Epstein Met With CIA After His Conviction

Many notable people, such as the president of Bard College, Leon Botstein, and professor Noam Chomsky, were found on Jeffrey Epstein’s recently released personal calendar. 

One name stands out as particularly disturbing- CIA director William Burns.

The infamous pedophile met with these luminaries between 2013 and 2017; he had previously been imprisoned for committing sexual crimes with a minor in 2008. These luminaries were thoroughly knowledgeable of Epstein’s horrendous past.

Former Obama administration White House attorney Kathryn Ruemmler had numerous scheduled meetings with Epstein. 

More than a dozen lunches and dinners and a day trip to Paris and Epstein’s island house in the U.S. Virgin Islands were on Ruemmler’s calendar with Epstein. 

Epstein asked her whether she wanted to represent Mr. Gates and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Particularly noteworthy are Jeffrey Epstein’s and his staff’s discussions on whether or not Ruemmler would feel uneasy about the presence of young ladies working as assistants at the townhouse.

President of Bard College, Leon Botstein, visited Epstein at his townhouse dozens of times to express gratitude for his ongoing financial support. This was in 2012, 4 years after Epstein’s incarceration.

The music director at Bard campus invited Epstein to an opera; in 2016, he asked him to attend a concert.

Epstein also met with former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak. 

How was this monster able to rub elbows with movers and shakers? It seems implausible that the director of the CIA would be unaware that Epstein was a convicted pedophile. Did he not care?

While awaiting trial on new charges, Epstein was discovered dead in his federal prison cell. Ghislaine Maxwell, his mistress, was a member of the human trafficking ring and was also convicted. She was given a 20-year prison sentence.

For his alleged participation in Epstein’s deviant and pedophiliac ring, Prince Andrew was sued by Virginia Roberts, an alleged victim of their abuse. Maxwell claims the former Prince was set up, and the infamous photo of him with Roberts is a fake.

In February 2022, a settlement was struck, with Andrew reportedly paying $12 million to have the incident quashed rather than revealed in court.