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NEW DETAILS Epstein CASE | Ghislaine Maxwell Protected by Israël & HAS the DIRT! | 2020

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Ghislaine Maxwell: Socialite with bulletproof self-confidence in thrall to men and power
As Jeffrey Epstein's friend Ghislaine Maxwell is branded an 'unspeakable villain', Anne McElvoy recalls a socialite with bulletproof self-confidence in thrall to men and power
Sordid tale: Ghislaine Maxwell with Jeffrey Epstein
Prince Andrew with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts and Maxwell in 2001
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Privilege: Ghislaine Maxwell
Sordid tale: Ghislaine Maxwell with Jeffrey Epstein
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July 04 2020 10:46 AM

The Ghislaine Maxwell I met as a young women back in the heady Eighties at Oxford was the kind of student to excite envy, even among the Bright Young Things of the latter half of that decade of glitz and greed.

She was tall and striking, with a great mane of glossy dark hair and a fondness for showing off her lithe figure in bright clothes, adorned with proper jewellery, as the rest of us were scouring second-hand shops or Monsoon.

It's a jolt to think back on that time and realise that Ghislaine, in her early 20s, was only a few years older than the girls she is now accused of treating as sexual commodities to be procured for her friend and employer Jeffrey Epstein.

If "sleazy" is the word that now applies to the milieu she ended up inhabiting, there was little sign of it.

Ghislaine had the glamour - she could throw bashes at her father Robert Maxwell's house, Headington Hall, the vast property outside the city where Oscar Wilde had attended fancy dress parties.

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But she already had duties which seemed fantastically grown-up and came with her father's insistence that his children were close to his businesses and earned their way. They were completely in thrall to him.

So Ghislaine, not yet in her mid-20s, was a director of Oxford United Football Club and on hand to host receptions at Pergamon Press, run from offices at their Headington home.

As a product of Marlborough College she had a network of well-connected girlfriends, but to judge by her Oxford set she was already in thrall to a more urban, older group.

Our friend in common was the late Gottfried von Bismarck, whose combination of hard-partying and a vast knowledge of European aristocracy and history she adored.

Ghislaine, while herself on a pedestal of privilege, was armed with a self-confidence so bulletproof that she could joke about "making Diana (later Princess of Wales) cry" in a world where "teasing" about everything from the wrong boyfriend to the wrong designer could come uncomfortably close to bullying.

It's easy to forget how stratified the social world of the late Eighties was; there was an unspoken turf war at Oxford between the private and state-educated and a much wider gap in their friendship groups and cultures. Those with a cosmopolitan background stood out.

Ghislaine had a French mother and could slip in and out of English and French (she was not above doing so if she wanted to make an adverse comment about some poor Sloane not quite sotto-voce).

It's easy to retro-fit psychology, but hard to avoid the conclusion that the attraction to Epstein, as well as his obvious wealth and superficial charm in New York society, echoed her devotion to her father, the bullish late newspaper tycoon.

He was an often oppressive figure towards his children, but he held a special flame for Ghislaine (which meant that by the time she was a student she had a vast yacht named after her).

That relationship came with strings attached. She was allowed, indeed encouraged, to have a social life which could burnish his reputation.

But Maxwell was squeamish about the idea of her having boyfriends. A mutual friend, who spoke to her on such matters, tells me that the tycoon "wanted his daughter to be the ultimate prize and marry accordingly".

At Balliol, renowned for its lofty seriousness, she worked hard. Indeed, while being morally repugnant, the allegations that emerge of Ghislaine being an "enforcer" for Epstein, running his complex network of houses and the role of alleged procurer sound like hard work and she always had a capacity for that.

Like her brothers Kevin and Ian, she felt a need to stand out in Maxwell's critical eyes.

On the way to my morning tutorials at Oxford I would bump into Ghislaine when she was in her final year. She once confided that she was "going straight from a party which had lasted till dawn, to the library".

When her father died in 1991 in the Atlantic off the coast of the Canary Islands after vanishing from the yacht Lady Ghislaine, and his empire fell into a rubble which exposed debt and double-dealing, the years of plenty and admiration came to an abrupt end.

