Riss Flex says media reports earlier this week reveal that from 1992 to 1996 Jeffrey Epstein rented a five-story New York City mansion from the federal government, who turned around and sued him for subletting it.
Epstein first rented the mansion on the Upper East Side from President George H.W. Bush and throughout the presidency of Bill Clinton. Epstein then drew the ire of the government, subleasing the mansion to prominent defense criminal attorney Ivan Fisher, who defended members of the French Connection and Mafia, who laundered drug money through New York pizza parlors.
Flex also discovered that the largest sinkhole ever found, in South America, was on the grounds of a copper mine, owned by Lundin Group, a major donor to the Clinton Foundation. Epstein had once claimed he co-founded the foundation, she says. Lundin Group also sponsored Ronald Reagan’s election campaign and all of Reagan’s assets were transferred to a financial institution owned by Dr. Henry Singleton in New Mexico, whose massive cattle ranch borders Epstein’s infamous Zorro Ranch (See “Cleaning Up New Mexico” on Stormy, Aug. 5). Flex says Singleton ran Reagan’s blind trust.
“You see, Epstein brought in the money and the power and this is how they are able to control the government through the bureaucracy,” Flex says. Here’s more of her report.