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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: Sublant
More than one thing!
1. They all seem to have an affinity for under age sexual partners (willing or not)
2. They're all men
3. They're all very wealthy
4. They're all...DEMOCRATS and strong Democratic supporters. (fancy that)
U.S. prosecutors on Monday encouraged anyone with information about Epstein’s conduct to come forward, not just potential victims. To the socialites, celebrities and politicians who attended lavish parties at Epstein’s homes in Manhattan or Palm Beach in the early 2000s -- or hitched rides on his private jet nicknamed the “Lolita Express” by the tabloids -- the request carried a clear message:Come talk to us before we seek you out.
“You would much rather be visiting the Department of Justice and engaging a conversation about what you saw rather than making the DoJ find you,” said Jacob Frenkel, a former federal prosecutor now at Dickinson-Wright. “There’s a much greater potential for influencing the parameters of an interview and the scope of cooperation by going in voluntarily than becoming a compulsory guest” of the government, he said..........
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: Dfairlite
Trump should be condemning this man publicly. He called him a great guy and that is the last statement we have from him on the subject.
They were friends.
Why take that risk personally?
originally posted by: Dfairlite
a reply to: Strate8
Why take that risk personally?
Exactly. It doesn't pass the smell test. There are so many other ways to take care of whatever it was he was needing to take care of. But not only did he come himself, he made no real effort to conceal that he was coming.
"likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side."
In this case, the United States (the "Government") seeks to evict defendants from a building formerly used as a residence by the Deputy Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran ("Iran"). After diplomatic and consular relations with Iran were severed in 1980, the Office of Foreign Missions ("OFM") of the United States Department of State took possession of the building pursuant to the Foreign Missions Act, 22 U.S.C. § 4301 et seq. OFM leased the building to defendant Jeffrey E. Epstein in 1992. Epstein sublet the building to defendant Ivan S. Fisher in 1996, purportedly without the Government's consent. Fisher, in turn, sublet a portion of the building to several subtenants. In 1996, the Government purported to terminate Epstein's lease and brought this action to eject Epstein and Fisher from the building. The Government later amended its complaint to assert a claim for ejectment against the subtenants as well. The Government also sought to recover back rent from Epstein and Fisher.
Actions speak louder than words. President Trump has not said much about the arrest of his former friend Jeffrey Epstein, but court documents suggest that he made his opinion of the convicted pedophile well known years ago. An ongoing lawsuit between Epstein and Bradley Edwards, who represented multiple underage victims in their civil suits against the convicted pedophile, reveals that President Trump banned Epstein from his private club in Palm Beach, Mar-a-Lago. The reason for that, according to the filing, was that Epstein had 'sexually assaulted an underage girl at the club.' That same filing also claims that Epstein and his girlfriend-turned-platonic companion Ghislaine Maxwell used the club as a hunting ground for new girls. President Trump finally commented on Epstein's arrest Tuesday afternoon while speaking to the media at the White House, saying: 'I had a falling out with him a long time ago. I wasn’t a fan. I was not a fan of his. That I can tell you.' He went on to refer to Epstein as a 'fixture in Palm Beach.'