Google Founder Sergey Brin is among four powerful business executives receiving subpoenas in the U.S. Virgin Islands’ Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit. The civil lawsuit was filed against J.P. Morgan Chase Bank for retaining Epstein as a client, while the U.S. Virgin Islands says bank officials, including CEO and chairman Jamie Dimon, knew he had been arrested and jailed on pedophile charges.
Besides Brin, others who received subpoenas included Thomas Pritzer, the executive chairman of the Hyatt Hotels, U.S. News & World Report publisher Mortimer Zuckerman and Michael Ovitz, former president of the Walt Disney Corporation.
The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, could not say precisely why these four were issued subpoenas, but it’s known that they were asked to provide documents and communications about Epstein and his private resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands, as well as any particular evidence tying him to the J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
Here’s more from attorney Robert Gouveia, who also delves into the role of CSAM, or child sex abuse material, in this case. The material sounds quite horrific and graphic, but rest assured, the CSAM is not depicted or reproduced here.
Meanwhile, feds in West Palm Beach, Florida, have arrested attorney Michael Dolce on charges of downloading more than 2,000 images of child sexual abuse to his home computers. Dolce was a partner in the law firm of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, but the firm promptly laid him off.
More importantly, he was one of the Democratic National Committee’s attorneys in charge of suing former President Donald trump in relationship to the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021. Here’s more from WPBF 25 News, an ABC outlet in Florida.