Jeffrey Epstein Arrested on Sex Trafficking ChargesReader07/09/2019 (Tue) 10:16:29 Id: 7507c1No.15013del
Billionaire jew and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested Saturday, according to NBC [j]ews. (NBC has kike chairmen Bonnie Hammer, Robert Greenblatt and Ted Harbert) Epstein was arrested in the United States as part of a joint investigation by the FBI and New York Police Department into Epstein’s putative sex trafficking of children. Epstein is expected to appear in federal court on Monday, according to CNN [jews]. (CNN is under Time Warner now Spectrum owned by Israeli multi-millionaire Aviv Nevo) Epstein’s newest charges come from a sealed indictment pertaining to sex trafficking incidents alleged to have occurred from 2002 through 2005. Additionally, some sources indicated there could have been “dozens” of young victims.
The jewish financier had previously avoided federal trial in 2008, when he pleaded guilty to two charges of prostituting minors. Consequently, Epstein would go on to receive a sentence of just 13 months. Then attorney Alexander Acosta had orchestrated Epstein’s deal. Acosta currently serves as US president Donald Trump’s Secretary of Labor. Nevertheless, Acosta has denied helping Epstein seek a lenient sentence. Trump’s appointment of Acosta and previous praise of Epstein as a “terrific guy” sparked speculation on social media that Trump might even pardon Epstein.
Epstein’s latest arrest comes after The United States 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the release of sealed documents in the Epstein case. Epstein and his legal team had opposed unsealing the documents, arguing there was a “privacy interest. This ruling is a watershed moment that helps victims of sexual abuse,” said attorney Sigrid McCawley. Others also voiced their optimism that Epstein’s victims might finally have justice. Legal activists have also long speculated that the documents might prove the involvement of other wealthy elites in Epstein’s crimes, including politicians and actors.