedly forced her into sexual encounters with himself and other men, including the UK’s Prince Andrew.

3. The allegations against Dershowitz are direct and specific.

The CVRA suit claims that Epstein “trafficked Jane Doe #3 for sexual purposes to many other powerful men, including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister, and other world leaders,” but few are identified in last week’s motion. Dershowitz is. Only Prince Andrew, heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, and modeling agent Jean Luc Bunel are also called out by name. Roberts claims that Epstein used Maxwell and Bunel to recruit his young victims. If counsel for the CVRA plaintiffs chose to single out only those individuals against whom they had the strongest evidence, Dershowitz may be in trouble.

4. Dershowitz defended Epstein.

As a member of Epstein’s defense team, Dershowitz arranged the deal that kept the victims from telling their tales in court, but sent Epstein to prison on only a relatively minor charge. According to the CVRA plaintiffs, “Dershowitz helped negotiate an agreement that provided immunity from federal prosecution in the Southern District of Florida not only to Epstein, but also to ‘any potential co-conspirators of Epstein.” If the allegations against Dershowitz are true, he engineered an agreement that insulated not only Epstein, but also himself and others involved in the pedophile ring from prosecution as a ‘co-conspirator’.

Of course, none of these facts prove that Alan Dershowitz had sex with an underage woman offered to him by Jeffrey Epstein. Dershowitz, like anyone accused of sexual misconduct, deserves the opportunity to respond to properly presented evidence — and Dershowitz has already launched an aggressive campaign to challenge the allegations against him, allegations that he forcefully denies. In this case, all the evidence is not yet publicly known. Until we know more, the allegations against Dershowitz should be taken seriously, even by those of us who are more and more cautious about high-profile sex crime accusations.

5. Dershowitz knew about the girls

dershowitz2Long before the rape allegation against Dershowitz surfaced, there was overwhelming evidence to suggest he at least knew what Epstein was up to. The two were very close friends. Speaking to Vanity Fair in 2003 (before the sex ring was exposed) Dershowitz boasted, “I’m on my 20th book…. The only person outside of my immediate family that I send drafts to is Jeffrey.”
According to an Undisputed Statement of Fact filed by the victims’ lawyers in April of 2011, “Epstein’s butler Alfredo Rodriguez testified that Dershowitz stayed at Epstein’s house during the years when Epstein was assaulting minor females on a daily basis” and “Dershowitz was at Epstein’s house at times when underage females where there being molested by Epstein.
(Rodriguez, who died recently from cancer, received a harsher punishment for trying to sell his former boss’s journal than Epstein did for molesting children.)
When Epstein was asked during his deposition, “’Have you ever socialized with Alan Dershowitz in the presence of females under the age of 18?” he invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to answer in order to avoid self-incrimination.
Epstein also pled the Fifth when asked the same question regarding celebrity property developer Donald Trump,  illusionist David Copperfield, former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and music industry magnate Tommy Mottola.
A  federal civil suit was filed in Florida against the United States for violations of the Crime Victims' Rights Act in agreeing to the 2008 plea where the United States had entered into a secret non-prosecution agreement (NPA) regarding those crimes in violation of their rights (other victims have also joined the suit); it accuses Jewish Illuminati elite and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz of sexually abusing a minor provided by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein (Tier 1 sex offender in Virgin Islands). This began a scandal involving the Epstein's Boeing 727, dubbed the "Lolita Express," and his private Caribbean Island of Little Saint James…

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