For those who’ve been victimized, exploited, raped, or worse by Jeffrey Epstein, there may never be any true justice…and for a handful of reasons.
First and foremost, Epstein himself is dead, having died under mysterious circumstances in a Manhattan detention facility months ago. His death, which has been officially ruled a “suicide”, came at a time in which the wealthy pedophile was the most infamous prisoner behind bars anywhere on the planet, and the fact that guards had ever taken their eyes off of him has long been considered far too great a coincidence to be ignored.
And now, as his victims cling to hopes of squeezing justice from the tertiary players in the equation, they, too, are dropping like flies.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s family have said they are ‘scared’ for her safety after Jeffrey Epstein’s French modelling agent friend Jean-Luc Brunel, who allegedly procured more than a thousand women and girls for the paedophile financier to sleep with, died today in an alleged prison suicide.
Prosecutors in Paris confirmed Brunel, who is not believed to have been on suicide watch, was found hanging in his cell in La Santé, in the south of the capital city, in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The timing was spooky, to say the least.
It comes days after Prince Andrew, 62, agreed to settle Virginia Roberts’s lawsuit accusing him of sex abuse after they met allegedly through Epstein and Maxwell. In the settlement, there was no admission of liability by Andrew, who has always denied the specific allegations.
The news will almost certainly fuel additional conspiracy theories regarding Epstein, Maxwell, and their sordid operation.