While docs from a lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell are set to be made public, we still don’t have access to the docs from Jeffrey Epstein’s original plea deal, which the FBI has since admitted was given in exchange for “information” he provided to the government…
On today’s edition of ‘Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About This?’ a US District Judge has moved to allow the release of crucial documents from a 2015 lawsuit filed against Ghislaine Maxwell. The release is expected to include a deposition she gave that she thought would never see the light of day.
Some say the documents will be a massive bombshell, and others say they will simply confirm previous reports about Epstein’s inner circle—and both could be true. But one of the most glaring factors here is that this lawsuit was filed FIVE YEAR AGO, which means that all of the information provided by Ghislaine Maxwell and one of Epstein’s most vocal victims, Virginia Guiffre, in their depositions have been known by the courts for half a decade. And they chose to do nothing about it.
One of the top arguments from Epstein’s team was that after he signed his ridiculous non-prosecution agreement in 2008 was that he would be an upstanding citizen for the rest of his days. The mention of his name and Maxwell’s in a lawsuit should have raised all of the red flags for a Justice system that was supposed to be keeping a close eye on the registered sex offender.
But the reality is that the US Government didn’t just Epstein and his associates less than a slap on the wrist because they truly believed his days of child sex trafficking were over—they gave him the deal because he gave them something in exchange.
The “sweetheart deal” given to Epstein has angered many Americans, especially those who have been sentenced to years in prison for nonviolent crimes. While there has been speculation as to whether Epstein’s wealthy financial status kept him out of prison, the latest release of documents from the FBI indicates that Epstein’s plea deal included more than just money.
In May 2018, the FBI released nearly 300 pages of documents from their vault on Epstein. While the majority of the content was made up of clippings from newspaper articles about Epstein, lists of the pages that had been deleted, and large blank spaces where information was being redacted, there was one document that stood out. Page 21 of Part 6 stated:
“On 09/11/08, case agent advised writer that Epstein is currently being prosecuted by the State of Florida and is complying with all conditions of his plea with the State of Florida. Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon. Case agent advised that no federal prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to uphold his agreement with the State of Florida. Case agent also advised that no further forfeiture assistance will be required for this case.”
The sentence claiming that “Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon” indicates that the billionaire agreed to supply the FBI with some sort of “information,” in exchange for his plea deal.
What could Epstein have possibly provided information about? It is no secret that he was known for having wealthy and powerful friends. Former President Bill Clinton was among Epstein’s closest friends, and the flight logs from Epstein’s private jet revealed that Clinton was listed as a passenger on the jet at least 26 times between 2001 and 2003, which would have put Clinton on the plane at least once a month during the two-year period.
Epstein was also close friends with Prince Andrew, who was named in a lawsuit filed by a woman in 2014, claiming that when she was a teenager, she was kept on Epstein’s private island where she treated as a “sex slave” and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew.
President Donald Trump is another name on Epstein’s list of wealthy friends, and in 2002, he described Epstein as a “terrific guy” who had been his friend for 15 years. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side,” Trump said.
Whether the “information” Epstein provided to the FBI to get out of spending years in prison could have been about Clinton, Trump, Prince Andrew, or any of his other wealthy friends, the fact is that the FBI is confirming that has no problem setting a sexual predator free to continue to harm young girls, a decision that arguably hurts the public more than it helps.
It’s time to release, not just the documents from the lawsuit about Maxwell, but to release ALL of the documents from Epstein’s original case—and that is something everyone should be talking about.