LAWSUIT: Jewish Pedophile: Sex Slaves: Jeffrey Epstein kept database of victims as young as 11 years old

[The Jew at work. I remain convinced this Jew is not dead. He is in Israel. If his entire estate or part of his estate is around, then that is good. But the evidence, including the surveillance footage that disappeared definitely makes me think the MOSSAD came to pick up Epstein. Maybe some of his money did get out and the rest had to be left behind to make it look real? Who knows. But the Jew is out and safe. It will be good though if there can be lawsuits. More will come out of this. Jan]

Multimillionaire sex trafficking sadist Jeffrey Epstein brought young girls to his Virgin Islands retreat as recently as 2018 and kept a database of nearby underage victims, a new lawsuit filed by the Virgin Islands Attorney General charges.

The 49-page civil suit filed against Epstein’s estate provides new, disturbing details about Epstein’s sophisticated, supervillain-style sex trafficking operation on his private island of Little St. James. Young girls were lured to the island, which was only accessible by boat or helicopter, under the guise of good money for harmless massages of the powerful financier with famous friends, the suit says. But once the girls arrived they couldn’t escape and were allegedly subjected to “sexual servitude.”

The suit cites two chilling episodes in which Epstein’s victims tried to escape the island hellhole. A 15-year-old victim was forced into sex acts and then tried to swim off of the island, only to be found by a search party, the suit states. Epstein and his cronies allegedly held the girl captive and confiscated her passport. Epstein suggested another girl who had been captured after attempting to escape be physically restrained or harmed if she didn’t cooperate, according to the suit.

Attorney Gloria Allred, holds a picture of Jeffrey Epstein and her client Teala Davis during a news conference, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, in New York, about the filing of a lawsuit against the estate of Epstein. Davies says she was 17 when she was victimized by Epstein. (AP Photo/Jeenah Moon)
Attorney Gloria Allred, holds a picture of Jeffrey Epstein and her client Teala Davis during a news conference, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, in New York, about the filing of a lawsuit against the estate of Epstein. Davies says she was 17 when she was victimized by Epstein. (AP Photo/Jeenah Moon) (Jeenah Moon/AP)

The hedge funder even bought the neighboring island, Great St. James, in 2016 for $20 million to avoid scrutiny, according to the suit from Denise George, attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The Epstein enterprise “wanted to ensure that the island did not become a base from which others could view their activities or visitors,” the suit reads.

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As recently as 2018, air traffic controllers reported seeing Epstein with girls that appeared between the ages of 11 and 18, the suit states. Epstein killed himself behind bars in Manhattan this summer while awaiting trial for sex trafficking allegations involving conduct only as recent as 2005.

The Virgin Islands Attorney General seeks to seize both islands from Epstein’s estate through the suit.

“Upon information and belief, the Epstein Enterprise kept a computerized list of underage girls who were in proximate to the Virgin Islands, and able to be transported to Epstein’s residence on Little St. James,” the complaint reads. At least one of the victims on the list was as young as 11, the suit says.

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George said at a press conference that her investigation was separate from ongoing probes by the federal government. The suit names various corporations and LLCs Epstein allegedly used to conceal his depraved sex trafficking scheme.

“Epstein’s victims deserve answers and accountability. The people of the Virgin Islands deserve accountability,” George said.

“The Virgin Islands is not and will not be a safe haven for human trafficking or sexual exploitation.”

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The isolation of Epstein’s island made ensuring the registered sex offender complied with the law very difficult, according to the lawsuit.

“Monitoring a sex offender with his own private islands and the resources to fly victims in and out on private planes and helicopters presented unique challenges,” the suit states.

Source: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-epstein-virgin-islands-suit-20200115-apox33ltabhq7p2vzpqeouew2q-story.html?outputType=amp

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