Sordid Tale Of The Zorro Ranch
When Jeffrey Epstein was arrested in 2019 and later convicted of sex trafficking, Little St. James Island, in the U.S. Virgin Islands, became embedded in American lexicon.
The Revelo Project’s D.J. Bolger and Carter Andrews report that the tiny island, one of several lavish properties Epstein owned around the world, was ground zero for his unimaginable depravity of illicit sex, drugs and lies. But little did anyone know that Epstein also owned the Zorro Ranch, a massive property with all the modern amenities in the New Mexico desert, which was shrouded in even more mystery, and where he was above the law.
Bolger says that while Epstein’s Little St. James properties and mansions in Florida and Manhattan were raided by the FBI, to this day it has yet to be reported that any law enforcement has entered the Zorro Ranch or seized any assets. One of Revelo Projects’ sources says, “The FBI didn’t even raid Zorro. They didn’t even go there and they (Zorro Ranch) had time to clean it up.”
In the following video, Bolger and Andrews unfold a sordid tale of sexual abuse and government corruption at the 7,600-acre ranch and reveal for the first time the discovery of a never-before-seen 6-foot-by-6-foot photo of a nude painting of young Ghislaine Maxwell sprawled out on a large chair wielding a dagger. They bring us the details, plus discuss the eye-witness accounts of abuse victims, Maria Farmer and Virginia Roberts, and their sexual liaisons with celebrity guests, and a peek at Epstein’s little black book of guests.
In a related story, KRQE-TV, in Albuquerque, reports that the infamous Zorro Ranch was recently sold to the San Rafael Ranch LLC for $18 million, down from its original asking price of $27.5 million. There is speculation on Bard, Google’s new AI social media chatbot, that American billionaire businessman and Epstein confidant, Les Wexner, is connected to the sale.