Epstein: A Pedophile’s Tale: Act Three: Meet a Victim

Paul Serran’s excellent “A Pedophile’s Tale, in Three Acts” serves as a primer for Jeffrey Epstein.  It covers the background behind the federal prosecution of arguably the world’s most famous sex perv. 

His third act ends prior to Epstein’s recent arrest.

The three acts provide a great backgroiund to what happened leading up to Epstein’s latest charges, and who might also be charged as well as what Epstein’s true goals were. Were they merely a rich perv who thought he was above the law – or was he blackmailing others, possibly for others as well as himself?

Epstein: A Pedophile’s Tale, in Three Acts [Act 1]  

Epstein: A Pedophile’s Tale, in Three Acts [Act 2] Investigations by the FBI

 

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By Paul Serran

Her name is Virginia Roberts.

In many respects, she was the princess of Epstein’s sex slaves.

By that point, Epstein had settled 17 underage sex charges, and the Daily mail reminds us that the names of FAMOUS friends were kept out of the light by the plea deal that prevented it from going to court.
Also, we learn how he used this child, and gave her away as a sexual gift to his male friends.

Virginia was “recruited” by Ghislaine Maxwell to be a “masseuse”.

So she went, with the blessing of her father.

For three years, she was sexually abused by Epstein while underage.

Virginia is not a statistic. She is an abused human being.

Look into her eyes. Acknowledge her pain. This is the least we can do.

He made her feel SO SPECIAL, and then he started handing her out to other men.
She was nothing but a sex toy to those two.

They made her obedient, made her do repulsing stuff, and yet… she thought they cared for her.

She would be delighted to go on trips with them.

In one of those trips, in London: “You’re going to dance with a Prince, tonight.”

There they are. Virginia Roberts and Prince Andrew of England.

She was now officially the princess of the sex-slaves.

She did get paid “royally” for her invaluable services to the Monarchy.
As pedophiles always do, Epstein got disinterested on her as she became a fully grown woman. So he asked her to bear him a child, and – of course – surrender all rights to the baby.
She met an Australian man in Thailand, and was trying to move on with her life when the police got her back in the story.

She has since settled financial agreements with both Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. But the story is not over, for her.

She is seeking in court to release the documents of her case, to make the world aware of the sex trafficking by the superelites.

(The Miami Herald has brought all that story back to the surface with a series of articles.

miamiherald.com/news/local/art…

Two mysterious parties seek to keep documents from Epstein case sealed.

miamiherald.com/news/politics-…

The story will end like it began, with the perp behind bars – but this time FOR REAL.

 

 

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  • Frank,

    Thanks so much for sharing this series of articles.

    The Epstein pedophile story seems almost surreal.

    Besides the blackmail angle…
    ….Do you think it’s possible that Epstein was turning a profit directly from booking (loaning) the girls out?

    How much would billionaire pedophiles pay for a rotating groups of young girls?

    An IT person according to the NYTimes who worked for Epstein claims to have seen as many as 15 girls at a time.

    The IT person I am mentioning had paid invoices and recipes of payment in excess of $450,000 proving he worked for Epstein.

    I am no expert on pedophiles but one 15 girls for one pedophile, seems a little excessive for one weekend.

  • Even though he is likely to spend the rest of his life in prison, his victims have been cheated out of the carefree lives they should have had as children. So as well as being a sex offender, he is also a thief. Money can’t fix that, but I hope every penny of his assets go to the survivors of his crimes. He should be left with nothing; not even enough to buy a chocolate bar from the prison commissary. I myself am a victim of child abuse, so I know how deep the damage and pain goes. Recovery is possible, but not easy, cheap, or quick.

  • The retail titan behind Victoria’s Secret has accused the financier Jeffrey Epstein of misappropriating “vast sums” of his fortune while managing his personal finances more than a decade ago.
    The letter was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, which put the amount of misappropriated money at more than $46 million.
    https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2019-08-08/jeffrey-epstein-victorias-secret-billionaire-finances

    • Wexner’s statement is interesting in that in doesn’t even begin to really explain the unusual relationship between the two, particularly the cult-like level of control Epstein exercised, such as getting the tycoon to cut off connections with friends and family. As we’ve seen in the NXIVM case, some people are surprisingly vulnerable to being manipulated extensively, and even seemingly otherwise successful people can have such weak spots. It’s also possible that their relationship was deeply pathological or sinister.

      My bet is that if Epstein if made $500 million or more, more than half and maybe almost all of that was skimmed or scammed off of Wexner.

      The story is also available at AP: https://www.apnews.com/6e159e2fde8d4d52bffc29de288193b4

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