As the total payout in compensation to circa 150 known ‘victims’ of Jeffrey Epstein tops £384 million after JP Morgan Chase stummed up an astonishing £227 million settlement this week, isn’t it time that some of his clearly many associates (other than the grubby groper Ghislaine Maxwell) were finally brought to justice?
As new evidence of meetings between Lord Mandelson and Jeffrey Epstein after the latter got out of the clink emerges, one is left asking: “What continued to attract ‘Mandy’ to a known billionaire sex offender?”
As dopey, deranged and delusional Sarah, Duchess of York is hit with a £19 million lawsuit and is told to pay up, we again ask: “Did she ever repay the loans and other benefits she took from the known-to-her-to-be-a-paedophile Jeffrey Epstein?”
That JPMorgan Chase & Co. executive Mary Callahan Erdoes excused Jeffrey Epstein being a paedophile with “oh boy!” and “I don’t know what to believe” emails is proof of how rotten-to-the-core that finance house truly is.
As miserable old crone 92-year-old billionaire Bernie Ecclestone faces another court hearing, more cheerful old crone 92-year-old billionaire Rupert Murdoch is forced into a payout reports Matthew Steeples.
Matthew Steeples suggests Barclays is not taking the Jeffrey Epstein – Jes Staley scandal seriously enough; greed and deviancy should not be protected at LSE listed companies and the firm’s latest baloney shows the firm as not fit for purpose.
As further details of Jes Staley’s 1,200 very, very, very strange emails to Jeffrey Epstein emerge, the relationship between the banker and the Ponzi scheming paedophile is show to be very, very, very pally.
As Jeffrey Epstein’s “fat cat” banker Jes Staley faces allegations that he “personally observed” his chum abusing young women, isn’t it time that his shameless shushing simply stopped? Silence is certainly not golden in this sordid saga.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s schoolmate Dame Cressida Dick’s bleating about her deserved demise should be called out as the disgrace that it truly is; with her turfed out with the trash it is now time for institutional change at the Met Police.