‘What we know so far is far less than what we don’t.’
This is a tale of two worlds. One is fabulous, and full of opportunity. The other, less so. Guess which world supplies the sex slaves?
The 2000-page release of sealed documents in former sex slave Virginia Roberts’ lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein is a deep dive into the often batshit-crazy rituals of Florida’s lower middle class, as well as those who exploit them.
It’s a treasure chest filled with hidden Easter eggs.
To make sense of what Epstein was doing—and for whom—studying the court docs is a must, especially because the first spate of mainstream news stories picked only low-hanging fruit. The usual suspects.
That sex slaves were being recruited at Mar-a-Lago didn’t seem to register.
Also being mentioned, sotto voce, are several others. Democrats. Ex-governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson. Former Senator George Mitchell.
Wait. George Mitchell? The guy that entered the U.S. Senate from Maine under Truman or Eisenhower? The very same. (He actually became a Senator in 1980.)
He doesn’t look like any kind of smooth operator with the ladies, does he? So why was he chosen to receive the loan for an evening of one of Epstein’s stable of not-yet-legal sex workers?
As it happens, I learned a few things about George Mitchell while investigating a close associate of his, who “just happens,” as they say, to have been the first world-class mega-wealthy Slavic oligarch to cut a swath along the East Coast.
More about him, and them, later. More about their plane. More about the pilot who flew them around. But first…
He has additional Epstein stories on his blog – www.madcowprod.com