(The AEGIS Alliance) – U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – The attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands filed a new lawsuit Wednesday that claims Jeffrey Epstein was trafficking young girls to his private island estate as recently as 2018, according to a report by The New York Times.
There are accusations against Epstein’s estate in the lawsuit that say he sexually abused young girls and women in the Caribbean as young as only 12 years old.
Attorney General Denise George filed the lawsuit in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands, and according to the lawsuit young women and underage girls were “deceptively lured” and recruited by Epstein associates to travel to the Virgin Islands with promises of “money, employment, school assistance, and career opportunities.”
“Epstein, through and in association with defendants, trafficked, raped, sexually assaulted and held captive underage girls and young women at his properties in the Virgin Islands.”
“Epstein created a network of companies and individuals who participated in and conspired with him in a pattern of criminal activity related to the sex trafficking, forced labor, sexual assault, child abuse and sexual servitude of these young women,” the lawsuit reads.
The lawsuit aims for Epstein’s USVI assets to be forfeited. The lawsuit did however, insist that the goal isn’t to supplant numerous women’s claims who’ve also filed suits against Epstein’s estate.
“These claims are distinct from, and are not intended to supplant, the claims of victims who were unconscionably harmed by Jeffrey Epstein and his associates,” the lawsuit states.
The lawsuit is also looking into the estate’s victim compensation fund, as a way to move towards avoiding a disastrous outcry from the public over Epstein’s criminal activity.
The lawsuit adds that, “Each of the participants continued to conspire to prevent detection of the breadth and scope of the Epstein Enterprise’s criminal wrongdoing and to prevent accountability.”
The official story is that Epstein’s death was by a suicidal hanging in jail last year after he was found unresponsive in his cell with neck injuries on July 23, 2019 in the early morning hours that day. However, there is a lot of controversy surrounding his death and the credible conspiracy that Epstein was murdered. The FBI is even allegedly investigating the role of a “criminal enterprise” involved in Epstein’s death.
The mystery surrounding Epstein’s death was recently brought to light again by the popular TV show 60 Minutes which was viewed by some as solid proof that Epstein didn’t kill himself, and there were already many people who were convinced of this before the episode aired.
It is apparent that elites and people in power had plenty of motive to take out Epstein in order to cover up their crimes and prevent him from testifying against them.
Featured Image: A property of Jeffrey Epstein on Little St James Island in the U.S. Virgin Islands. (Credit: Marco Bello/Reuters, FILE)
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