JP Morgan CEO and Google founder subpoenaed in Jeffrey Epstein case over shady dealings

Both JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Google co-founder Larry Page have been subpoenaed to testify in a case related to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Regarding Dimon, a complaint filed last month in New York alleged that his company’s executives were fully aware of the sick allegations that’d been made against Epstein but had chosen to overlook them, according to CNN.

The complaint is reportedly part of a wider lawsuit against the bank filed by U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Ariel K. Smith.

“JP Morgan’s relationship with Epstein in allowing his sex-trafficking venture to access large sums of cash each year went far beyond a normal (and lawful) banking relationship,” the complaint reportedly reads.

CNBC notes that Epstein was a JPMorgan client for years, and the bank didn’t cut him off until five years after he pleaded guilty in Florida to soliciting sex from a minor in 2008.

“Jamie Dimon knew in 2008 that his billionaire client was a sex trafficker,” an attorney for the Virgin Islands reportedly said during a court hearing in March.

Dimon has personally claimed innocence. Last month he reportedly told CNN’s Poppy Harlow that “hindsight is a fabulous gift.”

However, there is evidence that JPMorgan was aware of Epstein’s behavior as early as 2006.

“Dimon is likely to be asked about bank internal email exchanges and documents referenced in the filing, including one in which JPMorgan executive Mary Erdoes ‘admitted in her deposition that JPMorgan was aware by 2006 that Epstein was accused of paying cash to have underage girls and young women brought to his home,'” according to CNN.

Plus, in 2013, three years before ditching Epstein, JPMorgan’s risk assessment team reportedly flagged Epstein as a sex offender.

JPMorgan for its part has tried to blame its Epstein decision-making on former private banking chief Jes Staley. In fact, the company is separately suing him, claiming that he concealed what he’d known about Epstein’s bad behavior. There are also allegations that he may have taken part in some of the bad behavior.

“Newly released court documents allege former JP Morgan executive Jes Staley was personally involved in a series of crimes tied to deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, actively engaging in a number of his alleged crimes against young women at his Caribbean island compound frequented by Epstein’s rich and connected clients,” Newsweek reported Tuesday.

“In a 54-page ruling issued May 1, U.S. District Court Judge Jed S. Rakoff alleged Staley was personally involved in the abuse of ‘some’ of Epstein’s victims living on the island, even receiving a ‘sexually suggestive’ photograph from the reclusive millionaire of a young woman victimized by his human trafficking ring,” the outlet reported.

Regarding Page, he’s been subpoenaed as part of the same JPMorgan case.

“A US judge granted permission for the US Virgin Islands to serve court papers on Mr Page, asking for him to disclose details of any personal dealings with Epstein, who died in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex offences,” The Telegraph reported Friday.

“The subpoena demands access to ‘all documents reflecting or regarding Epstein’s involvement in human trafficking and/or his procurement of girls or women for commercial sex,'” according to The Telegraph.

It also reportedly asks for documents from 2002+ depicting “communications” Page may have made with Epstein, and info on any business he conducted with JPMorgan in relation to Epstein.

He’s been subpoenaed because he’s “a high-net-worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer to JPMorgan,” Mimi Liu, an attorney for the U.S. Virgin Islands, wrote in a three-page motion, according to Law & Crime.

The only problem is that he’s evidently missing in action.

“The Government made good-faith attempts to obtain an address for Larry Page, including hiring an investigative firm to search public records databases for possible addresses. Our process server attempted service at the addresses identified by our investigative firm, but discovered the addresses were not valid for Mr. Page,” Liu’s motion continues.

As previously reported, Epstein is a convicted pedophile who allegedly committed suicide in lockup after being indicted in 2019 for sex trafficking of minors.


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