US Virgin Islands Sues JPMorgan Chase For ‘Turning A Blind Eye’ To Jeffrey Epstein

The US Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit this week against banking giant JPMorgan Chase, alleging the company “turned a blind eye” to Jefrrey Epstein’s underage sex trafficking operation at Little St. James Island.

“Upon information and belief, JPMorgan turned a blind eye to evidence of human trafficking over more than a decade because of Epstein’s own financial footprint,” United States Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George claimed in the lawsuit filed on Tuesday.

George also claimed JPMorgan Chase “provided and pulled the levers through which recruiters and victims were paid.”

The statement asserted “Financial institutions can connect — or choke — human trafficking networks, and enforcement actions filed and injunctive relief obtained by attorneys general are essential to ensure that enterprises like Epstein’s cannot flourish in the future.”

George claims JPMorgan Chase continued to do business with the deceased human trafficker “because of the deals and clients that Epstein brought and promised to bring to the bank.”

Podcast pioneer host Joe Rogan recently speculated that the sex trafficking ring overseen by Epstein was part of an “intelligence operation” by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, Israeli government, or a “combination of both.

“He was bringing them to parties,” said Rogan. “Like it was an intelligence operation.”

“Whoever was running it, whether it was, the Mossad or whether it was CIA or whether it was a combination of both — it was an intelligence operation,” Rogan declared. “They were bringing in people and compromising them.”

Rogan then questioned whether money from Jeffrey Epstein would come with strings attached, and suggested that scientists being funded by Epstein surely would have refused to tilt their findings in favor of the late pedophile’s agenda.

This news and commentary by Gabriel Keane originally appeared on Valiant News.


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