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Will We Ever Know the Truth? Elites Still Silencing Jeffrey Epstein Story


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There are many unanswered questions regarding the high-profile pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

And the mainstream media has been complicit in silencing many of His stories.

But not here at We Love Trump!

We’re committed to bringing you the truth and letting you decide.

New revelations came to light this week regarding Jeffrey Epstein.

It appears his prison guards admitted to falsifying records Tuesday!

This admission gives them a deferred prosecution deal that will spare them a criminal record.

As long as they fully cooperate with investigators.

What do these prison guards know that we don’t?

Did someone threaten the prison guards to falsify the records, and if so, who?

Did the Deep State/Cabal kill Jeffrey Epstein?

Too many questions remained unanswered, and for the justice of all the children harmed, the answers need to be revealed.

Huffington Post has more on Epstein’s prison guards’ deal:

Guards Tova Noel and Michael Thomas agreed to the deals in Manhattan federal court as they admitted their guilt before Judge Analisa Torres to accusations in an indictment that will be dismissed if they follow all the rules of their agreement for six months. The judge later signed orders approving the deal.

“You shall truthfully and completely disclose all information with respect to the activities of yourself and others related to your employment by the Bureau of Prisons, which information can be used for any purpose,” the judge told them as she read details of the deal from court documents.

Epstein took his life at a Manhattan lockup in August 2019 as he awaited trial on sex trafficking charges. The death, a major embarrassment to the Bureau of Prisons, touched off intense scrutiny of operations at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, a federal jail adjacent to two large federal courthouses in lower Manhattan.

In court papers, prosecutors said Noel and Thomas were at their desks just 15 feet (4.5 meters) from Epstein’s cell as they shopped online for furniture and motorcycles and failed to make required rounds every 30 minutes. The indictment alleged that both appeared to have fallen asleep for one two-hour stretch.

Their defenders had noted that they were assigned to guard Epstein while working overtime because of staff shortages. One guard, not usually a guard, was working a fifth straight day of overtime while the other was working mandatory overtime, which meant a second eight-hour shift in one day.

Still, the deal was criticized last week. Sen. Ben Sasse, a Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a vocal critic of the Justice Department’s handling of Epstein’s case, called it “unacceptable” and said 100 hours of community service required of Noel and Thomas was treating what they did like a traffic offense.

In a release Tuesday, attorney Jason Foy said his client, Noel, was “extremely grateful” for the agreement in lieu of further prosecution to resolve the six counts against her.

“Securing a resolution that eliminates both imprisonment and a criminal conviction is the favorable outcome that Ms. Noel prayed for since her arrest,” Foy said.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicolas Roos said the terms of the deferred prosecution agreements call for disclosure of all information with respect to their activities with the Bureau of Prisons when they are interviewed by the Department of Justice and the Office of the Inspector General.

The judge was more specific, saying they also may be interviewed by FBI agents or any other law enforcement agency designated by court officers or federal prosecutors.

Terms of the deal do not preclude the Bureau of Prisons from taking separate administrative action against them, including suspension and dismissal.

Although many questions remain unanswered, there are also facts about Epstein and his sex trafficking ring that are slowly being revealed to the public.

The truth cannot remain hidden in the darkness for much longer.

In 2019, Project Veritas released a video with ABC News Anchor Amy Robach.

In the video, Robach admits to having all the evidence to incriminate Jeffrey Epstein back in 2015.

Including an interview with Epstein victim and survivor Virginia Giuffre.

Allegedly, the Royal Family got wind of the allegations against Prince Andrew and shut the story down.

Why did Buckingham Palace threaten ABC News about the Jeffrey Epstein story?

Robach says, “The Palace found out we had her [Giuffre] whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways.”

Fearing that ABC News wouldn’t get their precious interview with William and Kate also shut down the Jeffrey Epstein story.

Robach also admits she believes Epstein was killed because he “made a living blackmailing people.”

We have the Project Veritas video for you to watch below:

It seems a lot of people knew about the horrific things Jeffrey Epstein did to children, including ABC News and the Royal Family.

These children deserve justice, and the public should know Epstein’s full story.

Including his list of “friends,” such as Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and Bill Gates.

And the final question left to be answered: Who killed Jeffrey Epstein?

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