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Orgy Island Owner Jeffrey Epstein Avoids Testimony from Victims

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by Daveda Gruber:

Orgy Island owner and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein will not testify. A last-minute settlement was reached in a attentively viewed civil lawsuit.

Epstein was accused by numerous young women who said they were sexually abused by the wealthy, Clinton-linked financier.

On Tuesday the deal was announced before jury selection began.

This could likely mean that none of the women will be able to speak in court about the alleged abuse they endured at the now sixty-five (65) year old Epstein’s hands.

Money can and does buy silence.

Epstein is known to have presidents and kings among his friends.

Epstein has allegedly operated a sex ring at his mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, a residence in New York City, and his private island estate.

The private Island, owned by Epstein, was where his seventy-two (72) acre Virgin Islands home was located.

The strip of land was known by many as “Orgy Island.”

Court documents obtained by Fox News in 2016 showed former President Bill Clinton took at least 26 trips flying aboard Epstein’s private jet which was known as the “Lolita Express“.

The former president apparently ditched his Secret Service detail on some of the excursions.

Authorities seized trash outside Epstein’s home at the time and found an invoice for the purchase of the book “SlaveCraft: Roadmaps for Erotic Servitude Principles, Skills and Tools.” They also found the instructional “Training with Miss Abernathy: A Workbook for Erotic Slaves and Their Owners.”

Epstein was hit with by countless allegations of sex with underage girls. He pleaded guilty in 2008 to state sex charges. He served a year in jail and registered as a sex offender.

In a secret deal with federal prosecutors led by now-Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, Epstein did avoid a possible life sentence.

The lawsuit that had been set to go forward Tuesday was a web of entanglement.

Bradley Edwards is an attorney who’s represented some of Epstein’s alleged victims.

Edwards had filed the civil lawsuit seeking unspecified damages from Epstein.

Epstein had previously filed a lawsuit against Edwards that claimed the civil cases which involved the alleged victims were helping bankroll a Ponzi scheme.

Epstein claimed that the Ponzi scheme was run by a partner at Edwards’ former law firm.

After the partner said Edwards had no involvement, Epstein dropped the lawsuit and Edwards countersued.

Edwards argued that the financier was trying to damage his reputation.

The witness lists had implied some of the alleged victims could have testified in the civil lawsuit trial pertaining to the dispute between Epstein and Edwards.

The civil trial was expected to last about ten (10) days.

The Tuesday announcement of the financial settlement changed all that. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

Money can buy a lot of things.

On Tuesday a lawyer for Epstein read an apology from Epstein to Edwards.

From Law and Crime:

“While Mr. Edwards was representing clients against me, I filed a lawsuit against him in which I made allegations about him that the evidence conclusively proves were absolutely false,” the attorney reportedly said in court. “I am now admitting that I was wrong and that the things I said to try to harm Mr. Edwards’s reputation as a trial lawyer were false. I sincerely apologize for the false and hurtful allegations I made and hope some forgiveness for my acknowledgement of wrongdoing.”

This was a tweet that was shared:

One of the replies to the tweet:

At a news conference following the announcement Edwards  said, “what happened today was a win.”

It was a win for Edwards and Epstein. Was money a win for the victims?

Money ‘can’t buy (me) love’ but it could buy silence from women who were violated.

I hope the women who were children at the time that they were violated come forward through MEDIA. Perhaps someone will get a book deal? I just hope it is not Epstein who gets to write the book.

You won’t find stuff like this on CNN (FAKENEWS).

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