Another tranche of Epstein documents was released on Friday afternoon.
Judge Loretta Preska on Wednesday unsealed the first cache of documents from lawsuits related to Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse which potentially included names of over 150 people.
A second cache of Epstein docs was unsealed on Thursday.
According to the second tranche of documents obtained by The Gateway Pundit and reviewed by this reporter, one Epstein victim, a minor teen dubbed “Jane Doe 3,” said she was trafficked to “prominent American politicians” to “obtain potential blackmail information.”
The Gateway Pundit obtained the third round of Epstein documents on Friday.
According to testimony, computers from Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion were removed before the FBI conducted a search of the property.
Recall that evidence from Jeffrey Epstein’s safe ‘went missing‘ after a raid by the FBI.
In July 2019 the FBI raided Jeffrey Epstein’s home in New York City. The FBI agents found damning information and evidence throughout his 7-story residence. The evidence included “numerous black binders” with white labels that had “clear pages containing thumbnail photos with CDs attached.”
FBI agents also found several items in a safe including “binders with CDs, various items of jewelry, external hard drives, lose diamonds, large amounts of U.S. currency and passports.”
The FBI later said the evidence in the safe went missing. Chris Wray’s FBI said they went back a few days later and the evidence had disappeared.
Ghislaine Maxwell went to Chelsea Clinton’s wedding while skipping deposition in Epstein case
According to court documents from a 2016 discovery request into Maxwell’s finances, brought by alleged Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, revealed that Maxwell was previously served a subpoena for a civil suit against Epstein in 2009.
After coordinating a time and place, along with securing a confidentiality agreement, “At the eleventh hour Maxwell’s attorney informed plaintiff’s counsel that Maxwell’s mother was very ill and that consequently Maxwell was leaving the country with no plans to return,” the documents said.
The deposition was subsequently canceled and “a short time later, Maxwell was photographed at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding in Rhinebeck, New York,” the documents said, “confirming the suspicion that she was indeed still in the country and willing to say anything to avoid her deposition.”
According to the New York Post, Giuffre alleged in a 2009 civil case against Epstein that he sexually assaulted her when she was 15. She also claimed that she was “required to be sexually exploited by [Epstein’s] adult male peers, including royalty, politicians, academicians.”
During the Southern District Court of New York’s document release into the infamous financier Jeffrey Epstein, which began Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton’s name appeared 73 times. In Giuffre’s suit against Maxwell, John Doe #36 testified that Epstein said Bill Clinton “likes them young, referring to girls.”
The documents also revealed that Maxwell suggested the former president had a meal on Epstein’s plane, but refuted the notion that he had visited his Caribbean island, Little St. James.
“The allegation that Clinton had a meal on Jeffrey’s island is 100 percent false,” she said. “I’m sure he had a meal on Jeffrey’s plane.”
Clinton was not accused of doing anything wrong in any of the documents released and denied knowing about Epstein’s wrongdoings. Clinton spokesperson Angel Urena released a statement in 2019 that said, “President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York.”
“In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation,” it continued. “Staff, supporters of the Foundation, and his Secret Service detail traveled on every leg of every trip. He had one meeting with Epstein in his Harlem office in 2002, and around the same time made one brief visit to Epstein’s New York apartment with a staff member and his security detail. He’s not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade, and has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida.”
Jeffrey Epstein Fixer’s Office Burglarized Hours Before Document Dump (Exclusive)
Michael Sitrick, a renowned Hollywood crisis manager, says New Year’s Day break-in at his Brentwood offices where thieves stole computers “has to be a coincidence”
Sitrick & Company, the global crisis public relations firm who has a client list of the rich and powerful — including Jeffrey Epstein — was burglarized over the New Year’s holiday by thieves who stole company computers just hours before a trove of long-sealed court documents related to the admitted pedophile were released.
Michael Sitrick said his penthouse offices at 11999 San Vicente Boulevard, along with other occupants of the four-story building in Brentwood that bears his company’s name Sitrick & Co., was broken into by unknown thieves just as explosive new documents about Epstein’s proclivities with underage girls were made public.
“It didn’t cross my mind,” Sitrick told Los Angeles magazine over the phone Thursday when asked if he was concerned about the timing of the burglary, just hours before a years-long records fight ended when a judge ordered the release of roughly 900 pages of documents from the 2015 federal civil case Giuffre v. Maxwell.
The records offer new insight into the allegations against Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, which includes previously undisclosed deposition transcripts, Palm Beach Police search warrant records, and the names of potential witnesses to their crimes. The new revelations were part of a defamation suit filed by lawyers for Virginia Giuffre, who was underage when she says she was trafficked to powerful men, including Prince Andrew, by Maxwell.
“It has to be a coincidence,” Sitrick said of the theft, adding that there were no Epstein records in his office, or any compromising information about any of his clients among the items stolen.
He added that he does not believe the crooks targeted his firm specifically.
“There were several offices in the building, in addition to ours, which were broken into and robbed. All of our computers are all password and dual factor protected and encrypted. It’s state of the art,” he said. “No one is getting into them.”