(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) An independent journalist known as Techno Fog has started filing Freedom of Information Act requests in attempts to investigate the relationship between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
According to Big League Politics, Epstein was constantly shielded from the law, even after of being convicted of pedophilia in 2008 with help from the federal government. Techno Fog claims that this is because Epstein could have been an informant for the FBI.
The journalist discovered that Epstein “provided information to the FBI as agreed upon,” according to a 2008 document that was released to the public.
Wait. Was pedophile Jeffrey Epstein an informant for Mueller’s FBI?
From the 5/24/18 FBI Vault release: “Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon.”
Is that why he escaped serious charges for molesting over twenty girls? pic.twitter.com/K4suAumD85
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) May 24, 2018
Techno Fog believes that there is more to the story and is investigating via FOIA requests, attempting to learn more about the relationship between Epstein and the FBI.
“There were other hints and rumors that he worked with the US government to recover stolen funds,” Techno Fog stated, indicating that the FBI’s response to initial FOIA requests said that there was additional cooperation between the FBI and Epstein.
“The records responsive to your request are law enforcement records; there is a pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding relevant to these responsive records, and release of the information could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings,” the FBI said in their denial of requested documents.
Techno Fog does not believe this is the true thought process behind the FBI’s hiding of the documents, as Epstein is dead and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell has been convicted and sentenced.
“It’s more likely that the Epstein records might embarrass the FBI,” Techno Fog said. “The DOJ and FBI have been known to abuse the FOIA law enforcement exemption to hide investigative materials from public release.”
“We’ve seen them do it. And they’re doing it again.”