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NBC News buried the lead of their own bombshell report featuring former Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter saying he suspects Jeffrey Epstein was tipped off to their first raid on his house in Palm Beach in 2005 and had the police's case against him leaked to his defense.
From NBC News, Sep 20, "Ex-Florida police chief: Epstein case 'the worst failure of the criminal justice system' in modern times":
[...] NBC News has spoken with nearly two dozen women who allege that Epstein didn’t operate alone. [Former Palm Beach police chief Michael] Reiter said the investigation identified adult women who had sexual contact with underage girls, and in some cases performed sexual battery on children. “This was a financially successful, smart, capable, well-networked and well-financed individual who built an organization around him that supported his criminal enterprise,” Reiter said.I'm sure it's just a coincidence that Barry Krischer, who was allegedly the man most responsible for shutting down the case, was recently given an award from the ADL.
I'm sure it's just a coincidence NBC News brushed over Krischer's role in this whole affair both in this report and on their Epstein episode of Dateline which ran earlier this month (both focused mainly on the salacious details of Epstein's alleged molestations).
NBC News actually ended their episode on Epstein with a clip from the end of this promo segment where one of Epstein's alleged victims claims victory over Epstein because he's dead and "we're still standing."
We've actually been given no hard evidence showing Epstein is even dead (he was allegedly buried in an unmarked grave), but that should give you an idea of how the most shocking details of their own exclusive with Reiter were buried.
NBC News continues:
“And they said, ‘This is an easy case. This is a horrific situation. We’ll put him away for the rest of his life,’” Reiter recalled.Alexander Acosta told the Trump transition team when asked about his handling of the Epstein case that, "I was told Epstein 'belonged to intelligence' and to leave it alone."
NBC News left that bit of reporting from Vicky Ward out of their report.
Epstein reportedly worked as an FBI informant to get that sweetheart plea 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.
That story, just like this one, may indicate the FBI was in on Epstein's suspected blackmailing operation.
Vanity Fair reported in July that "prominent Republicans" think Epstein "was a Mossad agent."
The former Prime Minister of Israel and the head of Israeli Military Intelligence, Ehud Barak, reportedly visited his apartments repeatedly and entered into a "partnership worth millions" with Epstein in 2015. An Epstein-controlled company also reportedly donated $40,000 to Barak's political activity.
Epstein's alleged madam/handler, Ghislaine Maxwell, is the daughter of alleged Mossad agent Robert Maxwell, who has been dubbed "Israel's Superspy."
Epstein's butler "Gabriel" gave an interview last week where he said Ehud Barak was a guest of Epstein's at his mansion in Paris.
The New York Post, which should be viewed with the highest skepticism considering they put out fake photos of Ghislaine Maxwell with a fake backstory and never explained why, claimed in a report on Saturday that the FBI is aggressively searching for alleged victims of Prince Andrew.
It's looking like the FBI may go after Prince Andrew and some of his British friends while leaving the glaring Mossad/Mega Group blackmail connection untouched.
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