Ghislaine fled to New York to rebuild her life, but the career trajectory floundered, business enterprises came and went, and it never matched the promise of those assured early years.

She stayed close to a network of Britons in New York, but her emotional and financial dependency on Epstein appeared to become the centre of her life and the vortex which sucked her into a role that brought her the power to damage and control.

She still sought the kudos and intellectual heft of academia, becoming friends with East Coast writers and academics. One such acquaintance tells me they think she was "controlled" by Epstein throughout their relationship and this is likely to be a main part of her defence.

I met her once again a few years ago. We talked about the Balliol years and how much we missed our old friend von Bismarck, who died of a drug overdose.

Though we didn't know it, the net was closing in on Epstein. "We had a great time," she said ruefully. "It's tragic how things turn out."

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Friends of Jeffrey Epstein are probably terrified: Goodman

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Deutsche Bank Settles Over Ignored Red Flags on Jeffrey Epstein
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The German lender repeatedly overlooked suspicious transactions, including payments to people a New York regulator described as his co-conspirators.

The settlement is the latest punishment that Deutsche Bank, with headquarters in Frankfurt, has faced for violating anti-money-laundering laws and rules.
The settlement is the latest punishment that Deutsche Bank, with headquarters in Frankfurt, has faced for violating anti-money-laundering laws and rules.Credit...Felix Schmitt for The New York Times
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Payments to his alleged co-conspirators. Money wired to Russian models. A cash withdrawal of $100,000 for “tips and household expenses.”

When Jeffrey Epstein moved his money, Deutsche Bank didn’t ask many questions.

In a $150 million settlement announced on Tuesday, the New York Department of Financial Services said Mr. Epstein, a convicted sex offender, had engaged in suspicious transactions for years, even though Deutsche Bank deemed him a “high risk” client from the moment he became a customer in summer 2013.

“Despite knowing Mr. Epstein’s terrible criminal history, the bank inexcusably failed to detect or prevent millions of dollars of suspicious transactions,” Linda A. Lacewell, the department’s superintendent, said in a statement.

A year and a day after Mr. Epstein was arrested on federal sex-trafficking charges, the settlement described how bank employees had relied on informal meetings and institutional momentum to allow suspicious activity to proceed largely unchecked. Instead of performing appropriate due diligence on Mr. Epstein and the activity in his accounts, regulators wrote, the bank was focused on his potential to “generate millions of dollars of revenue as well as leads for other lucrative clients.”
Deutsche Bank acknowledged that it had erred in taking Mr. Epstein on as a client and that its processes had been weak. “Our reputation is our most valuable asset and we deeply regret our association with Epstein,” a bank spokesman, Daniel Hunter, said in a statement.
In a message to employees on Tuesday, the bank’s chief executive, Christian Sewing, said taking Mr. Epstein on was a “critical mistake and should never have happened.” He urged them to read the settlement document and “learn the appropriate lessons” from the bank’s past conduct.

“We all have to help ensure that this kind of thing does not happen again,” Mr. Sewing wrote.

The settlement — the first regulatory action taken against a financial institution in connection with Mr. Epstein — provides a glimpse into the mysterious finances of the self-described tax guru and financial adviser.

According to regulators, Mr. Epstein, who killed himself in a jail cell in New York last year while awaiting trial, sent $2.65 million in 120 wire transfers through accounts established in the name of an entity called the Butterfly Trust. Some of those payments — as well as money from other accounts — went to three people who had been named as co-conspirators in suits by Mr. Epstein’s accusers that were related to his 2008 guilty plea to prostitution charges in Florida.
Regulators did not name the co-conspirators in the settlement document. The settlement, citing published reports over those suits, describes the first two as having invoked their Fifth Amendment rights and the third as having been accused of recruiting girls for Mr. Epstein.

