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Monday, April 15, 2024

Epstein Worked for Israel’s Mossad? New Client List to be Released Soon

Epstein may have worked for Mossad as a new client list, including high-profile names, is set to be released soon.

Court documents from the 2015 defamation lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell are set to reveal a list of names connected to the infamous Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case. Over 200 names are allegedly part of this list, with 20 prominent figures making headlines.

Among the notable names are the director of the CIA, William Burns, former White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, activist Noam Chomsky, venture capitalist Reid Hoffman, and former Harvard president Lawrence Summers. The list also includes Woody Allen, Bill Gates, former Norwegian Prime Minister Thorbjørn Jagland, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, and former Barclays chairman Jes Staley.

The court documents, part of the defamation lawsuit settled in 2017, are expected to reveal more than 150 names linked to Epstein, who died by suicide in a US prison in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. The lawsuit brought by Giuffre accused Maxwell of facilitating her sexual abuse at the hands of Epstein and other powerful figures.

Epstein’s Legacy

The release of the names is anticipated to bring renewed attention to Epstein’s sex-trafficking operation, which has been a subject of international headlines for years. The list may include Epstein’s victims who were taken to various locations, including a mansion in New York, a Palm Beach villa, a private island in the US Virgin Islands, and a ranch outside Santa Fe.

Interest in the case was reignited in 2018 when the Miami Herald initiated legal proceedings to access the documents. While the defamation suit ended in 2017, the documents continued to provoke interest and were released on a rolling basis, leading to the upcoming revelation of names connected to Epstein’s dark legacy.

Mossad Connection

Former Israeli spy Ari Ben-Menashe claims in his upcoming book, “Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” that Epstein and Maxwell were Israeli spies. Ben-Menashe alleges they ran a “honey-trap” operation, providing young girls to politicians for sex and then using the incidents to blackmail them for Israeli intelligence.

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Ben-Menashe, who claims to have been Ghislaine Maxwell’s handler, states that Epstein was introduced to Mossad by Maxwell’s father, Robert Maxwell, also an Israeli espionage agent. The book suggests that Maxwell may have worked for other governments as a double or triple agent.

While the statements made by Ben-Menashe are yet to be substantiated, they raise significant questions about the extent of Epstein’s activities and potential involvement in state-sponsored espionage.

The release of the names and the allegations of espionage add new dimensions to the Epstein saga, highlighting the complex web of connections that may have played a role in his activities. As the public awaits the unveiling of the infamous “black book,” the implications for figures from various sectors, including politics, entertainment, and academia, remain to be seen.