Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein illegally building Virgin Islands compound. (To hold more victims?)
Jeffrey Epstein is in a new tangle with the law — running afoul of Virgin Islands environmental regulations with construction on his island compound despite a stop work order.
Epstein, a hedge fund manager, managed to weasel out of serious consequences for running his pervy syndicate, termed a “sex pyramid scheme” by the Miami Herald.
Despite him having more than 30 victims, in 2008, federal prosecutors quietly dropped charges against Epstein under the direction of then-Miami US Attorney Alexander Acosta, who is now President Trump’s labor secretary.
In February, a federal judge ruled that the prosecutors working the case broke the law by not notifying Epstein’s victims that they were cutting him a plea deal.
Epstein is reported to have flown former President Bill Clinton and other high profile officials, lawyers, bankers and professionals on this private Jet, dubbed the Lolita Express. It is alleged that sexual access to young children was provided both on the jet and on his private island.