One of Jeffrey Epstein’s most prominent victims pleaded with an FBI agent as far as back as 2014 to aid in her in quest to bring the pedophile financier to justice
One of Jeffrey Epstein’s most prominent victims pleaded with an FBI agent to help her in her quest to stop the pedophile financier’s sex trafficking ring all the way back in 2014.
As part of the tranche of newly released documents relating to the highly controversial case, emails that Virginia Giuffre sent to the feds show the difficulties she faced in continuing her campaign against Epstein and his associate Ghislaine Maxwell.
In April 2014, Giuffre wrote to FBI agent Jason Richards to tell him that she was back in the USA, having previously lived in Australia, and that she was trying to keep a low profile while keeping her case against Epstein moving.
‘I am here to get this BS non-prosecution agreement thrown out and speaking w Jude Paul Cassal [sic] he suggested trying to get ahold of any photos and/or video recordings released by the FBI to assist our case further in proving how much pedophilia occurred by Jeffrey and the many other monsters he obliged w underage girls,’ she wrote.
The non-prosecution agreement referenced by Giuffre is the sweetheart deal that Epstein received at the hands of Republican prosecutor Alexander Acosta in 2008.
Under the 2008 non-prosecution agreement — also known as an NPA — Epstein pleaded guilty to state charges in Florida of soliciting and procuring a minor for prostitution.
That allowed him to avert a possible life sentence, instead serving 13 months in a work-release program. He was required to make payments to victims and register as a sex offender.
In response to Giuffre, Richards says that he can’t release information from FBI records to her and advises her to make a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in order to gain access.
BREAKING: Third Batch Of Epstein Files Names Hillary Clinton
A third batch of files related to the infamous Jeffrey Epstein case has been unsealed, and Hillary Clinton’s name is included in the documents.
One key revelation from the Palm Beach Police Department (PBPD) files indicates a close connection between Epstein and a Palm Beach police officer. According to the documents, this officer “knew Epstein well” and had reportedly passed on information to his superiors.
Investigative journalist Techno Fog took to Twitter to highlight more critical details from these unsealed documents. Among them is the involvement of Adriana Ross, referred to as “John Doe” in the files, who allegedly removed computers from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion before the FBI could conduct their search.
The act, potentially an obstruction of justice, hints at the lengths to which Epstein and his associates went to conceal their activities.
Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s most vocal accusers, were seeking communications between Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s long-time associate, and prominent political figures Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. The nature of these communications remains a subject of intense speculation and interest, where the Clintons have long been figures of controversy and suspicion.
With each batch of documents, the public gains a clearer picture of the scale and severity of Epstein’s alleged crimes, as well as the network of individuals connected to him.