News about accused American registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is in the headlines in the United States and around the world. His case has not only attracted international attention for the aberration of his behavior but also because child abuse would involve a large number of senior executives and officials.

“It’s going to be staggering, the amount of names,” said David Boies, the lawyer for Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of the women who sued Epstein.

“Nobody who was around Epstein a lot is going to have an easy time now. It’s all going to come out,” the lawyer added in a conversation with Vanity Fair magazine.

Some names

Billionaire U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein was arrested in New York on July 6 on charges of sex trafficking. He had been convicted on the same charges back in 2008. However, through a secret agreement with the federal government at the time, he compensated the victims and significantly reduced his sentence.

Some prominent members of the Republican Party contacted by Vanity Fair, points that one such theory circulating us that former U.S. president George W. Bush asked not to spread the word that Prince Andrew was involved in sexual crimes since at that time England was the main partner of the United States in the war in Iraq.

But under the regulations, Epstein was registered as a sex offender. That label, however, did not prevent him from continuing to interact with people of the American elite and the world.

A few years ago, for example, he participated in a dinner organized by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman. He was seen talking with Elon Musk (Tesla) and Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook). These facts were confirmed by the director of the electric car company and a spokesman for the founder of the popular social network journalist Gabriel Sherman.

FILE – In this July 30, 2008, file photo, billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein appears in custody in West Palm Beach, Fla. (Uma Sanghvi/Palm Beach Post via AP, File)

Also, a source who did business with Epstein told the U.S. reporter that people such as Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former Treasury incumbent under Bill Clinton, Lawrence Henry ‘Larry’ Summers, visited Epstein’s luxurious mansion in Manhattan.

In fact, the name of Epstein’s accomplices that sounds the loudest in Washington is that of former Democratic President Bill Clinton.

Conchita Sarnoff, executive director of the Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking and author of the book “TrafficKing”, said the former president – according to records written by different pilots – flew 27 times in Epstein’s private plane known as “Lolita Express.”

Sarnoff believes that in almost all cases there were underage girls.

“I know from the pilot records, and these are records written by different pilots at different times, that Clinton was invited by Epstein 27 times,” the researcher explained in an interview with Fox News.

Also, one of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, confirmed in court in 2014 that she saw the former Democrat several times on the multimillionaire’s island, where sex crimes are believed to have been committed.

Brad Edwards is one of the lawyers for another of Epstein’s plaintiffs, Courtney Wild. At a press conference on Tuesday, quoted by Vanity Fair, Edwards pointed out that after interviewing dozens of the multimillionaire’s accusers, he was left with the impression that Epstein spent most of his time abusing underage girls. “It was his full-time job,” he said.

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