We started this blog around the time Epstein was suicided in 2019. Before that, we had covered the Penn. State child trafficking story, Sandusky case on the FC blog.
Now the enabler president of Penn. State U. gets a slap on the wrist for allowing the campus facilities to be used for molesting children and as cover for a large pedo-ring.
See recent comment on the FC blog.
” . . .The pictures expand the timeline of Clinton’s involvement with Epstein and Maxwell. Prior to their surfacing, some of the oldest photos linking the trio were from 2002, Clintonwas photographedaboard Epstein’s private jet along with Maxwell and one of the late billionaires’ rape accusers. . . .”
“Bill Clinton secretly met socialite-turned-accused sex-trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell for an “intimate” dinner in 2014 — well after allegations that she and perv pal Jeffrey Epstein had abused at least one teen, a report said Tuesday.”
We think of how Jimmy Savile loved access to all those young patients at medical and psychiatric facilities he was a “patron” of. Medical offices keep extensive records of personal information. Very useful to maniacs and pedos. We have no idea what they are up to at OSU. They may be completely innocent of any breach of trust. But they proudly display the name of an Epstein handler and child rapist.
This name Belohlavek comes up in the early deposition pages. What a slimeball!
“Krischer’s office then undermined its own witness, who had told police she had been fondled by a naked Epstein while she gave him a “massage,” sources close to the grand jury proceedings told The Post.
Prosecutor Lanna Belohlavek peppered the girl with questions about her social media pages, the sources said. The girl’s MySpace account, supplied to prosecutors by Epstein’s lawyers, portrayed her drinking liquor with boys and talking about sex.
Unmoved by her testimony, the grand jury came up with one charge of solicitation of prostitution – what a “john” would face.
How the grand jury came to that conclusion has led The Post to file suit to get the transcript of the secret proceedings. In its action filed last week, The Post argued that in the interest of justice, the public should see how vigorously Krischer’s team pursued its case.”