If anyone in Jeffrey Epstein’s circles thought the multimillionaire’s death would save them from being disgraced, they were sadly mistaken.
Joined by Judge Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson revealed on his Fox News program earlier this week that some have speculated that “Epstein’s real business…was running an elaborate blackmail scheme against the powerful.” If that’s true, Carlson says, “then there are likely to be tapes and implicating documents.”
Indeed, Pirro agreed, while many believed the death of Jeffrey Epstein was going to be the end of this, it could very well be only the beginning.
In addition to the speculation highlighted by Carlson, there has been concern over sealed Epstein documents since last week, when a “John Doe” petitioned the court not to release the names of the people mentioned in the multimillionaire’s case, according to the Daily News-Record.
The documents in question pertain to a lawsuit that was brought against Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s alleged madam, by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of the women who alleged Epstein used her as a sex slave both for himself and his high-profile friends.
That case was settled in 2017, and the court records were sealed.
However, a judge recently decided that those records should be open to the public.
There are reported to be roughly 1,000 names within those documents.
Of course, some people listed were not involved in any wrongdoing, and according to the presiding judge in the case, they’ll be given the opportunity to come in and clear their name.
But everyone else is just going to have to deal with their name being associated with Epstein, the judge said.
Many have believed for quite some time that a number of top Democrats and wealthy businessmen were part of this intricate pedophile ring — and there is little doubt dozens of them are pushing the panic button right now in fear of being exposed.
But whether they like it or not, it looks like the truth will soon be exposed.