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Elite Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein (Who Ran A Child Sex Ring) Was Given Freedom...

• By Richard Enos Collective Evolution

Have you noticed, fellow truth-seekers, how the information we are pursuing seems to be coming at us in fits and starts these days? How some investigations begin, are stalled, and others long forgotten return to the public eye? As we attempt to decipher and interpret revelations about behind-the-scenes sexual abuse and pedophelia among the powerful elite in our society, we might do well to imagine a larger, more coherent process taking place that adheres to the well-worn phrase: timing is everything.

Let us take, for example, the FBI's recent release of documents from an investigation into billionaire hedge fund manager and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

The Epstein Case

You may recall that Epstein was essentially found to be running a child sex ring, in which he hosted rape parties for his wealthy friends on his private jet, the Lolita Express, and on his private island, which was referred to as "Orgy Island."

Former President Bill Clinton was among Epstein's closest friends, and the flight logs from Epstein's private jet shown here reveal that Clinton was listed as a passenger on the jet at least 26 times between 2001 and 2003, which would have put Clinton on the plane at least once a month during the two-year period.

Epstein was also close friends with Prince Andrew, who was named in a lawsuit filed by a woman in 2014, claiming that when she was a teenager, she was kept on Epstein's private island where she treated as a "sex slave" and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew.

Epstein ended up getting convicted for only one minor charge in 2008, and spent just 13 months in prison, out of the 18-month sentence he was given for "soliciting prostitution and procuring a minor for prostitution." There was public condemnation and frustration at the time that Epstein's wealthy financial status and connections to powerful friends kept him from getting significant jail time for his crimes.

The Document Release

Fast forward 10 years later, and suddenly the FBI releases 300 pages of documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein in eight parts. If you look through the contents you will find some pertinent clippings from newspaper articles about the case, and lists of the pages that had been deleted. While there is official FBI documentation it is heavily redacted, with few paragraphs that are both pertinent and coherent. Page 21 of Part 6 seems to be the exception:

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