By: Rick Walker with Information from Maverick News Contributors
The long-anticipated release of the first batch of documents related to a settled lawsuit involving the late financier and accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein occurred on Wednesday evening, as confirmed by court records. The documents were part of a defamation lawsuit filed in 2015 against British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell by Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
The released court materials included forty exhibits, comprising hundreds of pages of filings from the case. Many of the high-profile names mentioned had been previously reported, and the documents are part of the ongoing legal saga surrounding Epstein's associates. Notably, the latest documents unveiled details from Giuffre's deposition, where she claimed to have been directed to engage in sexual activities with Prince Andrew, another prince, and the owner of an unnamed large hotel chain.
The deposition also included statements from Johanna Sjoberg, who recounted Epstein's mention of former President Bill Clinton, suggesting that Clinton "likes them young." However, the document does not allege any wrongdoing on Clinton's part. It also highlighted that Donald Trump and Clinton appeared in the deposition, but without any accusations of misconduct.
In addition lawyer Allan Dershowitz is named in this first document release and his name in referenced approximately 137 times. Dershowitz has stated he travelled to Epstein's Island only because he was representing Epstein, but the information in the documents seem to contradict that statement. Dershowitz is mentioned more than any other individual. Bill Clinton is referenced 73 times, and Prince Andrew is referenced 38 times.
The court materials, totaling over 150 names, stem from the civil lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence in Florida for sex trafficking and other charges related to her association with Epstein's criminal activities.
In a separate case, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska had ordered the release of the materials after January 1, with a provision to delay the disclosure of names for individuals who objected to it. The judge clarified that the names of minor victims who hadn't testified or were unknown to the public would remain sealed.
The release of these documents sparked widespread interest, causing the court website hosting the information to crash.
It's crucial to underline that any information or evidence presented here that may suggest illegal activities may be incomplete and allegations which may result from the release of this information would still need to be proven in court. Allegations by some that the Epstein operation involved blackmail would also still need to be dealt with in separate legal proceedings.
This document dump is just the first in a series to come, and while some of those identified may not have engaged in illegal activity, this newly released information still marks a significant milestone in world history, and is bound to have a significant impact on American and Western culture, and politics in the months and years ahead. It is also not entirely clear how this series of document releases, might impact this year's U.S. Presidential election.
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