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Sun Mar 24, 2019, 01:22 PM

At any rate, Epstein's court documents should be unsealed this week, dammit

Last edited Sun Mar 24, 2019, 10:35 PM - Edit history (1)

Two mystery litigants citing privacy concerns are making a last-ditch bid to keep secret some details in a lawsuit stemming from wealthy financier Jeffrey Epsteinís history of paying underage girls for sex.

Just prior to a court-imposed deadline Tuesday, two anonymous individuals surfaced to object to the unsealing of a key lower-court ruling in the case, as well as various submissions by the parties.


https://www.politico.com/story/2019/03/20/jeffrey-epstein-related-lawsuit-1229908

They were going to be unsealed last Tuesday, but two lawyers repping anonymous people said OH NOES DONíT EMBARRASS US

Hopefully, a decision is made to ignore these two and to unseal Epsteinís docs

LETíS GO HERE

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Response to Leghorn21 (Original post)

Sun Mar 24, 2019, 01:35 PM

1. I heard on MSNBC that one of these two is a victim. She does not her name to become public.

 

I support her in this.

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Response to wasupaloopa (Reply #1)

Sun Mar 24, 2019, 01:40 PM

2. Yes,.but the other is male..

In Epstein's case, more likely a perp than a victim.

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Response to wasupaloopa (Reply #1)

Sun Mar 24, 2019, 01:40 PM

3. oh, i had no idea, w - of course she should be afforded protection, absolutely

had no idea

i sure hope her name can be redacted, and those of other victims, so this case can move forward

thanks for straightening me out, loopa

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Response to Leghorn21 (Reply #3)

Mon Mar 25, 2019, 07:07 AM

6. ..and what about the Male?

Have we straightened that out?

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Response to whathehell (Reply #6)

Mon Mar 25, 2019, 11:38 AM

7. Apparently not, what...I am perhaps wrongly assuming that the female is a victim and the male is

a predator in this scenario, but hey, what do I know? Maybe Epstein trafficked some boys as well, or maybe a male was unwittingly used by him to accomplish his goals...

Sigh - maybe the whole unsealing will just never happen, right...

All this waiting, arrgghh

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Response to Leghorn21 (Original post)

Sun Mar 24, 2019, 01:44 PM

4. In the victim's case, why can they redact her name? Maybe for the other person too ..

If Mueller's efforts showed us nothing else, we saw how redactions work.

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Response to Leghorn21 (Original post)

Sun Mar 24, 2019, 02:29 PM

5. Meanwhile, relentless journalist Julie K. Brown (Miami Herald) just posted these tweets:

From the Only in Fla Dept ó This is the state prosecutor
who helped Jeffrey Epstein escape federal Sex trafficking
charges. Barry Krischer, now retired, has a humanitarian
award named after him ó only in Florida. From the @pbpost
whose readers sent me this.





A lot of attention has been placed on Alexander Acosta
but Barry Krisher was the STATE prosecutor who wanted
to give Jeffrey Epstein a total pass ó charging him with a
misdemeanor.





And Krischer has never answered the tough questions about
why he didnít want to prosecute Epstein. Remember there
were at least 20 middle school girls who said Epstein molested
them. Why did he let Epstein off the hook?






Julie K. Brown

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