The same Jeffrey Epstein who barely got a slap on the wrist for molesting “dozens of underage girls,” was arrested again Saturday on virtually the same charges as before. Epstein is famous for flying Bill Clinton — maybe even Hillary Clinton, to his “orgy island,” on the “Lolita express,” specifically to abuse young girls.
Hopefully, this time there will be an actual prosecution which will allow all the Clinton’s dirty secrets out of his closet. The last time he was charged, in Miami, the sexual predator got “the deal of a lifetime,” according to NOQ Report. That isn’t guaranteed by any means. Coincidentally, the prosecutor assigned this time is Maurene Comey, daughter of infamous former FBI Director James Comey.
At the time, current Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta was the senior prosecutor on Epstein’s case. Despite the overwhelming evidence of somewhere between 30 and 60 victims, Acosta signed off on what was basically a free pass.
In 2008, Epstein pleaded guilty to only two counts of common prostitution charges. Not only did he avoid going to trial, “The agreement essentially shut down an ongoing FBI probe,” CNN notes, “and further granted immunity to any potential co-conspirators in the case.”
Epstein was supposed to serve 13 months in jail but all he had to do was sleep there. “He was allowed to go to his office six days a week to continue conducting business and whatever else he did with his free time.”
Epstein’s favorite target were girls as young as 14-years-old, living on the streets. As NOQ relates, he would “pay them for massages either in their underwear or completely nude. These “massages” turned into sexual encounters ranging from masturbation to at least one case of forcible rape.”
The latest charges were filed in New York and Epstein is scheduled for his first appearance in federal court on Monday.
The indictment is sealed but sources in law enforcement told CNN the charges “involve alleged sex trafficking crimes committed between 2002 and 2005 in both New York and Palm Beach, Florida.”
GOP NE Sen Ben Sasse after Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking. Sasse: “This monster received a pathetically soft sentence..& his victims deserve nothing less than justice..this billionaire can’t be let out just because he can cut a bail check”
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) July 7, 2019
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While Donald Trump’s name came up in connection with Epstein in the past, the single unnamed accuser didn’t say a word to anyone about Trump until after he was elected. It seems to just about everyone like the same sort of false memory that turned Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing into a total circus.