Katie Kerekes, FISM News
The final set of court documents containing the names of 167 of Jeffrey Epstein’s “associates, victims, and employees” is set to be unsealed and released to the public in the near future, according to the Daily Mail.
As part of a lawsuit filed by Epstein victim Virginia Roberts which was “settled under seal in 2017,” the documents have been released in batches due to demands from media organizations.
“The documents represent the last of the sealed material to be made public as part of a years-long process that has been rumbling through federal court in New York since before Epstein apparently killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges,” wrote Daniel Bates for the Daily Mail.
The ongoing scandal surrounding the disgraced millionaire’s lengthy history of trafficking underage girls with the help of his lover Ghislaine Maxwell has been the center of controversy since his arrest in 2019.
The documents are set to be unsealed because “dozens of John or Jane Does mentioned in the papers did not object to their names being made public,” which the Daily Mail “understands” will include Prince Andrew, The Duke of York.
Accused by Roberts of soliciting her for sex while she was underage and following a slew of public backlash and shame, The Duke was stripped of his royal and military title by the late Queen Elizabeth early last year.
Maxwell, who was arrested in 2020 and convicted of five charges including sex trafficking a minor in December of 2021, is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for her involvement with Epstein’s pedophilic endeavors around the world.
Most notably, Epstein’s private island, Little St. James, has raised suspicion and scrutiny for the allegations of nefarious wrongdoings amongst those who have traveled to and from the island. Epstein’s flight log for his private jet includes many public figures in politics and Hollywood.
Epstein, who was friendly with elitists in the circles of high society, has been alleged to have been linked to Alan Dershowitz, Bill Gates, and former President Bill Clinton, just to name a few. Dozens of other well-known politicians, actors, tycoons, and other celebrity elites have been connected to Epstein and trips to Little St. James.