(Natural News) Just because pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is now being reported dead from alleged suicide doesn't mean that his unspeakably heinous crimes against humanity, including the seemingly interminable trail of scandals associated with his child trafficking enterprises, have fully received justice.
Truth be told, there remain more unanswered questions and unsolved mysteries than definitive answers as to who all was part of Epstein's vast network of child sex predators. More than likely, felonious sex crimes against innocent children are still continuing even in Epstein's absence, which means there's still a whole lot of work to be done in bringing it all to light.
What we do know is that political cronies Bill and Hillary Clinton maintained a close and personal relationship with Epstein over the course of many years, as did faux philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates. And yet, as far as we know, none of these people have been probed for information about the nature of their relationships with Epstein.
The Clintons in particular had long maintained an intimate "business" relationship with Epstein, with Bill having visited Epstein's infamous "pedo" island numerous times via Epstein's personal "Lolita Express" airplane. Bill Gates was also spotted at Epstein's Manhattan mansion on numerous occasions.
As we recently reported, the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was also secretly accepting large cash "donations" from Epstein, as was The New York Times, which coincidentally had Joicho Ito, the now-former head of MIT's Media Lab, on its board of directors.
Some of the biggest names in government, philanthropy, media, and education were all mysteriously connected to Epstein, we now know, which is why the saga can't just be put to rest now that Epstein is supposedly dead. As far as rabbit holes go, in other words, this one runs very deep.
Why did Bill Gates meet with and donate millions of dollars to Jeffrey Epstein AFTER Epstein was convicted of sex crimes in 2008?
It's certainly no secret that Epstein preferred to hobnob with the world's richest and most famous people. And even after he was convicted of sex crimes back in 2008, Epstein maintained many of these relationships as if nothing had changed – and even formed new ones, including with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
The Epstein-Gates relationship reportedly began in 2011, a full three years after Epstein was convicted of luring underage girls to give him massages, after which he would sexually abuse them.
This apparently wasn't a problem for Gates, who regularly visited Epstein's New York City mansion with his entourage, as well as flew on Epstein's private jet. Gates also donated at least $2 million to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on Epstein's behalf, for reasons that remain largely unknown.
The Times reportedly obtained a photo taken in 2011 of Gates and Epstein together at Epstein's mansion, along with Jes Staley, who at the time was chief executive officer of investment bank JPMorgan. Staley has since gone on to become the CEO of Barclays.
Another noteworthy individual in that same photo is Boris Nikolic, Gates' former science adviser who was apparently so intimately tied to Epstein that he was named in Epstein's will as the fallback executor of his estate – a position that he has since legally resigned, now that the Epstein saga is being blown wide open for the world to see.