Four women were named as potential co-conspirators in the nonprosecution agreement Mr. Epstein reached with federal prosecutors that led to his plea to state charges in 2008. Another woman — Ghislaine Maxwell, a longtime confidante and business associate of Mr. Epstein — was charged last week by federal prosecutors in Manhattan with helping him recruit and groom teenage girls he abused at his lavish residences in New York, Florida and New Mexico.

Upon his death, Mr. Epstein left behind an estate valued at more than $600 million that is the subject of litigation by the attorney general of the United States Virgin Islands, where Mr. Epstein had lived and worked for nearly two decades. The attorney general, Denise George, has sued the estate, alleging that a company Mr. Epstein established there, Southern Trust, was a sham operation that he used to mislead the territory and receive a lucrative tax break.

It was Southern Trust — and a similarly named subsidiary, Southern Financial — that opened the first of Mr. Epstein’s accounts with Deutsche Bank in 2013. Over the next five years, Mr. Epstein, his related entities and his associates opened more than 40 accounts with the bank, the settlement said.
ImageGeoffrey Berman, then the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, announcing charges against Jeffery Epstein last year.
Geoffrey Berman, then the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, announcing charges against Jeffery Epstein last year.Credit...Stephanie Keith/Getty Images
Over the years, activities in those accounts were repeatedly questioned by Deutsche Bank employees, who were ignored by their superiors.

According to the settlement, an unnamed executive emailed the manager in charge of the relationship with Mr. Epstein in 2013, before any accounts were opened. The executive said that he had spoken to two other top bank officials and that neither had suggested that a relationship with Mr. Epstein required a risk review.
Bank officials frequently pointed to that email as a reason to keep him as a client or accommodate his wishes, the settlement said. That included setting up the Butterfly Trust accounts for him in 2014, even though, the settlement said, the accounts’ connection to the alleged co-conspirators created a “very real risk” that payments could be used to further or cover up criminal activity.

In 2015, after a specialist in the anti-money-laundering department raised concerns about the bank’s continued relationship with Mr. Epstein, a department manager and the executive who wrote the email two years earlier met with Mr. Epstein at his Manhattan townhouse to discuss new allegations of abuse contained in civil suits. The settlement said that bank officials had “appeared to be satisfied by Mr. Epstein’s response” and that the relationship had continued.

When the bank later set conditions for monitoring Mr. Epstein’s activity, the settlement said, they were poorly communicated, creating confusion. Anti-money-laundering specialists interpreted the guidance to mean that unusual activity should be flagged only if it was unusual for Mr. Epstein — which led to an alert about payments to a Russian model and a Russian publicity agent being dismissed because the transactions were “normal for this client,” according to an email cited in the settlement.

At the end of 2018 — after The Miami Herald published details of Mr. Epstein’s nonprosecution agreement with federal prosecutors from a decade earlier — the bank decided it could no longer keep Mr. Epstein as a client. But an unnamed bank employee who managed the institution’s relationship with him still drafted reference letters to send to other banks, on Deutsche Bank letterhead, according to the settlement.

“Banks are the first line of defense with respect to preventing the facilitation of crime through the financial system, and it is fundamental that banks tailor the monitoring of their customers’ activity based upon the types of risk that are posed by a particular customer,” said Ms. Lacewell, the regulator’s superintendent.

The settlement on Tuesday also covered compliance failures unrelated to Mr. Epstein. The department found that Deutsche Bank had not properly monitored transactions with Danske Bank Estonia and FBME Bank, a Tanzanian institution. As part of the agreement, Deutsche Bank promised to continue its work with an independent monitor — in place since 2017 — to improve its compliance systems.

While the settlement described a long list of missteps by Deutsche Bank, it praised the bank for its “exemplary cooperation.” It also said the bank had cut ties with other high-risk clients.
In a statement, the bank said it had invested nearly $1 billion in training and oversight, and had beefed up its anti-financial-crime division.

“It is our duty and our social responsibility to ensure that our banking services are used only for legitimate purposes,” Mr. Sewing said in his message to employees. “That’s exactly why we should always examine things critically, ask questions and speak up.”

