The Jeffrey Epstein pedophile case is a massive scandal whose range encompasses both political parties and stretches around the world to the highest echelons of power. It is not that Epstein himself was particularly powerful, but that by veritably acting as a pimp who procured very young girls for very rich men, many of them Jewish and beginning with American Jewish billionaire and L Brands CEO Les Wexner, Epstein made himself the go-to man for acquiring, managing, and dealing with children trafficked as sex slaves.
In the last three days, two things have happened, let alone the other events. First, the lead investigator for the Epstein case, a detective from Florida, has now been found mysteriously dead:
He solved murders, obtained confessions, worked overtime, fell in love and brought coworkers lunch.
And he still had time to crack some jokes.
Joseph Recarey, a former Palm Beach detective who had a knack for making others smile, who tackled the island’s largest and most important investigations, and who cared deeply for his family and friends, died Friday, May 25, 2018, after a brief illness. He was 50.
Recarey was one of the most decorated police officers in the history of the department with more than 150 commendations, 11 officer-of-the-month awards and a 2013 Palm Beach Police Foundation Officer of the Year award, Reiter said. He worked in several units, including the Organized Crime Vice and Narcotics Unit and the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Public Integrity Unit. He was a lead detective in many major investigations, including the high-profile solicitation-of-minors case against billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
“He was one of the best police officers I ever had the pleasure of working with,” said former chief and current Town Manager Kirk Blouin.Friends recalled Recarey as a relentless worker. Once, while working in the organized crime office, Recarey accumulated so many hours that other officers told him to take a week off, former Chief Dan Szarszewski said. Recarey went home, but soon he got a call from a witness.He was back working the next day.
No other information about the cause of death was released. (source)
Now, today, Les Wexner, the man who Epstein worked with for decades, all during the time that Epstein was pimping girls to the most powerful people that Wexner and all these other people were tied to, has said that he had “no idea” that Epstein was doing what he was doing, and how he is “disgusted” by it:
“Being taken advantage of by someone who is … so depraved is something I’m embarrassed I’m even close to,” Wexner said. “In the present, everyone has to feel enormous regret for the advantage that was taken of so many young women.”
Wexner said in August he first met Epstein in the mid-1980s through friends who vouched for him. Their relationship grew so close that Wexner handed over to Epstein the power of attorney. Epstein was a trustee of the Wexner Foundation, though Wexner has said the financier had no executive responsibilities.
“We are all betrayed by friends,” said Wexner. “At the end the day, people have secret lives because … they’re so good at hiding those secrets.”
Epstein faced federal charges of sex trafficking involving underage girls when he killed himself last month at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York.
Wexner has said he had severed ties with Epstein in the fall of 2007, after previous allegations against Epstein emerged. In 2008, Epstein pleaded guilty to state charges in Florida of procuring a person under 18 for prostitution and felony solicitation of prostitution.
Wexner said he later discovered Epstein had misappropriated more than $46 million of his personal money. Wexner and his legal team have been providing documents to federal investigators that he believes demonstrate “all sorts of irregularities and theft.”
Epstein’s connections to L Brands are also under investigation. Wexner owns more than 16% of the company he founded, according to FactSet. Its board includes several people with whom he has close business and social relations, including his wife, Abigail. (source, source)
Do I need to comment more on the situation with Wexner? Or is it not obvious enough by the context?
The timeline between Wexner and Epstein is obvious. The two men have known each other since the 1980s. All this time, Epstein was involved in pimping and it seems to be connected to his relationship initially with Wexner. For almost thirty years, Jeffrey Epstein- a nobody financier who claimed ties as an intelligence agent, worked with the daughter of the head of Israeli intelligence for decades, had direct ties to infamous Saudi arms dealer and Gladio associate Adnan Khashogghi- was very close to Wexner.
It is highly likely- almost impossible -to be this close to somebody, including the fact that Wexner gave Epstein power of attorney over his money, and not know that Epstein was at the very least involved in child sexual exploitation at some level.
Now while there would need to be further investigation, one cannot help but wonder that based on the context if there is an almost Clintonian feel to Wexner’s statements.
