The Jeffrey Epstein story is the gift that just keeps on giving. That is, for writers and blogs like JBN. For some people out there, however, the Jeffrey Epstein story is more like a stomach bug that just won’t go away. Now comes word that he kept a picture of England’s Prince Andrew on display as what has been described as a sort o trophy.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the Jeffrey Epstein story comes back up for air. Last month, for example, JBN reported on how Epstein had ties with the former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Barak. Michael Wolff’s new book “Too Famous: The Rich, the Powerful, the Wishful, the Notorious, the Damned” was released. It is about many people, and exposed Barak’s friendship with Epstein.
Wolff says in the book that Barak was a guest at Epstein’s mansion during one occasion when Wolff himself visited Epstein. Ehud Barak, according to Wolff, once told Epstein that they did not need to worry about anything because their secrets were all safe.
If that above statement is true – Ehud Barak will be sure to refute this – then it would amount to a tacit admission on the part of the former general that he was personally involved in Epstein’s sexual crimes with underage girls.
Now, England’s The Sun is offering more proof that the late rapist and pedophile did have a close friendship with the British Prince Andrew and that Andrew, like Barak, at the very least knew all about what the pedophile was doing.
Jeffrey Epstein’s victims question why ‘accomplices’ are not on trial https://t.co/uHcmbSy1rM
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) November 21, 2021
The Sun quotes a source as saying, “Epstein cultivated powerful friends and would show them off in pictures around all of his homes.” And one way was having their pictures on display and that included one of Prince Andrew.
“This is incredibly damaging for Prince Andrew because it shows how highly Jeffrey prized his friendship with a senior member of the Royal Family,” the source added. “His picture was shown off in Jeffrey’s home like a trophy.”