Courtney Wild’s Courage leads to reform giving judges the power to nullify plea deals that violate the Crime Victims’ Rights Act

Tampa Bay Times
By Julie K. Brown, Miami Herald
One of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims now has her name on a crime bill in Congress
Courtney Wild’s relentless quest for justice has led to a bipartisan push for sweeping reforms.

“For 10 years, Courtney Wild waged almost a one-woman crusade against the federal government on behalf of victims of sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who molested her and countless other underage girls around the country.

Some of that time, Wild pursued justice from a putrid Florida state prison cell, where she was serving a longer sentence for a drug crime than Epstein, who received a plea deal that allowed him to enjoy his 13-month jail term mostly from the comforts of his luxurious office in West Palm Beach.

But a decade later, Wild’s relentless quest has led to a bipartisan push in Congress for sweeping reforms that, among other things, gives judges the power to nullify plea deals that violate the Crime Victims’ Rights Act (CVRA).

The Courtney Wild Crime Victims’ Rights Reform Act of 2019 was introduced in the House of Representatives Thursday by U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif.; Rep. Scott Perry, R‑Penn.; Rep. Lois Frankel, D‑Fla.; and Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., and is co-sponsored by nine other representatives from both parties.”

Jeffrey Epstein’s Message Pads and the Damning Evidence on Them

The MESSAGE PAD evidence is in THIS 2024 PAGE DOCUMENT.

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July – The Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal has some of the biggest names in America shaking in their boots right now

“We don’t know how deep this went, how far reaching it went in government but there’s been a lot of people that I could see their names on these message pads, as part of the evidence, these message pads where they would call Epstein and leave messages such as, “Oh, I’m at this hotel”.

‘Why do you do that except that you’re expecting him perhaps to send a girl to visit you at your hotel? So there’s probably quite a few powerful and important people who are sweating it out right now,’ [Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie] Brown said.”

The reason the Epstein message pads are important is the contain famous names and they record evidence with time and date that refute some VIP’s denials that they were being serviced by Epstein’s under-age slaves.

Messages left for multi-millionaire investor Jeffrey Epstein around the time Palm Beach Police first started their investigation into the registered sex offender in 2005 show that he might have been trying to procure two eight-year-old girls.

The message pad also showed calls Epstein received from a former member of the British royal family along with details of an iconic designer’s weekend visit to his mansion in Palm Beach and multiple messages from his close friend Jean-Luc Brunel.”