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JP Morgan Chase’s Deeper Ties to Jeffrey Epstein Revealed

'Epstein’s sex trafficking operation was impossible without the assistance of JPMorgan Chase...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) A Friday report from the Wall Street Journal revealed that the relationship between investment bank JPMorgan Chase and deceased child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein was deeper than the firm has previously admitted.

According to recent lawsuits that were filed against JPMorgan Chase, Epstein, who ran a hedge fund before his so-called “suicide” in 2019, benefited from special treatment at the investment bank because he attracted several wealthy clients. Even though the attorneys state that the firm is not liable for the crimes committed by Epstein, the firm nevertheless continued to have business with him for five years after his 2008 state-level conviction for procuring prostitution from a minor.

Aside from being in touch with the pedophile, in general, three specific people who worked for the bank were also connected to Epstein directly.

One of those people was Mary Erdoes, a senior lieutenant to veteran JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. In 2011 and 2013, she made two visits to Epstein’s townhouse in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, according to unnamed people familiar with the matter who revealed this information to the Journal. Erdoes also communicated with Epstein via email about a charitable fund the bank was seeking to launch.

The second person who was connected to the pedophile was John Duffy, who formerly led JPMorgan Chase’s private bank. In 2013, he reportedly visited the townhouse for a meeting. The Journal reported that, despite multiple warnings from compliance officers, the company renewed an authorization one month later permitting Epstein to borrow funds against his account.

The last person who was associated with Epstein was Justin Nelson, a banker who worked with Epstein at JPMorgan Chase. In 2016, he traveled to a New Mexico ranch owned by the pedophile. In between 2014 and 2017, he also participated in a handful of meetings at the Manhattan townhouse.

“Epstein’s sex trafficking operation was impossible without the assistance of JPMorgan Chase, and later Deutsche Bank, and we assure the public that we will leave no stone unturned in our quest for justice for the many victims who deserved better from one of America’s largest financial institutions,” lawyers for the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Epstein victim, identified only as Jane Doe, asserted in a statement, as reported by the Daily Wire.

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