Jeffrey Epstein ‘Black Book’ DISCOVERY – Names were missing!

Over the last few months, several powerful people have been revealed as associates of Jeffrey Epstein who were not in his “Little Black Book,” indicating a much larger pool of suspects connected to his human trafficking exploits.

The revelations came via the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and new court filings in a US Virgin Islands civil suit. The names of some extremely powerful people are rising to the top with ties to the notorious pedophile. These individuals are not in Epstein’s “Little Black Book” and they aren’t in the public flight logs of passengers who traveled aboard his private jet, according to the Intelligencer.

Epstein’s powerful ties ran very, very deep. The Wall Street Journal, for example, only covered one day’s itinerary on September 8, 2014, and came up with four separate meetings between himself and Microsoft mogul Bill Gates, investor Leon Black, billionaire heir Thomas Pritzker, and billionaire investor Mortimer Zuckerman.

Those names came to light after the media outlet obtained a previously unreported cache of documents that included thousands of emails and Epstein’s private schedules dating from 2013 to 2017.

According to the Intelligencer, the explosive documents show his connections to these individuals during the time period when he was deeply involved in sexually assaulting and pimping women and girls to his associates.

Many of the meetings that Epstein held took place at his Upper East Side townhouse. That is one of the locations where it is alleged that he sexually abused women and girls.

The list of new names connected to Epstein is lengthy although some of them have already come to light:

  • Google Co-founder Sergey Brin
  • Former first lady of the US Virgin Islands Cecile de Jongh
  • Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak
  • Microsoft Founder Bill Gates
  • President of Bard College Leon Botstein
  • CIA Director William Burns
  • Marxist Professor Noam Chomsky
  • Ex-diplomat Terje Rød-Larsen
  • FedEx board member Joshua Cooper Ramo
  • Chairwoman of Edmond de Rothschild Group Ariane de Rothschild
  • Goldman Sachs General Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler
  • Former US Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence Summers
  • Billionaire Co-founder of Paypal Peter Thiel
  • Investor Leon Black
  • Former group chief executive of Barclays Jes Staley
  • Prince Andrew

These individuals reportedly had many business meetings with Epstein and are alleged suspects in his dealings, according to the media outlets.

The documents are all connected to the time period following Epstein pleading guilty in 2008 to soliciting and procuring a minor for prostitution in Florida, and at least some of the time period after Epstein was publicly accused of sex trafficking by victim Virginia Giuffre in 2015.

The Intelligencer goes into great detail on the connections between all of these powerbrokers and Epstein. But even with this, it is suspected that there are literally hundreds more connected to the late deviant, and with the lack of transparency not only surrounding his sick and twisted dealings, but his death as well, it is unknown if all of it will ever fully come to light.

Of note, Epstein’s New Mexico Zorro Ranch which has been on the market for two years just sold, according to the Daily Mail. The price was slashed by nearly $10 million to unload the property. The proceeds will be used for estate administration, including payment of creditors, according to Daniel Weiner, an attorney representing Epstein’s estate.

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The new owner’s name and the final price that was paid for the property have not been released as of August 22. The last listing price for the ranch was $18 million, according to the Daily Mail.

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