Drone Footage Shows Electronics 'Removed' From Jeffrey Epstein's House Before FBI RaidChris Menahan
Aug. 13, 2019
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Drone footage of Jeffrey Epstein's "Pedophile Island" appears to show a bunch of electronics were removed from Epstein's house before the FBI's long overdue raid of his property on Monday.
Jeffrey Epstein was arrested in New Jersey on federal charges for sex trafficking of minors on July 6th.
An anonymous YouTuber going by the name Rusty Shackleford has been sharing original drone footage of Epstein's property on Little St. James for over a month now.
This video taken on July 15th shows what appears to be an Apple computer on the right along with a pair of binoculars and a box of tissues. It looks as though there's a white wire possibly connected to an external hard drive on the same desk. What looks like a printer can be seen on the far right, deeper in the kitchen. There's also what looks like a tablet charging on the left.
This second video uploaded on July 28th and said to have been taken on July 23rd shows all the electronics were removed and multiple bin-like objects with handles that appear to be plugged into the walls are sitting around. The various trinkets which were sitting on the dividers are also gone.
This third video which was uploaded on August 6th and appears to be labeled as though it was filmed on August 3rd shows the entire kitchen has been cleared out of nearly everything.
Here's a before and after:
Twitter user Werise shared the discrepancy Monday night on Twitter:
The FBI finally got around to raiding Epstein's house on August 12th, after his alleged "suicide":
Epstein reportedly worked as an FBI informant to get a sweetheart deal when he was facing life in prison back in 2007.
Epstein allegedly informed on two Bear Sterns executives -- both of which were acquitted -- and managed to serve only 13 months and had the FBI close their criminal probe into his alleged crimes.
Former Miami federal prosecutor Alexander Acosta, who organized the deal, reportedly told the Trump transition team when asked about his handling of the case that "I was told Epstein 'belonged to intelligence' and to leave it alone."
UPDATE: Shackleford took video of the FBI raid itself!
You can see on the left table they appear to have two Apple computers wrapped up in bubble tape, but it's not clear whether either is the same as the one above. One appears to be larger than the one seen in the earlier video and the smaller one appears to have different silver trim. A third, much larger Apple computer(?) can also be seen briefly on the kitchen island in the center of the room when the drone shifts downward.
Epstein's allies had over a month to clear the place out, so it's hard to believe they'd leave anything incriminating.
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