A "Well-Known Prime Minister" Is Named In The Epstein Files
July 12th, 2019 | Poletical
In an order to unseal documents related to Jeffrey Epstein's allegations and conviction on sexual abuse, a "well-known prime minister" is referenced along with "powerful business executives" and "foreign presidents". These allegations are made by petitioners who claim many powerful men sexually abused children and young girls that were provided to them by Jeffrey Epstein on his private plane and private island.
“These petitioners included in their filings not only descriptions of sexual abuse by Epstein, but also new allegations of sexual abuse by several other prominent individuals, ‘including numerous prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well‐known Prime Minister, and other world leaders,'” the order states.
Files related to the case are set for release within weeks.
It is not mentioned which country the well-known prime minister is from. However, UK prime minister, Tony Blair, has been a known acquaintance of Jeffrey Epstein for many years.
Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty in 2008 to the solicitation of young girls as young as 14. Claims made by victims have pointed at several prominent and powerful men from around the world, including Bill Clinton, who often flew on Epstein's private plane without a Secret Service detail while he was president. Donald Trump has also called Jeffrey Epstein a "friend" in the past.
Trump's current Labour Secretary, Alexander Acosta, was the US Attorney responsible for granting Epstein a light sentence following his 2008 guilty plea. Acosta will resign on July 19th.
More to come.
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