Virgin Islands: Cannot find, serve Google co-founder Larry Page in Epstein-related case against JPMorgan

The U.S. Virgin Islands wants to serve Google co-founder Larry Page with a subpoena in connection to its ongoing Jeffrey Epstein-related lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase, but there’s one small problem: They can’t find him.

A three-page motion was filed in the Southern District of New York on Thursday, in which the Virgin Islands said, despite “good-faith attempts,” they are unable to locate Page, whom they say is a “high-net worth individual who Epstein may have referred or attempted to refer to JPMorgan,” Fox Business reports.

The Virgin Islands even hired “an investigative firm to search public records databases,” according to the filing.

As BizPac Review previously reported, in late December 2022, U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Attorney General Denise George accused JP Morgan Chase of turning “a blind eye” to Epstein’s human sex-trafficking operations. The “principal business” of Epstein’s account at the institution was allegedly tied to those heinous activities.

The lawsuit alleges that the banking behemoth “knowingly facilitated, sustained, and concealed the human trafficking network operated by Jeffrey Epstein” and “financially benefitted from this participation.”

In February, it was revealed that a former JPMorgan Chase executive contacted Epstein to discuss Disney princesses — code, acting USVI Attorney General Carol Thomas-Jacobs explained, for young women and girls Epstein trafficked.

According to a court filing, former exec Jes Staley “exchanged hundreds of messages with Epstein from his JPMorgan email account in full view of JPMorgan, including some with photos of young women.”

The duo also “discussed Epstein’s provision of services to him during his travel on dates that closely corresponded with Epstein’s payments to the same young woman from his JPMorgan accounts, and discussed young women or girls procured by Epstein using the names of Disney princesses,” the filing stated.

In its attempts to serve Page, a reclusive billionaire, the USVI tried to deliver the subpoena to an address provided by one of its investigators, only to learn it wasn’t valid, Fox Business reports.

The Virgin Islands has asked Judge Jed Rakoff to instead allow them to serve Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google of which Page is a co-owner, as an alternative to serving Page directly.

Page reportedly owns four islands, including one in Fiji where he spent most of the pandemic getting around COVID-19 travel restrictions.

He is just one “of several billionaire businessmen the Caribbean government has subpoenaed over their purported links to JPMorgan and Epstein,” according to Fox Business. “Previous subpoenas were issued to media tycoon Mortimer Zuckerman, fellow Google co-founder Sergey Brin and Hyatt Hotels Chairman Thomas Pritzker.”

Meanwhile, disturbing details surrounding Epstein’s client list are finally emerging.

Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported on a “trove of documents” from Epstein that included scheduled meetings with now-CIA director William Burns and Kathryn Ruemmler, former White House counsel for President Barack Obama.

“It’s never been more clear — Epstein was an intelligence asset. Not only was he working for the CIA — Israeli intelligence, maybe even Russia intelligence,” Fox News’s Jesse Watters suggested on an episode of “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

“So was the American government allowing an asset to traffic and molest teenage girls all over the world for intelligence?” Watters asked following the bombshell report. “Were we allowing Epstein to commit crimes against children for blackmail material?”



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