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Jeffrey Epstein Arrested for Child Sex Trafficking
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Epstein's ranch in New Mexico is now being looked at after new allegations. 
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Notice the man-made symbol in the yard. It almost looks like a crop circle.
Epstein was very interested in the Sciences, as shown in the videos I've shared. I wonder if he had a ley line on the property? It looks like it's on top of a mound with something in the middle. An earth-energy harnessing device? minusculethinking 


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The more that comes out about this man, the deeper the rabbit hole goes. I urge all of you again to listen to the videos by Amazing Polly if you haven't already.


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Newly released article by Daily Mail show the flight logs for Epstein's private jet, the Lolita Express. 



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  • Flight logs for Jeffrey Epstein's private plane dubbed the 'Lolita Express' were published for the first time on Thursday

  • They show that former President Bill Clinton boarded the plane with women believed to have been involved in creating underage sex slave ring

  • Alleged victim Virginia Roberts says she was recruited as a slave when she was 15, and that she was forced to have sex with both Prince Andrew and Harvard law profession Alan Dershowitz

  • The latter, she says, molested her mid-flight on the private jet

  • Both the Duke of York and Dershowitz have fiercely denied their involvement in the ring 

Read it here:  All aboard the 'Lolita Express': Flight logs reveal the many trips Bill Clinton and Alan Dershowitz took on pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's private jet with anonymous women
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Here is a closer look at Pedo/orgy Island. You will see the symbolism on the ground, like crop circles (just as he had at his NM ranch) and the mounds all around. Also, symbols on the ground around the temple.

The dome has been removed and the owls are gone.  Reports said they were destroyed due to a hurricane, but how many hurricanes have passed near since this temple was built and it wasn't damaged?  My guess is it was destroyed by the White Hats some time ago.




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For those with power, prison is just a different hotel to stay in. It keeps the ignorant public believing
that justice is served on the Elite. Epstein walks a path far-different than most and those with vast
wealth make sure that path is unhindered.
But that was then...


Quote:'Abusing girls was Jeffrey Epstein's full time job': Victim's attorney says the billionaire duped three
to four young women a day into having sex in his office while on day release from prison in 2008.

*The lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein accuser Courtney Wild that the billionaire abused young girls during his
13-month sentence in 2008

*Attorney Brad Edwards spoke alongside Wild Tuesday at a press conference, and said abusing girls
was his 'full-time job'
   
*Wild claims Epstein had sex with her at his mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, when she was 14

*She spoke out criticizing Florida prosecutors for giving him a 'free pass' in 2008 and said that her 'voice
was muted by the same government that was supposed to protect me'

*Wild and Annie Farmer spoke at his bail hearing in federal court on Monday, asking that he remain behind bars

*'He is a scary person to have walking the streets,' said Wild, who claims she was 14 the first time 

*The billionaire pedophile, 66, will now learn on Thursday whether he will be released ahead of his trial on federal
sex trafficking charges 


Quote:'Jeffrey Epstein's abuse of girls was his 'full time job' with three or four victims every single day.
The pedophile employed staff whose sole job was to find women for him and book 'appointments' where he would
ask them for a massage which led to sex, a lawyer for the victims said.
Nobody, including associates and friends, could explain what else Epstein did with his time, said attorney Brad Edwards.

Mr. Edwards said that since Epstein was so brazen that he was having sex with young women in his office while on day
release from prison in 2008. Since Epstein was arrested earlier this month Edwards has spoken to five new victims who
were aged between 18 and 20 at the time Epstein abused them in New York after 2005.

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Attorney Brad Edwards, Annie Farmer and Courtney Wild.

Edwards said that the total spread of Epstein's abuse ranged from at least 1994 - probably earlier - to 2011.
Epstein has been accused by prosecutors in New York of paying dozens of underage girls for sex, some as young as 14.

