Weeks before the 9/11 attacks, an FBI operation titled Operation Avalanche successfully brought down what was then the largest-ever commercial pornography enterprise in the U.S. The lower levels of the FBI directed the operation, tracing thousands of predators through credit card info used to pay for pornography. The sting was wildly successful and many of those apprehended were indicted.
But the results didn’t sit well with the high echelon of the FBI, who felt a distraction was needed to take the nation’s mind off Operation Avalanche. And one surfaced on Sept. 11, 2001, which buried the event in the news cycle. Digging deeper into the archives of the sting, Riss Flex discovered why the FBI bosses were so antsy. Among some of the websites taken down, just weeks before 9/11, were Lolita World, Lolita Hard Core, Innocent Lolita and Black Cat Lolita.
Sound familiar? “It should,” says Flex. “It was the name of (Jeffrey) Epstein’s airplane. As we know, Epstein’s airplane, the Lolita Express, was frequented by the Clinton Administration, who had all the pre-9/11 intel. We knew they had it, because of the Gilmore Commission.” She adds that Epstein visited the Pentagon several times before 9/11, was involved with international intelligence agencies and used minor victims to collect blackmail on people. Check out more of the wild details with Flex. (Editor’s note: The video, titled “Children Found Weeks Before 9/11,” can be accessed at: http://www.youtube.com/c/RissFlex)