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Jeffrey Epstein victims suing over FBI’s alleged failure to investigate ‘Mossad honey-pot operation’

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Twelve of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers have launched legal action against the FBI for allegedly failing to bring the Mossad-linked paedophile financier and his co-conspirators to justice for running an “illegal sex trafficking ring for the elite”.

The lawsuit, which was filed on February 14 on behalf of 12 unnamed women in the Southern District of New York, alleged that “the FBI’s repeated and continued failures, delays and inaction allowed Epstein and others to continue their sex trafficking conspiracy for almost 25 years”.

The alleged victims are seeking unspecified damages, and are calling on the US government to unseal FBI documents.

“For over two decades, the [FBI] permitted Jeffrey Epstein to sex traffic and sexually abuse scores of children and young women by failing to do the job the American people expected of it and that the FBI’s own rules and regulations required: investigate the reports, tips, and evidence it had of rampant sexual abuse and sex trafficking by Epstein and protect the young women and children who fell victim to him,” the lawsuit reads.

“Epstein orchestrated an illegal sex trafficking ring for the elite and the FBI failed to adequately investigate the abuse, failed to interview the victims, failed to investigate the crimes and did not follow routine procedure or offer victim assistance notwithstanding credible reports and tips.”

For almost 20 years, the government failed to act on numerous complaints and testimony given to them in connection to Jeffrey Epstein’s trafficking ring, according to the lawsuit, and likewise, many mainstream media outlets failed to report on the matter. According to ABC reporter Amy Robach, in an off-air rant back in 2019, now made public on social media, she claimed:

“I’ve had this story for three years… I’ve had this interview with Virginia Roberts… We would not put it on the air. First I was told ‘Who is Jeffrey Epstein, nobody know who that is, this is a stupid story’. Then ‘the palace’ found out we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways. We were so afraid we wouldn’t be able to interview Kate and Will.”

During this same video tirade Ms Robach also claimed she had evidence, in the form of photos, testimonials and flight records, that would incriminate and connect high profile figures to the Epstein sex trafficking ring, but was not allowed to follow through with the story due to external pressure.

She later said in a statement made along with ABC that she was “caught in a private moment of frustration” when she made the comments, and claimed she and the network “have continued to pursue this important story”.

According to the lawsuit, child sex trafficking allegations against Epstein first surfaced in 1996 when Maria Farmer reported to authorities in New York City and the FBI that she and her sister had been victimised by Epstein and his accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell.

However, the lawsuit states that the FBI allegedly neglected to pursue an investigation, and “hung up” on her.

For the next nine years more allegations emerged until Epstein’s 2005 arrest for having sex with a child prostitute.

Allegations continued to crop up until Epstein was arrested for having sex with a child prostitute in 2005, and the lawsuit alleged that despite being alerted about “suspicious transactions” by his bank the FBI did not investigate until the bank was recently sued by the US Virgin Islands.

Flight logs, court records and other documents, which have been leaked or released in connection with Epstein seem to reveal that not only did he have connections with A-list celebrities and politicians, but connections to the Mossad, Israel’s secret intelligence service.

Ghislaine Maxwell made introductions for Epstein, to her father, Robert Maxwell, widely believed to have been an Israeli espionage agent. The documents also reveal Epstein had an ongoing relationship with many Israeli financiers connected to the Mossad.

Former Israeli spy Ari Ben Menashe, who writes that Epstein was also a Mossad agent in his forthcoming book, claims that the intelligence service, with the help of Epstein, ran a “honey-trap” operation, providing young girls to politicians for sex in order to collect material for blackmail.

Epstein died by alleged suicide in 2019 while in jail. He was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.

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