JUST IN: Jeffrey Epstein Linked To Obama White House In New Report

A recent report has surfaced shedding light on the connections between the late financier Jeffrey Epstein and the Obama White House. The document, sourced from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, provides a detailed account of Epstein’s activities and associations and links Barack Obama’s White House counsel, Katherine Ruemmler, to the financier.

The report confirms Epstein’s involvement in a sinister sex-trafficking operation. This was openly acknowledged by JPMorgan during a class certification hearing held on May 26, 2023.

In a subsequent press statement, JPMorgan expressed profound regret over their association with Epstein. The banking giant emphasized their ignorance of Epstein’s criminal undertakings, stating they would have severed all business ties had they been aware of his illicit activities.

The report cites a 2019 grand jury finding, which discovered that Epstein had “sexually exploited and abused dozens of minor girls at his homes in Manhattan, New York, and Palm Beach, Florida, among other locations.” Ghislaine Maxwell, a close associate of Epstein, also found herself under the legal spotlight. Indicted and arrested in 2020 on multiple charges related to the sexual exploitation of minors, Maxwell was subsequently convicted on June 28, 2022.

The document further details numerous instances where Epstein’s victims sought justice, filing private civil suits against him and his co-conspirators.

JPMorgan’s involvement is intricately detailed in the report. Evidence suggests that the bank processed several wire payments from Epstein to various women. The report also underscores the significance of the “Know Your Client” (KYC) process, hinting at potential negligence on JPMorgan’s part in its due diligence concerning Epstein.

While the report provides a comprehensive overview of Epstein’s activities and associations, the exact nature and depth of his connection to the Obama White House remain unclear.

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