Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Former First Lady Accused of Aiding Jeffrey Epstein’s Heinous Crimes

'If we are not careful. A list of who I stay with should violate my privacy...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) A former first lady has been accused of actively aiding notorious sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in his heinous rampage of sexual violence, rape and trafficking, according to shocking revelations from a lawsuit involving JPMorgan.

According to The Wall Street Journal, new information exposed Cecile de Jongh, the former First Lady of the U.S. Virgin Islands, for her alleged role in facilitating Epstein’s criminal activities. It is alleged that she went as far as funneling free visas and English as a Second Language classes for Epstein’s victims.

Documents obtained through a lawsuit between the Virgin Islands and JPMorgan revealed alleged communications between Epstein and de Jongh in 2011. JPMorgan documents indicate that de Jongh worked to change the country’s sex offender monitoring laws and ran the proposed language through Epstein for approval.

According to the filing, de Jongh asked Epstein, “This is the suggested language; will it work for you?” Epstein responded, “We should add out of country for more than 7 days, otherwise I could not go for a day trip to Tortola, at the last minute.”

Epstein also expressed concerns about journalists having access to information that could reveal his associations. “If we are not careful. A list of who I stay with should violate my privacy,” he wrote. “Restrict my business and livelihood,” the sex offender said before de Jongh shut down further communications, claiming she did not “want to email back and forth.”

De Jongh also allegedly requested political donations from Epstein for the campaign of Stacey Plaskett, a Democrat who, according to the Wall Street Journal, was ultimately elected to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.

The government of the U.S. Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan, alleging that the financial institution facilitated Epstein’s crimes by providing him with unrestricted access to bank accounts. 

In response to the allegations, JPMorgan expressed regret over its ties to Epstein but dismissed allegations of culpability.

While de Jongh did not respond to questions from The Journal, a spokesperson to the Virgin Island’s attorney general stated, “JPMorgan Chase has cherry-picked and mischaracterized Epstein’s interactions with U.S. Virgin Islands officials and residents in an attempt to distract and shift blame away from its role in facilitating Jeffrey Epstein’s heinous crimes.” 

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