This 8 July 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Where did Jeffrey Epstein’s money come from?
Investigative journalist Vicky Ward first wrote about Jeffrey Epstein in 2003 and has been closely following the new sex trafficking charges against the billionaire. She says a prevailing mystery is where his wealth actually comes from, and how his social connections helped him avoid harsher punishment. “This is a man who definitely trades in the knowledge he has over the rich and famous and uses it for leverage”, she says.
NUDE PICS OF GIRLS, WITNESS TAMPERING AND WORSE According to the indictment and bail memorandum detailing new charges against billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, he allegedly used his victims to recruit other minors to sexually abuse and kept a trove of nude photographs of girls even after being convicted in 2008 on prostitution charges. [HuffPost]
From Jewish daily Forward in the USA:
Epstein Accuser Says She Was Assaulted In Billionaire Les Wexner’s Home
July 8, 2019
By Alyssa Fisher
From the Daily Beast in the USA:
A woman named Maria Farmer claimed in April in an affidavit that Epstein sexually assaulted her at Les Wexner’s mansion in Ohio in 1996, and that he molested her 15-year-old sister in New Mexico. She also said that Dershowitz used to frequent Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion as girls in school uniforms paraded in for “modeling” calls.
From The Daily Beast in the USA:
Jeffrey Epstein’s Sick Story Played Out for Years in Plain Sight
How did the New York financier stay nearly untouchable for decades? Vicky Ward—who has reported extensively on Epstein, on efforts to rehabilitate him—finds out what’s changed.
9 July 2019
A couple of years ago, I was interviewing a former senior White House official when the name Jeffrey Epstein came up.
Unaware of my personal history with Epstein, this person assured me that the New York financier was no serious harm to anyone. He was a good guy. A charming guy. Useful, too. He knew a lot of rich Arabs, including the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, and, further, he had clever ideas about creating bond issues for them. “OK, so he has a girl problem”, this person threw on, almost as an afterthought. …
For almost two decades, for some nebulous reason, whether to do with ties to foreign intelligence, his billions of dollars, or his social connections, Epstein, whose alleged sexual sickness and horrific assaults on women without means or ability to protect themselves is well-known in his circle, remained untouchable.
Also from the Daily Beast, 9 July 2019:
Everything You Need to Know About the Jeffrey Epstein Case
The filthy-rich financier is at the center of a tangled scandal that stretches back years …
Well, were other men involved?
That’s the billion-dollar question. A number of women who have publicly accused Epstein in the past say they were essentially shared with the money manager’s rich and powerful friends. A woman named Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleges that Epstein kept her as a sex slave and loaned her out to pals, including Prince Andrew and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz. … On Monday night, former President Bill Clinton issued a statement saying that while he had taken four long trips on Epstein’s plane he knew nothing about what Clinton called “his terrible crimes.”
WHERE ARE EPSTEIN’S ALLEGED ACCOMPLICES NOW? For decades, financier Jeffrey Epstein allegedly abused dozens of underage girls. But in order to “create a vast network of underage victims” and expand his range of possible targets, he relied on the loyalty and organizational skills of his employees, prosecutors claim. [The Daily Beast]
AIR FORCE GENERAL ACCUSED OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT A senior military officer has accused an Air Force general tapped to be the next vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of sexual misconduct. The accusation may have an effect on his nomination. [AP]
12 MORE WOMEN ACCUSE EPSTEIN At least a dozen more women have reportedly come forward with accusations of sexual assault and sex trafficking since billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was arrested last weekend. [HuffPost]