We wont see Jeffrey Epstein stand trial for his crimes, but the investigation is far from over and new pieces of the puzzle are being leaked daily.
Most people might think the case against Jeffrey Epstein will die and none of his co conspirators will ever be prosecuted, but that might not be the case. The mainstream media is already reporting on the next person of interest which is Ghislaine Maxwell, one of the people accused of procuring young girls for Epstein and his pedophile friends.
There is just one little problem. No one knows where she is and that might make it very hard to prosecute her. She could be residing somewhere that doesn’t have an extradition deal.
FBI raiding Epsteins island
There is no telling what yesterdays raid of Jeffrey Epsteins island will yield, but many are already questioning why it took so long. Much of the evidence there could have been removed or destroyed while Epstein awaited trial. It’s a logical question to ask in the light of all the other mistakes made in this case.
The FBI was quick to raid Epsteins New York townhouse and they supposedly found alot of material involving sex with minors. At that point in time a similar raid should have been done on the island. So why wasn’t a raid performed?
There are 3 possible answers, either it was another galactic mistake by the US authorities or they had the island under surveillance. That seems like a more plausible reason and it’s a common tactic when building a case such as this.
The last one being a cover-up…
Since it’s an ongoing case, we wont see any of the evidence collected by the FBI until they, either choose to prosecute someone else or declare the case closed.
It’s going international
The US investigation into Epstein’s alleged sexual abuses of minors was undermined by the disgraced financier’s death in a US jail. But it uncovered enough evidence involving France that merit a national investigation, Gender Equality Minister Marlène Schiappa said in a statement on Monday. Such a probe would be “fundamental for the victims” and will also help prevent sexual predation in the future, she argued.
While the case unfolds we might see even more countries doing their own investigations into Jeffrey Epstein. We already know he “spent time” with models from all over the world and if more women come forward we could see this investigation turn into an international scandal.
The global interest in this case will most likely force the US authorities to release some evidence to other nations which might open up to even more information being leaked or published.
Who was watching Epstein in prison?
You might think a high profile prisoner like Epstein was monitored by experienced prison guards, but a new report shows that at least one of the two people watching Epstein wasn’t even a proper prison guard.
“We are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation,” said US attorney general William Barr, who ordered two separate investigations into what happened.
“We will get to the bottom of what happened. There will be accountability.”
Regulations did call for Epstein to be checked every 30 minutes, however correctional officers at the New York City prison that was housing Jeffrey Epstein didn’t check in on him for hours leading up to his apparent suicide on Saturday, which occurred after his cellmate was transferred for reasons that still aren’t clear.