Epstein convinced teen girl to recruit other victims for him after she became pregnantPosted by Josh Taylor / September 15, 2019
One of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims claims to have recruited dozens of underage girls for him after she became pregnant. Epstein, she claimed, was not sexually interested in women (or girls) who had given birth. Epstein rewarded her for every girl he was brought.
It may be easy to blame the girl for bringing more victims, but she was alleged abused by Epstein more than 50 times. She was clearly very traumatized. She provided Epstein with a network of young girls, and apparently Epstein liked them young. An air traffic controller told the U.S. Marshals Service that she watched Jeffrey Epstein disembark from his plane accompanied by girls as young as 11 on two separate occasions. Though this event occurred in Summer and Fall of 2018, we are only hearing about it now thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request.
Sadly, this news changes little. A federal judge has already dismissed the sex trafficking case against Jeffrey Epstein following his death.
Chauntae Davies, one of Epstein’s accusers, says that she is suspicious of Epstein’s death––she does not believe it was suicide, because she thought Epstein was certain he’d beat the charges. She’s not the only one. One of Jeffrey Epstein’s defense lawyers is deeply skeptical that Epstein actually committed suicide. The attorney argues that Epstein did not seem depressed, defeated, or despondent in the days before his death, and that Epstein’s injuries seem much more consistent with assault.
Federal investigators have subpoenaed employees at the jail where Jeffery Epstein killed himself. The subpoenas follow the employees’ refusal to cooperate with the investigation into Epstein’s suicide.
William Barr opened an investigation into Epstein’s death, citing irregularities that led to his suicide. The guards who were supposed to be watching him were, allegedly, asleep. The prison where Epstein was held was also, allegedly, nearly “suicide proof.”
Conspiracy theories began almost immediately after Epstein’s death. Denizens of the internet (particularly Twitter and Reddit) were of one mind about the suicide: that it was orchestrated to keep Epstein from publicly implicating powerful people involved in his alleged sex-ring.
The flames of conspiracy were fanned earlier this week when Epstein’s representatives hired Michael Baden, a pathologist for famous deaths, to do his own autopsy. Worse, even before Baden has had his chance to do an autopsy, the state autopsy discovered broken bones in Epstein’s neck.
Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide, but that hasn’t ended the conspiracy theories. Hopefully investigations will reveal whether guards were paid off, allowing Epstein to kill himself. Some speculate that outside actors paid the guards and forced, coerced, or convinced Epstein to kill himself.