Even in spite of the fact that die-hard Trump fans will deny that Trump ever did anything with children- a claim that has neither been proved or clearly refuted -the fact is that Trump alluded directly to Epstein being involved with sex involving children.
Now Trump was close to Epstein, but not as close as Wexner. How on earth is it possible that Wexner could not have known more?
Wexner’s conduct reminds one of fictional Jewish gangster Hyman Roth, who attempted to deceive his own associated in the Godfather II, as he knew that a Cuban revolution was coming and he wanted to unload his assets before it happened. Afterwards when the US police came to arrest him for being a criminal, he claimed he was being persecuted as a Jew who just wanted to go “retire among my people” before being executed.
Then there is the issue of the cameras outside of Epstein’s cell, which were just co-incidentally broken, and then the FBI declared that they would “investigate” it:
Two cameras that malfunctioned outside the jail cell where financier Jeffrey Epstein died as he awaited trial on sex-trafficking charges have been sent to an FBI crime lab for examination, a law enforcement source told Reuters.
Epstein’s lawyers Reid Weingarten and Martin Weinberg told U.S. District Judge Richard Berman in Manhattan on Tuesday they had doubts about the New York City chief medical examiner’s conclusion that their client killed himself.
The two cameras were within view of the Manhattan jail cell where he was found dead on Aug. 10. A source earlier told Reuters two jail guards failed to follow a procedure overnight to make separate checks on all prisoners every 30 minutes.
He had been taken off suicide watch prior to his death.
If this was a crime that involved a person in a far less important capacity, would such a statement be made? Or would there be an actual investigation? The answer is clearly the latter, and the only reason why Epstein is able to escape such scrutiny is because, as many have noted, he is a pimp for the wealthy individuals and families in finance and business. To protect Epstein is to protect themselves, for as pornography is a sin that cannot be hidden as with all forms of sexual license, if Epstein is exposed, so are they exposed too.
Next, there is the fact that only one photo of Epstein’s body has been shown, and that he has been supposedly buried in an unmarked grave in a Jewish cemetery in Florida.
Why the rush to bury him? Why can the public not see the body? When Saddam Hussein was murdered, the US made sure the body was seen, and the same with other people. But why is it that Epstein was quickly whisked away, and only one brief photo was able to get out, and even that photo has raised many questions itself? Why no investigations, no autopsy, no further details, when Americans love things like this?
The entire forced and rushed nature of the affair is NOT normal, especially according to American standards, as we are a people who love to gloat over the accused of a crime. Daytime television talk shows are proof of this. Yet when a real criminal, a man who is involved in the trafficking, rape, and possibly worse of children with ties to the political and business idols is caught, there is uniform silence imposed on the public.
This should speak tremendously and directly as to how real the Epstein case is, because if it were not real, so many efforts would not be put into shutting down and disposing of its memory.
In Belgium, the infamous and highly evil Dutroux Affair, which is the equivalent of the Epstein case, rocked the entire nation and it still upsets people.
But in America? There is near complete silence over this case save for a small group of people who keep the information alive, and shout into a void that most do not care about.
People in America love to talk about a “revolution” and “patriots rising up,” or some equivalent of it. But the reality is that the revolution is taking place before you, right now as you live. The revolution has already happened, and the general public has decided not to do anything at all, but rather remain in passive “silence” for fear of causing “disruptions,” and those who do say something are immediately labeled as a kind of upstart or bad person for violating the code.
Any rebellion was already squashed long ago, and it is enforced by the people themselves, not the “elites,” who sit back and laugh and the way so many fall into line.
You have power as individuals- not a lot, but some power, and it can be used for good. The biggest perhaps power is the refusal to quietly “go into that good night” while evil abounds, but to “rage, rage, against the dying of the light,” and for the sake of all that is right and good. This is how things change in any society.
Kudos to any person who has attempted to follow this case and research it, who has persisted and not given up. Even more must go to those who talk about it regardless of what “normal people” think.
Because the sad truth is that the “normal person” in America is just a useful slave and a fool who loves his chains and prefers the solace and distraction of his servitude as opposed to know or seek the truth.
It is no surprise then why Christianity has never truly taken root in America yet soon disappears, for while Wisdom cries out in the streets seeking those who want knowledge, she continually finds that the people are wanting.