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Friends of Jeffrey Epstein Participated In Sexual Assualt: Jeffrey Epstein is a high flier. He flies between his numerous homes in Palm Beach, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and New York. Others, mostly men, often fly with him. Among those mentioned as frequent flyers are former President Bill Clinton, Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz, and Prince Andrew of Britain.

Jean-Luc Brunel was one of Epstein’s friends who traveled the world in search of beautiful women. Epstein and Brunel had used Brunel’s modeling agency to bring girls into the United States, promising them jobs and setting them up in condos owned by Epstein.

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When investigators uncovered evidence that Epstein was involved in bringing 13-year-old girls from Brazil and Ecuador to attend his parties, his activities led to suspicions of sex trafficking.

In a sworn affidavit filed in 2015 by attorneys for Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts who described herself as one of Epstein’s sex slaves alleged, “I had sexual intercourse with Dershowitz at least six times. The first time was when I was about 16, early on in my servitude, and it continued until I was 19.”

She added that Dershowitz had sex with her at Epstein’s homes in New York, Palm Beach, the U.S Virgin Islands and on his private plane (Jane Doe #1 & Janice Doe #2, 2015).”  Dershowitz has denied that he ever had underage sex with anyone and has accused Roberts of perjury.

Dershowitz has been no legal protector of a woman’s right to be free from all forms of sexual exploitation. For years, he has been on the pornographers’ payroll as their go-to lawyer, defending them in the name of protected speech. In 1981, Dershowitz debated with Andrea Dworkin at the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe College in Cambridge.

I attended that debate, and Dworkin won it hands down. Licking his wounds, Dershowitz claimed that lesbians with bicycle chains had threatened him during the event. There were no bicycle chains and no threats but there were probably a fair number of lesbians there, and the largely female audience did talk back and heckled him.

As Dworkin has written, civil libertarians like Dershowitz defend what they call the “hecklers’ veto,” but “when women answer misogynistic insults with cogent, self-respecting speech, Mr. Dershowitz doesn’t like speech so much anymore.” Dershowitz also suppressed the tape of the debate by refusing to give permission for its distribution.

There are other men who were/are friends of Epstein and who frequented his gatherings and took rides on his plane tagged the “Lolita Express.” British Prince Andrew was also implicated in Roberts’ sworn statement, alleging that on three separate occasions, Epstein forced her to have sex with the Prince.

One “orgy” took place at Epstein’s home in the U.S. Virgin Islands that included herself, Epstein, and eight young girls who spoke little English. Afterwards, he paid Roberts $15,000 to “keep my mouth shut (Jane Doe #1 & Jane Doe #2, 2015).” Buckingham Palace has denied all these accusations.

Virginia Roberts testified that Jeffrey Epstein and socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who has been called Epstein’s madam, trained me to be “everything a man wanted me to be.” It wasn’t just sexual training — they wanted me to be able to cater to all the needs of the men they were going to send me to.

They told to me to pay attention to the details about what the men wanted, so I could report back to them…Epstein specifically told me that the reason for him doing this was so that they would ‘owe him,’ they would ‘be in his pocket,’ and he would ‘have something on them.’

I understood him to mean… they owed him favors. I also understood that Epstein thought he could get leniency if he was ever caught doing anything illegal, or more so that he that could escape trouble altogether (Jane Doe #1 & Jane Doe #2, 2015).

These words would later turn out to be prophetic. According to Epstein’s flight logs, Bill Clinton flew on Epstein’s plane 26 times, some of them without his Secret Service detail. On one of these flights, Clinton travelled in the company of a woman who acted in pornography movies and appeared in Epstein’s address book under the heading of “massage.”

Federal prosecutors believed that another woman who joined Clinton on more than a dozen flights was probably Maxwell, who allegedly procured underage girls to sexually service Epstein and his friends (Pollack, 2017).

Donald Trump, who hasn’t much in common with Bill Clinton, except for multiple allegations of rape and sexual assault, has said of Epstein: “I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with.

It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it – Jeffrey enjoys his social life (Thomas, 2018).” In 2016, a woman filed federal lawsuits accusing both Trump and Epstein of raping her in 1994 when she was 13 while attending a party at Epstein’s house.

After Trump tied her to a bed, “I loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop, but he did not.” Instead, Trump struck her in the face and “screamed he would do whatever he wanted.” Subsequently, Trump threatened that if she revealed what had happened to her, she and her family would be “physically harmed if not killed

In 2016, she cancelled a press conference, claiming that threats to her life prevented her from appearing. She later dropped the lawsuit for the same reason. Trump dismissed the suit as “baseless, frivolous and irresponsible” (Gerstein & Noah, 2016). Kenneth Starr has been a member of Epstein’s legal defense team since 2007.

He is well known for his investigation of President Bill Clinton in the 1990s, and for his disclosures about the sexual details of Clinton’s relationships with Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones.

Later as President of Baylor University, America’s largest Baptist school, Starr was involved in mishandling widespread sexual assault allegations from women students and was finally pressured into resigning his position as president.

A University Board contended that Starr and other administrators suppressed multiple charges of rape and sexual assault brought by women students. These assaults were committed by members of the football team who created a culture in which players lived by their own rules.

Baylor was also using spies to infiltrate sexual assault survivor groups in an attempt to fashion the University’s public relations strategy and to manage student protests in response to the women’s charges.

Starr claimed that his resignation from Baylor was “a matter of conscience” and said he “willingly accepted responsibility” for his actions as “the captain [who] goes down with his ship.” However, if he was truly remorseful and had learned from his mistakes, why would he defend one of the world’s vilest sexual abusers?

And later, Starr joined high-profile figures who sought no jail time for Christopher Kloman, a retired teacher at the K-12 Potomac School, who pleaded guilty to molesting five of his female students.