The season finale of 2020 is here!
And boy, oh, boy…
It is everything we could have asked for… and more!
Famed attorney Lin Wood has just claimed that Jeffrey Epstein is ALIVE!
Yes… THAT Jeffrey Epstein.
The one who supposedly hung himself in his prison cell.
Over the last few weeks, Lin Wood has made some bold claims about Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts.
Ever since Wood started calling out Roberts, people began threatening Wood and slandering his reputation.
Well, today, Lin Wood fired back on Twitter, writing:
I am fully aware of the onslaught of attacks being made against me based on my revelations about Chief Justice John Roberts. Before attacking me, maybe fair-minded people would first ask Roberts to tell the truth.
Or ask Jeffrey Epstein. He is alive.
See the Tweet for yourself below:
Before you start writing off Lin Wood as some “lunatic,” remember that he is an extremely respected lawyer.
He successfully represented Richard Jewell.
Most recently, he successfully represented Covington High School student Nicholas Sandmann.
Wood is very smart and has many connections to the powers that be.
Wait a sec. Lin Wood just tweeted out that Epstein was alive?
— Wayne Dupree Media, LLC (@WayneDupreeShow) December 31, 2020
People have noted that everyone who was in close contact with Jeffrey Epstein has mysteriously died.
For example, the last cellmate with Epstein was suddenly found dead in his mother’s basement.
He “died from COVID.”
According to The Sun:
The 51 year old was diagnosed with Covid earlier this year while serving a sentence for drug trafficking at Queens Detention Facility.
He had been transferred to that jail from Manhattan Correction Center (MCC) in August 2019 – the day before Epstein hanged himself there.
His niece told the New York Daily News that prior to his death he spoke about his time behind bars with the notorious sex offender.
Angelique Lopez, 27, said he had called Epstein a “good cellmate” who spent a lot of his time reading in his bed.
“He wasn’t a problem starter or too loud,” she said claiming Epstein had been placed in her uncle’s cell because Reyes had a broken leg and was “laid back.”
Lopez also told how her uncle broke down in tears as he told his family he had Covid and revealed he was terrified he would die of the virus behind bars.
She said when her uncle – who had diabetes and heart problems – was freed in April it was clear the virus had affected his lungs.
She also claimed Epstein once told her relative – who died on November 27 – that he wanted to kill himself.
She said: “Epstein was very depressed and he mentioned to my uncle that he didn’t want to live anymore and my uncle was telling him, ‘Don’t do any of this while I’m in the room.
“My uncle just wanted to do his time and get out.”
She went on to claim the prison guards treated Epstein “like crap” and made him sleep on the floor.
As you can guess, Lin Wood’s bold statement has set off a Twitter firestorm.
Many people are not sure what to think.
But after such a crazy year, would you REALLY be surprised if there was a major conspiracy concerning Jeffrey Epstein?
Now… don’t get us wrong… we’re not making any claims.
We’re simply reporting the NEWS of what Lin Wood has told the public!
Lin Wood is clearly a badass. He's making most Republican members of Congress look like idiots.
— Joe Pags Pagliarulo (@JoeTalkShow) December 31, 2020
“Chief Justice” John Roberts, along with many other elected officials, are being blackmailed into submission to ignore the coup against President Trump.
Blackmailers waited until this time to cash in.
Lin Wood is not wrong for calling them out on it. We deserve answers.
— Lauren Witzke (@LaurenWitzkeDE) December 31, 2020
Early this year, the New York Times revealed that “there was no explanation” for activity in Epstein’s bank account AFTER he died!
You can’t make this stuff up.
The New York Times reported that Epstein’s “mysterious bank came alive after his death”:
In the years after Jeffrey Epstein registered as a sex offender, he closed his money management firm and started a business to develop algorithms and mine DNA and financial databases.
Then he set up a bank.
In a banking license application reviewed by The New York Times, Mr. Epstein described himself as one of the investing world’s “pioneers” and said he wanted to pursue the “dynamic discipline of international banking.”
Officials in the Virgin Islands, the United States territory where Mr. Epstein set up most of his businesses, approved a license for him in 2014 to run one of the territory’s first international banking entities, a specialized bank that can do business only with offshore clients. The approval was unusual, given Mr. Epstein’s status as a convicted sex offender.
The bank, Southern Country International, renewed its license for each of the next five years, but it’s unclear whether it conducted any business or had any customers. Mr. Epstein, who died while in federal custody last summer following his arrest on sex trafficking charges, does not appear to have done any marketing for the bank or hired much staff.
The bank was created under a territorial law that lacked many of the oversight requirements banks are usually subject to, and its regulatory file is largely empty. A lawyer for Mr. Epstein told officials in the Virgin Islands in 2018 that Southern Country had not commenced operations. And regulators in the territory said they did not exercise oversight of the bank because it did not appear to be doing any business.
And yet, after Mr. Epstein’s death, his estate transferred more than $12 million to Southern Country, according to court documents.
On Tuesday, at a court hearing in the Virgin Islands on motions involving Mr. Epstein’s estate, a magistrate judge, Carolyn Hermon-Purcell, questioned the estate’s lawyers about the transfers to Southern Country, saying the disclosure was not satisfactory. The judge said she did not know why Southern Country would be receiving checks from the estate. “There’s no explanation for it,” she said.
A lawyer for the estate responded that some of the payment had been made in error, but the judge was not satisfied with his response and asked him to follow up with a fuller accounting.
The checks — listed in the estate’s transactions for routine payments such as cable-TV bills and phone service for Mr. Epstein’s many properties — stand out. The list of payments were filed with Judge Hermon-Purcell, who is overseeing his $635 million estate, including the possible establishment of a compensation fund for his victims.
That Mr. Epstein was able to get a banking license in the first place is unusual.
What do you think?
Does Lin Wood know something that we don’t?
Is he crazy?
Or is he giving us a preview of a major declassification to come?
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