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#1 Now here's something blockchain would be great for...
Posted by M. Murcek 2019-08-13 06:05||
#2 The g-men are probably busy right now, forensics turned forgers hastily faking a diary with innocuous details so that the original one can be destroyed. The entirety of the deepState was in on Epstein's game. If the Clintons were involved, you can bet that everyone in the bureau brass to the DoJ knew and hid the fact.
Such antics and goings on are perks of the power they wield, or so goes the rationale in most bureaucrat and politician minds.
If there was a troublesome aspect to any of this enterprise, it was only the blackmail. If the DoJ came to be consolidated by Trumpers, and actionable, unassailable evidence ever fell into their hands, that was it for 2020. So, they saw a chance, starting with Acosta. When he resigned, they pressed on. Tried for the Mar-a-Lago angle, failed. After that, the machine took over. They decided to off him before he made another deal or maybe he uttered something to his watchers in the block.
After a decade of somnolence over the sexual exploitation of young girls, there arose a sudden urgency to arrest and try Epstein just now. Why ? And then to see him killed without any closure for victims or the public.
So far no one has seen any evidence, any discovered photos, anything... it's all just words. We just have to make do with the fact that a very bad man met his end.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-08-13 10:34||
#3 What dron said.
For g-d's sake, the man actually installed cameras throughout his playpens and then catalogued and labeled and carefully stored in his personal safes who knows how many videos of powerful wealthy people romping with underage girls.
This is fact. Blackmail is what this man did for a living.
Epstein even said so last week, directly and unashamedly, in a one on one meeting with the financial journalist James B. Stewart of the New York Times.
When, if ever, will law enforcement review and announce to the public the identities of the victims of this man's decades-long, tireless, systematic blackmail efforts?
Posted by Lex 2019-08-13 12:11||