Did Epstein Tap Global Cables?
Here’s a new theory on Jeffrey Epstein’s far-flung criminal operation. We know he engaged in blackmailing elites after filming them engaged in sex with underage children. But did he also gather intelligence by tapping directly into international phone cables? That’s a theory explored here on JustInformed Talk.
Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s partner who procured youngsters for his sex trafficking activities, also operated a submarine as part of her so-called TerraMar Project. Sometimes, she would ferry elite guests — like the astronomer Stephen Hawking — to Epstein’s Little St. James Island on her submarine.That way, they could secretly indulge their fantasies.
JustInformed Talk suggests Maxwell also could have used the submarine to tap into “chokepoints” on the phone cable lines that connect North & South America with Europe and Africa. These cables exist along the sea floor across the Caribbean, and there are multiple cables near Epstein’s Little St. James Island.
We now have court records showing how Epstein talked with banking executive from J.P. Morgan Chase about “Snow White” and “Beauty and the Beast.” It’s assumed those are underage sex slaves. But could they also be referring to specific cables? The banking officer might well pay for intelligence on, say, one company preparing to buy another company, or legislative changes that could impact the industry. Similarly, the same information could be sold to spy agencies, like the CIA or Mossad.
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