Looks like the ghost of Jeffrey Epstein is going to take some people down after all

Last night a fraction of the sealed evidence was publicly released from the long-settled lawsuit involving Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and one of their victims. That evidence alone is sending shockwaves – and it’s likely just the start of an avalanche.

For instance, the emails released last night appear to prove that Ghislaine Maxwell lied when she insisted in her bail hearing that she hadn’t communicated with Jeffrey Epstein in a decade. She already lost her bail hearing, but this helps ensure it won’t get overturned. Then there’s the matter of Epstein’s attorney Alan Dershowitz.

Epstein’s victim asserted in her testimony that Dershowitz sexually assaulted multiple underage girls, and that Dershowitz crafted the non-prosecution agreement that ensured Epstein’s co-conspirators wouldn’t go down. If this can be proven true, it should help invalidate that non-prosecution agreement, and it could land Dershowitz in prison for the rest of his life. He’s denying everything, but it feels like this is going to end up being decided by a jury at some point.

And this is just the start. Trump fans are excited because Bill Clinton’s name is mentioned in the transcripts, but there’s nothing in there that incriminates him. What Trump fans should be worried about is the part where the victim testified that Epstein and Maxwell preyed on her while she was at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago.

Of course the evidence will end up being what it is, and anyone who participated in or covered up Epstein’s crimes should go down for it, regardless of their political leanings. The point is that it’s all starting to come out. Additional evidence in this civil suit is tentatively set to be released on Monday. And that’s before getting to the criminal case against Maxwell. It looks like Jeffrey Epstein is going to take some people down after all.

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