Breaking Point’s Saagar Enjeti goes over the new details demonstrating how Washington insiders protected sex trafficker and Wall Street financier Jeffrey Epstein in its latest new video.
Was it really government influence? A new report from The Guardian claims lawyer Ken Starr led a legal campaign that led to prosecutors dropping a sex trafficking case against Epstein in Florida, according to a new book.
The book alleged letters and emails from Starr and Epstein’s lawyer Jay Lefkowitz show the pressure applied to drop the case. The new book entitled “Perversion of Justice” by Miami Herald reporter Julie K. Brown is slated for release next week.
Enjeti focuses on an eight-page letter from Starr to Mark Filip as a key part to dropping the case. The goal was to benefit their “friends,” though the exact friends are not identified.
“Someone in Washington” was “calling the shots” in the case. And there’s more.
The Guardian said, “In 2018 Brown published a three-part expose in the Miami Herald that lifted the lid on the ‘non-prosecution agreement’ that had been reached covering up Epstein’s sex trafficking operation. The reporter managed to identify 80 potential victims, some as young as 13 and 14.”
He ends with many questions, like where did Epstein really get his wealth? Why was he able to go so long without being stopped? Check it out for details now.