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Epstein Wanted to be High Profile - In the Publics Eye

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posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 12:33 PM
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The New York Times released an article written by a man named James B. Stewart, an author / journalist. James claims that one year ago this month, Epstein reached out to him for an interview. James obliged and met him at his New York mansion.

Apparently, Epstein was flaunting all of his high profile relationships / connections throughout the entire 90 minute interview. Including: the Prince of Saudi Arabia, Bill Clinton, Woody Allen, Elon Musk and more. He also claimed that he had a lot of dirt on these people. That they would also confide in him, their deep dark secrets. He also intimated that his transgressions were innocuous compared to theirs.

James states that he was open about his past transgressions (convictions in 2008) and showed no remorse for it. Claiming that today’s society does not accept underage sexual relationships. But in our history it was considered normal. He referenced this to homosexuality, and how it was frowned upon, and today is accepted.

According to the article, Epstein continued to reach out to James Stewart, inviting him to dinner parties with famous people. Each time James declined. Their last correspondence was Epstein calling him to see if he would write a biography of him!!

All I can say is, considering the atrocities he committed, to want to be so high profile (biography of himself), he must have been massively protected from on high.

This furthers the argument that he did NOT kill himself. This man thought far too much of himself to take himself out. He was also working under the guise that he was impervious to any action against him.


Here’s the article. Very interesting indeed.

www.nytimes.com...
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posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 04:01 PM
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I really don't get how any of these people would have anything whatsoever to do with him, everyone is well aware of his history and the rumours about his sick habits. I had no idea he was still such a big deal, I thought he would've been rotting away alone in disgrace and shunned by his former "acquaintances".
To think that he was just accepted back (and as popular as ever) by these people is just way too much to ignore.
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posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 04:31 PM
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a reply to: BlackIbanez

Maybe they had to accept him considering how much dirt he had on all of them.

He obviously was addicted to the limelight. Shunning an attention whore brings out the worst in them. I think we’ve all had our own experiences with those...



posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 05:35 PM
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originally posted by: KKLOCO

Apparently, Epstein was flaunting all of his high profile relationships / connections throughout the entire 90 minute interview. Including: the Prince of Saudi Arabia, Bill Clinton, Woody Allen, Elon Musk and more. He also claimed that he had a lot of dirt on these people. That they would also confide in him, their deep dark secrets. He also intimated that his transgressions were innocuous compared to theirs.



Basking in the fact that what he has on these high profile people would

in the end be his ticket of getting off in some way.




James states that he was open about his past transgressions (convictions in 2008) and showed no remorse for it. Claiming that today’s society does not accept underage sexual relationships. But in our history it was considered normal. He referenced this to homosexuality, and how it was frowned upon, and today is accepted.



So was slavery.......but I dont think we'll be going there again anytime soon.




All I can say is, considering the atrocities he committed, to want to be so high profile (biography of himself), he must have been massively protected from on high.



Lol!!!....... The *on high* are protecting themselves, they can't afford for

him to spill the beans.




This furthers the argument that he did NOT kill himself. This man thought far too much of himself to take himself out. He was also working under the guise that he was impervious to any action against him.


At the back of my mind is the plot of a film I saw many years ago, where

some crime boss was in Epstein's position, and he was taken out of prison in the

same manner by phony ambulance's and medics straight to a private hospital for

plastic surgery (the plastic surgeon was an entry in his little black book) And the

body which went to the morgue was a fair look a like of the same stature colouring

etc. was taken from someone sleeping rough.

The law gets a body to cremate and Jeffrey Epstein gets a new face and identity

keeps much of his wealth ........and starts ALL OVER AGAIN



posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 05:44 PM
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That article was really weak. I bet this author wrote it because he was afraid certain people knew he talked with Epstein alone. And this author wanted to let them know he knows nothing and will say nothing. So, the same people who might be responsible for Epstein’s murder or whatever won’t bother him.

Smart



posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 08:43 PM
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a reply to: KKLOCO

Kinda' odd...

Everything about this guy was low key. Even the people who knew him did not know where his money came from.

Now we have this journalist claiming he craves the limelight? I'm not sure how that reconciles with the business he was in.



posted on Aug, 13 2019 @ 10:37 PM
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Here is a history of Epstein’s financial and business career from a NYT article written last month




Mr. Epstein, 66, is doubtless very rich: His real estate alone — one of Manhattan’s largest private mansions, a Palm Beach estate, a Paris apartment, his own Caribbean island and a huge New Mexico ranch — is worth more than $200 million. His investment firm reported having $88 million in capital from its shareholders in 2002.


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posted on Aug, 14 2019 @ 09:50 AM
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originally posted by: ABNARTY
a reply to: KKLOCO

Kinda' odd...

Everything about this guy was low key. Even the people who knew him did not know where his money came from.

Now we have this journalist claiming he craves the limelight? I'm not sure how that reconciles with the business he was in.


If you read the article, according to the writer, Epstein claimed himself — His notoriety is what made him successful.

Which makes sense, if you want to be a part of the inner circle.



posted on Aug, 14 2019 @ 09:52 AM
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a reply to: Willtell

That’s in 2002. In today’s standards, the island alone is probably worth over 200 million.




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