Epstein Butler Alfredo Rodriguez Served More Time in Prison than Epstein – He Died Before Disclosing Location of Epstein’s Black Book

Alfredo Rodriguez, who was Jeffrey Epstein’s houseman for many years, passed away in 2015 at age 60.

Rodriguez served prison time after refusing to hand over Epstein’s book in 2011 and attempting to sell it for over £30,000

Rodriguez kept a “black book” that included details on “the full scope and the extent of Epstein’s involvement with underage girls.”

When he died the location of the black book died with him. The location of the document was never disclosed.

Rodriquez was charged with a felony and served 18 months in prison for attempting to sell the book.

Epstein only served 13 months for his crime of prostituting dozens if not hundreds of children to the global elites.

Investigative reporter Mike Cernovich has been leading the efforts to bring Jeffrey Epstein to justice the past two years.

It was Mike Cernovich who questioned the lenient treatment of Jeffrey Epstein for his horrific crimes.

One week ago today Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his prison cell at the Metro Corrections Center in Manhattan. He was the first prisoner to commit suicide at the facility in 40 years. Epstein was also the highest priority prisoner in the US prison system.

But now he is dead along with the secrets he brings with him.

The US Department of Justice gave Jeffrey Epstein a sweetheart deal in 2009.

But at the same time they indicted Epstein’s butler Alfredo Rodriquez on felony charges.

Jeffrey Epstein’s butler kept a detailed log of Epstein’s crimes.

Prosecutors gave Epstein a free pass.

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