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So, Jeffrey Epstein could have “literally covered up evidence” on his infamous “Pedophile Island,” according to shipping experts who gave their insight following the revelation that Epstein had express shipped $50K worth of cement along with a $100K cement truck to Little St. James just 3 weeks prior to the release of the expose that led to his arrest on charges of underage sex trafficking!
Epstein seemed to be in a hurry to get the cement and cement truck to the island as fast as possible, going as far as to pay upfront for the shipping, despite the fact that doing so would make him responsible for any damages.
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Daily Mail has more information on the shipment to Epstein Island:
Jeffrey Epstein had a $100,000 cement truck shipped express to his Caribbean island three weeks before an expose was published which led to his arrest, DailyMailTV can exclusively reveal.
The pedophile, who was found dead by apparent suicide on Saturday while awaiting trial for sex trafficking, got the Carmix 5.5 XL self loading concrete mixer delivered to Little St. James on November 7 last year.
Epstein was in such a hurry that he paid for the machine up front so it would arrive sooner - even though it meant being responsible if it got damaged in transit.
Three weeks later the Miami Herald published a series of articles called 'Perversion of Justice' on November 28, which eventually led to Epstein being arrested in July.
Shipping experts told DailyMailTV that the possibility that it was 'used to literally cover up evidence cannot be discounted'.
Among the other items that Epstein had sent to Little St. James in the US Virgin Islands was a dentist's chair complete with all the parts, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Epstein also sent a tile and carpet extractor that weighed 191 pounds from the US Virgin Islands to his New York home on March 11 this year.
Four months later he was arrested at Teterboro airport near New York and indicted on sex trafficking charges.
The details come after DailyMailTV exclusively revealed that the FBI had raided Little St. James on Monday as they widen their investigation into Epstein's alleged abuse of underage girls.
Federal agents will be scouring the property to find evidence for their investigation - and Epstein's use of a cement truck raises the prospect they may have to dig to find some of it.
The fact that he sent a cement truck to Little St. James could have an innocent explanation as Epstein often does construction work on the island and the neighboring one, which he owns as well.
The Epoch Times confirmed:
A cement truck worth $50,000 was shipped express to financier Jeffrey Epstein’s multimillion private Caribbean island home last November, according to reports.
Epstein reportedly paid for the Carmix 5.5 XL self-loading concrete mixer up front so it would arrive at his Little St. James home as soon as possible, DailyMailTV found.
The cement truck was delivered on Nov. 7 last year, just three weeks before a series of articles titled ‘Perversion of Justice’ were published by the Miami Herald.
The damning reports ultimately led to his arrest on July 6. At the time of his death, Epstein was being held without bail and faced up to 45 years in prison on federal sex trafficking and conspiracy charges unsealed in July.
Epstein, on Aug. 10 apparently suicided in his cell while awaiting trial on federal sex trafficking charges. The possibility that he intended to use the machine to “literally cover up evidence cannot be discounted,” shipping experts told the outlet.
According to court documents, the 66-year-old sexually exploited and abused dozens of underage girls—some as young as 14—at his homes in New York City and in Palm Beach, Florida, among other locations.
A dentist’s chair was also shipped to Epstein’s home in September 2013. He also sent a carpet and tile extractor that weighed 191 pounds to his New York home, according to the outlet.
William George is an analyst with shipping data firm Import Genius. He told DailyMailTV that the timing of the shipment along with the request for express shipping could suggest it was used to cover up evidence.
The cement mixer can hold 7,600 liters of cement in its drum as well as 600 liters in its loading shovel. It arrived at Epstein’s home 23 days before the financier began his attempts to pay off witnesses, George explained.
It was also delivered using an Express Bill Of Lading to ensure it arrived as quickly as possible. Epstein also agreed to terms that he would be held responsible if the machine were to sustain damage while in transit.
Think all that's weird?
That's not all.
The Intercept also reported that he shipped himself a 53 pound industrial shredder to the island as well:
JEFFREY EPSTEIN SHIPPED a shredder from the U.S. Virgin Islands to his Palm Beach home in July 2008, shortly after reaching a non-prosecution agreement with then-U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta, maritime records show. Then, in March of this year, shortly after a Florida federal judge invalidated that agreement, Epstein shipped a tile and carpet extractor from the Virgin Islands to his Manhattan townhouse, the records show.
Epstein, a billionaire financier, was arrested in New Jersey last Saturday on charges of running a sex trafficking ring that involved luring underage girls to his New York and Florida residences, and taking them on global flights on his airplane, dubbed the “Lolita Express.” Epstein was first accused of abusing underage girls, some of them as young as 14, more than a decade ago, and he evaded prosecution potentially due to his high-profile connections.
A key challenge investigators faced when first targeting Epstein in the mid-2000s was an inability to obtain evidence through subpoena. A 2005 search of Epstein’s Palm Beach home came up empty in its quest for computers that investigators suspected contained critical evidence connected to his alleged sexual abuse of young girls.
In 2007, a federal grand jury subpoenaed the computers. That August, Acosta, who is now Donald Trump’s labor secretary, entered into plea agreement discussions with Epstein. Because of those talks, a motion to compel production of Epstein’s computers was delayed, according to the Miami Herald. Epstein held out, however, resisting the deal because it would require him to register as a sex offender. The FBI continued investigating and in March 2008, according to the Miami Herald, preparations were being made to take the case to a new federal grand jury.
That would prove unnecessary, as Epstein agreed to a deal with Acosta. Without notifying the 32 identified victims, the federal government reached a non-prosecution agreement with Epstein in exchange for his guilty plea in state court to a minor offense. He pleaded guilty on June 30.
On July 7, 2008, federal prosecutors told Epstein’s attorneys via email that they intended to notify the 32 victims about the agreement. Epstein’s lawyers and the prosecutors debated how much of the agreement to reveal, settling on a less than full accounting.
A week later, on July 15, Epstein received a shipment at his Palm Beach home from the port in the U.S. Virgin Islands closest to his home there, according to maritime shipping records compiled by ImportGenius and provided to The Intercept. The shipment was a 53-pound shredder.
For the next decade, Epstein’s legal troubles appeared to be behind him. Then, in November 2018, the Miami Herald published a new investigation into Epstein’s alleged child sex trafficking ring, which prompted federal investigators to take a new look at the case. However, the agreement not to prosecute first had to be invalidated. That came on February 21, when a Florida federal judge ruled that Acosta’s office had violated the Crime Victims’ Rights Act by keeping the women in the dark.
On March 11, 2019, Epstein got a new shipment from the port in the U.S. Virgin Islands. This time, it was sent to his New York townhouse, and it’s listed in maritime records as a tile and carpet extractor that weighed 191 pounds.
William George, an analyst with Import Genius who found the details of the shipments in the company’s database, noted that both shipments could, of course, be entirely unrelated to the alleged crimes and the prosecutions. Indeed, many people own shredders or tile and carpet extractors do not run child sex trafficking rings to service the global elite. Still, the timing could require an explanation from Epstein. He is currently in jail awaiting trial and unavailable for comment. His legal representatives did not respond to a request for comment.
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