“Where are you, New York Times? Where are you, CNN? Where are you, Fox News?”
- Alternative news org The Gateway Pundit (TGP) announced Friday that it had filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Southern District Court of New York to release to the public the names of the clients Jeffrey Epstein helped to abuse underage girls.
- “Where are you, New York Times? Where are you, CNN? Where are you, Fox News?” asked TGP founder Jim Hoft in the announcement. “It’s almost like corporate media is protecting the disgusting sexual abusers, simply because the victims alleged Epstein’s clients consisted of powerful businessmen, politicians, former presidents and prime ministers, and other world leaders.”
- “Today, Gateway Pundit is changing this,” Hoft went on to say. “GP is asking the Court to unseal all records identifying Epstein’s Sex Clients.”
- Hoft explained his lawyers, Marc Randazza and Jay Wolman of the Randazza Legal Group, along with GP General Counsel John Burns, had filed a motion to intervene in the Guiffre v. Maxwell case, the case that led to the conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell and her sentencing to 20 years in prison for aiding Epstein in sex trafficking.
TGP’s lawyers argue in the lawsuit that the “government has not revealed to whom, other than Epstein himself, these women (minors at the time) were trafficked. The world is clamoring for information as to who these world-renowned abusers are (hereinafter the ‘Epstein Client List’). Perhaps Epstein and Maxwell were well-organized and kept a client list; perhaps one has been compiled by the Department of Justice or another third-party; or perhaps it may be susceptible to compilation from an inspection of extant records.”
TGP “wishes to report on the Epstein Client List. Although this Court has been engaged in a process to unseal records that never should have been denied public access in the first place, the records of these proceedings are replete with pseudonymous parties and some documents (or portions thereof) remain under seal. To the extent any document or portion thereof is sealed and it names an alleged client of Jeffrey Epstein, i.e. a person to whom a minor was allegedly sexually trafficked, that document or portion should be immediately unsealed. The public has a right to know.”
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- Jeffery Epstein in 2008 pleaded guilty to prostitution charges, later being indicted on federal sex trafficking charges in 2019.
- Epstein allegedly died by suicide while in prison, but others believe he was murdered. The accused serial rapist denied having suicidal thoughts before his death and a forensic expert told ’60 Minutes’ he believed Epstein’s Death looked like murder, not suicide. “There were fractures of the left, the right thyroid cartilage and the left hyoid bone,” Dr. Michael Baden told CBS. “I have never seen three fractures like this in a suicidal hanging.”