The settlement is just the latest black eye for Deutsche Bank over legal and regulatory mistakes. Those include punishments by federal and state regulators, as well as the British authorities, for failing to stop Russian money laundering. And in 2015, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $2.5 billion in penalties to settle accusations that it had manipulated the London interbank offered rate, or LIBOR.

Deutsche Bank has also attracted scrutiny for its relationship with President Trump and his family. It has been the long-running lender for Mr. Trump and has been the target of subpoenas from congressional investigators and state prosecutors.

Some of the payments Mr. Epstein made from his Deutsche Bank accounts were “inherently suspicious,” regulators wrote. Those included multiple settlement payments totaling more than $7 million and payments totaling more than $6 million for what regulators said appeared to be legal expenses for himself and for people the settlement identified as co-conspirators.

Other transactions — even if harmless — should have raised alarms, regulators wrote.

One of Mr. Epstein’s personal lawyers made $800,000 in withdrawals for Mr. Epstein over a four-year period. Regulators said the bank never got a good explanation for those withdrawals, except that Mr. Epstein needed the money for travel, expenses and paying tips.

According to the settlement, the unnamed lawyer twice asked bank officials how much money could be withdrawn without triggering some kind of alert. Suspicious that he was trying to circumvent federal regulations that require cash transactions of $10,000 or more to be reported to the government, bank employees spoke to the lawyer.
The settlement said the lawyer denied trying to avoid such a report, and bank officials allowed him to continue making withdrawals on Mr. Epstein’s behalf — including taking out $100,000 at a branch on Park Avenue, not far from Mr. Epstein’s townhouse.

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Head of the Snake -
Wexner, Maxwell’s, Mossad & Mega Group Exposed

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Whitehall_Bin_Men wrote:
Head of the Snake -
Wexner, Maxwell’s, Mossad & Mega Group Exposed

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I had uploaded this yesterday and got a lot of suggestions to fix the volumes so that the narration and Hoffenberg clip were easier to hear. It's too important to get Maria's story out and I didn't want their voices to be drowned out by the music so I made the changes.

Download the video here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p26659s90jx...

This is a condensed version of the three hour phone call between survivor Maria Farmer & investigative journalist Whitney Webb. I’ve included all of their discussion relating to Mossad, Mega Group, Les Wexner, and Israel. These are the key pieces of information that the mainstream media won’t touch and is in fact complicit in keeping this decades long blackmail operation continuing. Jeffery Epstein was not the head of the snake, he was only mid management and was assigned by Israeli Intelligence to work for Ghislaine Maxwell in the 80’s, who reported to billionaire Zionist Les Wexner. The operation continues without him.

If you aren’t too familiar with the Jeff Epstein story and would like to understand more, the new (gatekeeping) Netflix docuseries ‘Filthy Rich’ is a decent start to catch you up with the information that the MSM is allowed to discuss. Unfortunately it’s meant to control the narrative and gives voices to victim harassers like Alan Dershowitz, Vicki Ward, & James Patterson, along with making Wexner out to be a victim of Epstein which is both insulting and ridiculous. But it’s a good way to get the basics of the story, and it’s good that the story isn’t fading from people’s interests in light of all the distractions going on around us (COVID-19 & the American Intifada). Anyways, I hope those of you that understand the importance of exposing this international sex trafficking blackmail operation will help get Maria Farmers story out by sharing or downloading & re-uploading this video to your social medias. She’s been all over the mainstream media being the first victim to ever come forward to the FBI, however she says they cut out about 85% of what she has to say. Hopefully this will spark your interest to listen to the full unedited phone call between Farmer & Webb, because there’s a lot I didn’t include in this video. You can listen to it here:

Part 1: https://youtu.be/MGtDj8drWvE
Part 2: https://youtu.be/kItJSpQeyCg

You can also read Whitney Webb’s investigative series here:

Too Big to Fail: the Epstein Investigation :
https://www.mintpressnews.com/categor...


Hidden in Plain Sight: The Shocking Origins of the Jeffrey Epstein Case:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/shockin...


