Friday, 30 January 2015


Others give you NEWS, we bring you REALITY: the LITTLE BLACK BOOK of JEFFERY EPSTEIN IN FULL (redacted; NAMES, clear! :))


Posted on January 28, 2015
by Guest Blogger

Lawyers for convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein said in a new court filing that their client would be “irreparably harmed” if documents regarding his 2008 case are unsealed, ABC News reported.

“This is a widely watched and reported case,” the motion says. “Mr. Epstein and a host of other individuals have been the subject of the most outlandish and offensive attacks, allegations, and plain inventions.”

Some of Epstein’s victims are hoping to overturn Epstein’s plea deal, which saw him serve just 13 months of a laughable 18-month sentence for solicitation of prostitution of a minor, even though he had been accused of abusing as many as 40 underage women. They maintain that the plea agreement violated their rights as it was reached without their knowledge."

From a previous post, in case you missed it:

""Social Democrats face one of biggest scandals in German post-war history"

Onwards: UK

"EXCLUSIVE: MPs face sex abuse arrest!
TWO former MPs face arrest within weeks over child sex abuse claims, we can reveal.

"Mr Mann added: “I’m disgusted at the treatment given to Mr ­Robinson.

"He should never have been put in that position with bullying and intimidation.

“I am quite prepared to take up this issue with the Home ­Secretary Theresa May and the ­shadow minister Yvette Cooper.

Mr Mann’s Labour colleague Simon Danczuk, the MP for ­Rochdale, last week made a plea for an amnesty to help past and present officials with any ­knowledge of sexual abuse."


Onwards: UK

"Child sex abuse victims got death threats after inquiry published emails

Survivors of child abuse say they have received death threats after the chairman of a Commons committee released scores of emails containing the identities of four abuse victims.
In a letter to the home secretary, the victims, who have been campaigning for changes to the independent child abuse inquiry, condemned the decision by Keith Vaz, chair of the home affairs select committee (HASC), to place the emails which contain the victims’ names and disparaging comments about them, on the committee website.
The row is the latest controversy to engulf the independent inquiry, which has had to halt its work over complaints about its structure, lack of transparency and the actions and comments of some inquiry panel members.
Lucy Duckworth, of the Survivors Alliance, which represents several victims’ organisations, said: “Since this information was published the individuals have received death threats. In one of the emails a panel member says the panel should ignore the four survivors, calling them ‘these people.’”

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