The indictment covers alleged abuse between 2002 and 2005 and prosecutors claim that Epstein paid the girls hundreds
of dollars if they recruited others to be abused. At a press conference in New York, Mr Edwards said that Epstein's abuse
was 'not an operation that was haphazard or recklessly done'.

He said: 'This is something where Jeffrey Epstein had at each of his homes employees, associates whose sole job was the
recruitment of high school children and vulnerable young adults. 'It appears on a daily basis it was his full time job.
'We have talked to ex-employees, friends associated, we've tried any different way to get information about what he did and
nobody seemed to know'.

Mr Edwards said that he was not aware of any underage victims after 2007 but the victims between then and 2011 were
teenagers, or close to. He said that they were still problematic as Epstein would have coerced them into sex.
Epstein was jailed for 13 months in 2008 under a sweat heart plea deal with Florida prosecutors but he was allowed out for
six days a week to work in his office.

Mr Edwards said that during those days Epstein 'was able to have visitors that were under the age of 21'.
He said: 'One who visited him was that it was not for some business arrangement and it was for if you're in jail improper sexual
contact. 'They believed were going there for something other than a sexual purpose and surprisingly to them this situation turned
sexual'.

Also speaking was Courtney Wild one of Epstein's accusers who said that he had sex with her at his mansion in Palm Beach,
Florida, when she was 14. She criticized Florida prosecutors for giving him a 'free pass' in 2008 and said that her 'voice was
muted by the same government that was supposed to protect me'.

She said: This is no surprise that Jeffrey Epstein was also sexually abusing girls in New York, he did it everywhere.
As long as the victims speak up he isn't going to get away this time. 'If you have not come forward, the time is now
'Many would rather pretend this didn't happen but it did happen and it will continue to happen...he will never stop sexually
abusing children until he is in jail. We will not get justice until you speak out'.

Wild has been one of the most prominent accusers against Epstein and featured in a Miami Herald story last December which
brought his case back into the public eye. She was a middle school student and cheerleading captain when she met Epstein.
But after the alleged abuse she became addicted to drugs and served three years in jail on drugs offenses.

During Epstein's bail hearing on Monday Wild spoke to the court and said that he should be remanded in custody before trial
because he is a 'scary guy to be walking the streets'. Annie Farmer, another alleged victim, also spoke and said that the claim
by Epstein's lawyers that he had exhibited 'discipline' in recent years by not reoffending was ridiculous.

Farmer said that the fact the FBI found pictures of underage girls in a safe in Epstein's $77m New York mansion when they raided
it earlier this month showed the 'opposite' of discipline. Also in the safe were dozens of diamonds, piles of cash and an expired
Saudi Arabian passport issued in 1980 with Epstein's photo but somebody else's name, it is alleged.

Epstein has denied two counts of sex trafficking and faces 45 years behind bars if convicted.
He has already served 13 months in jail in 2008 for admitting one count of procuring a minor for prostitution under a sweetheart
non prosecution agreement which has recently come under intense scrutiny.
Judge Richard Berman at Manhattan's Criminal Court will decide later this week if Epstein will get bail.
At the latest hearing Assistant US Attorney Alex Rossmiller said their case was 'getting stronger and stronger by the day'.

During Epstein's bail hearing Monday, Wild and Annie Farmer both detailed how they continue to struggle more than a decade
after Epstein allegedly forced the two to perform rape acts on him or themselves when they were underage.
Epstein made no comments as the women delivered their remarks, and instead stared them down the entire time with a stern
look on his face. 

The billionaire pedophile will now learn on Thursday whether he will be released ahead of his trial on federal sex trafficking charges
or ordered to remain behind bars. It was revealed during the proceedings on Monday that Epstein was discovered to have diamonds,
artwork and piles of cash throughout his Manhattan mansion, as well as an official passport with an assumed name that was issued
by a foreign government.

DailyMail.com can now report that the passport was issued by Saudi Arabia...'
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