Jeffrey Epstein, Trump’s Mentor and the Dark Secrets of the Reagan Era:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/blackma...


Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/mega-gr...


These Scrubbed Reports Reveal New Secrets Into the Prince Andrew-Jeffrey Epstein Relationship:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/scrubbe...


The Genesis and Evolution of the Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton Relationship:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/genesis...


Former Israeli Intel Official Claims Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Worked for Israel:
https://www.mintpressnews.com/ari-ben...



Whitney Webb is working on writing a book that covers the intelligence aspects of the story. Keep an eye out for her book in late summer! She’s amazing!

Please feel totally free to re-upload or share this video. I provided a download link because I want to encourage people to expose the criminal Zionist network. The more the REAL story gets out there, the more likely we can bring justice to the victims and put these gangsters away! Wexner, Maxwell, Barak, Netanyahu, Rothschild, Lauder, Bronfman, and Dershowitz are all villains who have been complicit in trafficking children around the world in order to blackmail the political elite to control them for Israel’s agenda. They must be exposed!

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Sweet was assigned to a lawsuit that emerged from the aftermath of Epstein’s controversial plea deal a decade ago, in which he escaped federal charges by pleading guilty to two prostitution-related offenses in state court. Epstein ended up spending 13 months in jail, with daily furloughs that allowed him to work in his office.

Critics have denounced the plea deal and the government official who negotiated it: Alexander Acosta, then the top federal prosecutor in south Florida and now U.S. secretary of Labor. The sentence, critics say, was excessively lenient for a man who faced allegations of procuring dozens of teenage girls for sex acts.

The sex trafficking lawsuit that Sweet oversaw pitted one of Epstein’s alleged victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, against a longtime friend of Epstein and heir to a newspaper fortune, Ghislaine Maxwell.

In exchange for financial settlements, Giuffre and many other victims waived their right to sue Epstein. But those waivers did not preclude lawsuits against some others, like Maxwell, who were alleged to have facilitated Epstein’s efforts to hire teenagers to provide massages that often involved sex.

Maxwell denied the allegations but settled the suit on the eve of trial in 2017 after Sweet turned down her lawyers’ motion to shut down the case.

The settlement did not end the controversy, however. During the course of the case, Sweet approved blanket sealing of many of the submissions from both sides, detailing some of the best arguments and evidence they intended to present if the case went to trial.

The secrecy eventually prompted motions from Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, author and social media personality Mike Cernovich and the Miami Herald to unseal some or all of the records in suit.

Dershowitz, a former lawyer for Epstein, is seeking unsealing because he says the court files contain evidence that can prove him innocent of claims Giuffre and another woman made that they had sex with him at Epstein’s direction. Cernovich has said he’s offended by the secrecy in the case and eager to expose pedophilia among American elites. The Miami Herald sought the information as part of reporting for a series it wound up publishing last year.

Sweet turned down the motions, prompting a series of appeals.

At an argument session earlier this month, three 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals judges seemed to view the secrecy in the suit as excessive and unjustified.

All the judges on the panel appeared to favor making some records from the case public soon, but there was some discussion about the process for considering opening all the records. One question debated at the argument was whether Sweet should oversee that process or whether it should be handed over to another judge. That question is now moot.

Maxwell has opposed unsealing records in the case. In addition, last week, two anonymous individuals came forward to urge the appeals court not to release information in the court files about third parties who may have been discussed during depositions in the case.


Interest in the Epstein case escalated following the publication of the Herald series and in the wake of a judge’s ruling last month that federal prosecutors, including Acosta, violated federal law by misleading alleged victims about the status of the case against Epstein in the weeks leading up to the plea deal in 2008.

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/03/25/judge-jeffrey-epstein-case-d ies-1292394

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2020 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Prime suspect 'kills himself' after son of Epstein case judge is shot dead
District court judge Esther Salas was downstairs in her basement at home in North Brunswick, New Jersey when a shooter dressed as a delivery driver killed her son and attacked her husband


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/son-judge-involved-epstein-case- 22385694

The son of a judge who presided over one of Jeffrey Epstein's court cases has died and an "anti-feminist" attorney is the prime suspect in the killing.

