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According to public records, the island was once worth $3 million and owned by a woman who died in a chalet in Switzerland. In 1997, Little St. James was owned by venture capitalist Arch Cummin and was for sale for $10.5 million. In April 1998, a company called L.S.J. LLC purchased the island for $7.95 million, and documents showed that Jeffrey Epstein was the sole member of L.S.J.
In 2008, Epstein's estate on Little Saint James had 70 staff. According to a former staffer, Epstein insisted on secrecy from his employees
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: visitedbythem
Very possible, they conducted no such "raid". Your right, it was more like a..is the coast clear scenario.
While many questions remain about disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein's worth – how he made his money, and what happens to his assets with his death – details are emerging about his assets, and where the alleged underage sex-trafficking operation took place.
Jeffrey Epstein has reportedly been buried in an unmarked tomb next to his parents, whose names have been removed from their grave to prevent vandalism.
The plaque on his parent's tomb at the IJ Morris Star of David cemetery in Florida, US, has been replaced with a blank slab, according to reports.
originally posted by: Sakrateri
mabey you can feel a little better reading this
originally posted by: MisterSpock
Maybe epstein was just the public figurehead of some sort of "religion" AKA Cult that actually owns and operates the island.
Since the FBI already "combed" it for evidence(and presumably nothing is left there), maybe the best thing to do would just drop a MOAB on it and then sell it(I'm assuming it was probably seized and is now owned by the government).