The Other Prince
Here, Jamie Dlux traces flight log records to show Jeffrey Epstein flew into Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and remained there on the day of the 2016 election. There’s an interesting connection because Jeffrey Bezos was in Saudi Arabia at precisely the same time to try to get the Saudi royals to invest in Amazon.
Dlux also draws upon court documents in the case of Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has accused Epstein and his handler, Ghislaine MAxwell, with pimping her out to a variety of powerful men while she was still underage. Those identified have included former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, former Maine Sen. George Mitchell, the late MIT professor Marvin Minsky, Hyatt hotels executive chairman Tom Pritzer and others, including two princes.
One of those princes has already been clearly identified: Great Britain’s Prince Andrew. Here, Dlux makes the case that the second prince most likely was Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
Meanwhile, thousands of documents, audio files, legal briefs and videos pertaining to Jeffrey Epstein were released Thursday by Dave Aronberg, the State Attorney for Palm Beach County in Florida. Aronberg, a Democrat, has posted all of these public records in searchable files at http://www.sa15.state.fl.us/stateattorney/NewsRoom/indexPREpstein.htm
Longtime Epstein investigator Jason Bermas does a deep-dive through the documents below to help you get started in pursuing your own probes. There’s much here, so it is going to take quite some time to digest and make sense of all of this information. As Bermas calls it, it’s a Huge Data Dump.ARVE Error: need id and provider
It was a busy day for Jason Bermas Thursday. He made more than half a dozen videos. including a second one that addresses the appearance by Epstein lawyer Alan Dershowitz on The View. This comes as new charges have been raised against Dershowitz from another Epstein victim. She says Dershowitz molested her and even engaged in a threesome on one occasion.ARVE Error: need id and provider