A gunman dressed as a FedEx delivery driver came to the home of district court judge Esther Salas, 51, on Sunday evening.

Her son Daniel Anderl, 20, was killed in the attack and her defense attorney husband Mark Anderl, 63, was critically injured.

Roy Den Hollander, the suspect in the shooting, later died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, CNN reported.

Den Hollander was an attorney who once argued a case before Judge Salas and had trashed her in a self-published book he wrote this year.

He was diagnosed with terminal cancer and had described himself as an "anti-feminist" lawyer who defends "men's rights."


Daniel Anderl was shot and killed
Daniel Anderl was shot and killed at family's North Brunswick, New Jersey home (Image: News 4 New York)
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The horrifying shooting is believe to have unfolded after the young man opened the door of the family's North Brunswick, New Jersey home to the gunman at 5pm.

He was immediately shot in the heart, the Daily Mail reported.

Before the gunman fled the scene he shot the older Mr Anderl several times after he came to investigate the noise.

District Court Judge Esther Salas was presiding over a case linked with Jeffrey Epstein
District Court Judge Esther Salas was presiding over a case linked with Jeffrey Epstein
Judge Salas was in the basement at the time of the attack and was uninjured.

Mr Anderl's condition is said to be stable as he is treated in Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, the New Jersey Globe reported.

Judge Salas had recently been assigned to a civil financial fraud case tied to Jeffrey Epstein.

Mark Anderl is in a critical but stable condition
Mark Anderl is in a critical but stable condition (Image: News 4 New York)
The ongoing case was brought by Deutcsh Bank investors who claimed that the bank made false and misleading statements about anti-money laundering policies.

They claim the bank also failed to monitor customers such as Jeffey Epstein, who they allege was high risk.

Earlier this month the bank agreed to pay a $150million (£118million) fine for having continued to work with Epstein after he was convicted of soliciting underage prostitutes in 2008.

FBI agents at the home of Judge Esther Salas after the shooting of her husband and son
FBI agents at the home of Judge Esther Salas after the shooting of her husband and son (Image: News 4 New York)
Den Hollander, the suspect, was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Sullivan County, New York.

He had represented a woman who wanted to register for the military's selective service and claimed the draft was unconstitutional because it barred women from registering, CNN reported.

Judge Salas ruled against some of his arguments, but allowed to lawsuit to proceed.

The gunman fled the scene after the attack on Sunday
The gunman fled the scene after the attack on Sunday (Image: Brian Branch Price/ZUMA Wire/REX/Shutterstock)
Den Hollander describes himself on his website as an "anti-feminist" lawyer who defends "men's rights."


North Brunswick Mayor Francis Womack told ABC News that Salas had received threats "from time to time".

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Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Banker at Deutsche & Citi Found Swinging From a Rope; Executive ‘Suicide’ Before FBI Questioned Him
https://truepundit.com/jeffrey-epsteins-private-banker-at-deutsche-exe cutive-suicide-before-feds-questioned-him/

Jeffrey Epstein’s private wealth banker, who brokered and signed off on untold multiple millions of dollars in controversial Deutsche Bank and Citibank loans spanning two decades for the convicted pedophile, has died from a reported suicide.

The news of yet another mysterious Epstein-linked death comes shortly after the FBI was seeking to interview the bank executive about loans he approved for Epstein and the indicted child trafficker’s labyrinth of US-based and offshore companies.

The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner confirmed Thomas Bowers died by an apparent suicide by hanging at his home before Thanksgiving.

Epstein likewise died from a reported suicide by hanging, according to the New York City Medical Examiner.

Bowers headed the private wealth banking division for Deutsche Bank and signed off on millions in loans to Epstein. Bowers, prior to taking over the private banking arm at Deutsche Bank, served in the same top position at Citibank, as the head of the bank’s private wealth arm. Citigroup also made massive loans to Epstein, according to records and banking sources who spoke to True Pundit.

