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The Corrupt System Which Protected Epstein Now Wants His Money

To highlight the hypocrisy, this New York Times piece was written by Ali Watkins, whom you may remember had been getting her stories by sleeping with the married director of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee, who was then sent to prison. Watkins is great though.

And has a story on Epstein from the Virgin Islands.

The attorney general of the Virgin Islands says Mr. Epstein and his associates used a database to track victims as young as 11 years old.

And what was done about it? Shrug. But now that Epstein is safely dead, here’s a lawsuit to go after his money.

The suit was filed against Mr. Epstein’s estate and seeks the forfeiture of Little Saint James and Mr. Epstein’s second private island, Great Saint James, as well as the dissolution of numerous shell companies he established in the territory that officials have said acted as fronts for his sex trafficking enterprise.

As part of its policies, the government of the Virgin Islands could take any assets recovered from Mr. Epstein’s estate and consider disbursing them to women and girls who were victimized by him in the region, Ms. George said.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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