Jeff Epstein has perverted justice in the Palm Beach investigation. Chief Reiter turns to federal investigators for help. But as the FBI begins interviewing victims, they find that the victims are too terrified to speak out. Did Epstein's private goons get to them?
12bytes says: Jake is doing amazing work in the Epstein case, bringing to light bits of information that no one else has.
Graham talks with former Police Detective Eric Oldenburg about the Jeffrey Epstein case.
Adding insult to injury, several key “facts” in the report have already been proven wrong or misleading, such as the identity of Konstantin Kilimnik, who Mueller described as having links to Russian intelligence but who was actually a US State Department asset. And last month, a federal judge found that Mueller had utterly failed to prove that the company running the “troll farm” that supposedly committed “sweeping and systematic” interference in US elections on behalf of the Russian government had any government connections at all.
12bytes says: I've been a little perplexed by the whole Russiagate fiasco. There is no arguing that Trump has had ties to powerful members of the Russian-Jewish mafia for decades, but this wasn't sufficiently revealed in the FBI investigation and i have to wonder if this information was hidden in order to protect those involved. Whether these criminals engaged in illegal activities in order to help get Trump elected, i don't know, but the ties are there and Trump lied about it during his campaign. I touch upon this in my article, Exposed: Donald ‘Drain the Swamp’ Trump.
“Even in tests, they’re still collecting a lot of data on Americans: who’s driving to the union house, the church, the mosque, the Alzheimer’s clinic,” he said. “We should not go down the road of allowing this to be used in the United States and it’s disturbing to hear that these tests are being carried out, by the military no less.”
“He had no choice,” Raven said. When I asked her to explain why he “had no choice,” she replied only, “Jack had bosses, just like everyone else.”
Loyal dog walks 125 miles 'with tears in her eyes' back to owner who rejected her - World News - Mirror Online
And amazingly, two-and-a-half days later the exhausted and wounded Maru was discovered at an industrial estate, close to the home of the owner who rejected her after just six months. The dog appeared to be "in tears" when she was found.