True Pundit founder Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore previously headed anti-money laundering for a major Citigroup division during the time frame Citi commenced large loans to Epstein.

“The loans to Epstein were personal and commercial,” Paine confirmed. “The Citi loans I can confirm were for more than $25 million. Some were secured, some were not.”

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Did Citi bend its lending rules for Epstein? Paine said that appears “quite likely,” with Bowers and other Citi executives he later recruited to work for him at Deutsche all working to secure the approvals regardless of compliance-related red flags.

And sources said Citi loaned Epstein much more money, eclipsing $100 million and also allowed Epstein to use the bank to send thousands of wire transfers from his accounts. Bowers, who turned up dead just days ago, brokered the loans for Epstein, sources said.

Bowers was the chief of Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management division and worked from the bank’s Park Avenue offices in New York City. At Citi, Bowers served as the chief of the The Citi Private Bank and previously ran Citigroup’s Global Markets and Wealth Management businesses.

And when Bowers left Citi for Deutsche Bank, Epstein followed.

Meanwhile, Epstein stopped making payments on his millions in outstanding Citi loans. But that mattered little because Bowers approved new high-risk loans and credit lines from Deutsche Bank, sources said.

And that relationship with Epstein continued until Bowers left Deutsche Bank in 2015. By that time, Epstein had chalked up untold millions in loans with the help of Bowers who recruited many of his top private wealth top bankers from Citi to Deutsche Bank.

The FBI who was interested in interviewing Bowers, sources confirm. The FBI subpoenaed Deutsche Bank in May for all loans and accounts linked to Epstein and there were many unanswered questions. Deutsche Bank closed out Epstein’s accounts weeks after the bank was served federal subpoenas.

Federal law enforcement officials said the FBI planned to interview all Wall Street wealth fund managers who worked for Epstein. Bowers included.

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How much money did Deutsche broker for Epstein? That number to this point has proven elusive. The FBI is not talking, but one executive divulged Epstein had secured more than $60 million from Deutsche Bank’s U.S. and German arms. Likely that number is larger, but at this point the bank is keeping its exposure quiet.

Just like Bowers had brokered for Epstein at Citi, Deutsche also set the convicted pedophile up with over a dozen bank accounts that Epstein employed to receive and send wires and funds.

One banking executive said Bowers had visited Epstein on his private island at least once. Bowers had also visited Epstein in New York and attended social events at his mansion. Federal law enforcement sources did not comment about these new revelations. However, Citi executives who worked with Bowers said the bank executive maintained an active night life and enjoyed the party circuit.

Epstein also helped bring in a plethora of new business from wealthy associates to Bowers at both Deutsche Bank and Citi, sources said.

“Epstein made Bowers and his financial institutions hundreds of millions of dollars,” one executive said. “It really didn’t even matter that Epstein stiffed Citi for $30 million in defaults because he brought so much new money, new blood in. Citi made far more than it lost.”

Seems like a pattern. The American Banker reports:

Epstein brought lucrative clients into JPMorgan’s private-banking unit and was close to former head Jes Staley, who visited Epstein’s private island as recently as 2015. Leon Black, Apollo Global Management’s billionaire chairman, met with the financier from time to time at the company’s New York offices, and used Epstein for tax and philanthropic advice.

Police reportedly found Bowers hanging from a rope in his California home.

He was 55.

Previous press releases detailing Bowers’ role with the private wealth arm of Deutsche, detailed the division and its target clientele:

Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management has been serving the interests of wealthy individuals, families and select institutions for more than a century. With offices across the U.S., Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management business division provides a variety of customized solutions to private clients worldwide including traditional and alternative investments, risk management strategies, lending, trust and estate services, wealth transfer planning, family office services, custody and family and philanthropy advisory. Private Wealth Management includes the U.S. Private Bank and Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown, the private client services division of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., the investment banking and securities arm of Deutsche Bank AG in the United States and a member of NYSE, FINRA and SIPC.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2020 10:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Download these Maxwell court documents while you can
Supposedly not unsealed due to mafia pressure

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6250471-Epstein-Docs.html

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