Files show Bureau negotiated deal with billionaire while while Mueller was FBI director
In early December, the world reeled in horror as convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein bought his way out of justice and escaped his child sex abuse trial by settling the case out of court for an undisclosed sum.
The court case was an opportunity for the many victims of the serial molester to tell their stories from the witness stand, but the case will never see a courtroom after it was announced that the predator had settled the case, making him a free man today.
Aside from the monetary settlement, Epstein was also forced to issue an apology — not to the dozens of women who were waiting to testify about how they were sexually abused by Epstein as underage girls, but to the lawyer who represented them.
The last-minute settlement was reached in the case against the registered sex offender just before jury selection was to begin — and, for now, it likely means none of the women will be able to speak about the alleged abuse they endured at Epstein’s hands, according to the Associated Press.
Now, in light of the recent miscarriage of justice in the Epstein case, documents that surfaced over the summer have again reemerged.
The docs show that the FBI, under the leadership of Robert Mueller, may have struck a deal that allowed him to avoid prosecution during the agency’s investigation of billionaire pedophile.
According to a series of bombshell FBI documents that were first made public in May, known child predator Epstein may have had a working relationship with the agency under then-FBI Director Robert Mueller.
“Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon,” says one of the FBI documents.
“Case agent advised that no federal prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to uphold his agreement with the state of Florida.”
According to True Pundit, Twitter sleuth @Techno_Fog mined an interesting gem from the files, showing that Epstein likely served as an informant to the FBI.
Robert Mueller’s FBI in 2008.
Wait. Was pedophile Jeffrey Epstein an informant for Mueller’s FBI?
From the 5/24/18 FBI Vault release: “Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon.”
Is that why he escaped serious charges for molesting over twenty girls? pic.twitter.com/K4suAumD85
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) May 24, 2018
Epstein is a controversial figure and friend of the Clinton family, alleged to run the sexual “Lolita Express” jet carrying elite guests to his private island.
The FBI’s release includes heavily redacted pages and also a large number of deleted pages, among other unredacted documents.
The Doc links are below:
Jeffrey Epstein: https://t.co/8t12X3OQue
— FBI Records Vault (@FBIRecordsVault) May 24, 2018
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UPDATE: An earlier version of this article had a phrase that may have appeared to suggest that Mueller acted alone, or on a personal level. The article has been updated to clarify that Mueller was FBI director at the time the documents were published.