BREAKING: Documents Released in Ghislaine Maxwell Case Show DOJ Knew Years Ago that Epstein Abused Girls “As Young as 12 But Younger the Better” But Did Nothing

Documents were unsealed in the Ghislaine Maxwell case yesterday.  They show that the DOJ knew years ago that Epstein and Maxwell were running girls as young as 12 but they refused to act for years.

Technofog at reported yesterday:

They always knew.

Today, the DOJ published records unsealed by court order in the Ghislaine Maxwell case. These included a motion and numerous exhibits detailing what the FBI/DOJ – and in particular, the Southern District of New York – knew about the criminal activities of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell back in 2016.

Recall that Epstein was given a sweetheart deal back in 2007. Notes from a meeting in 2016 – read the document here – reveal that a “US Attorney has said [Epstein] could be prosecuted elsewhere.” They failed to act for years, however.

In addition, the notes show that there were pictures of nude girls on Maxwell’s computer.   Another note reports that Epstein was tipped off before the DOJ went to his house to look for evidence.  All of his computers were gone.

Another note says “as young as 12 but younger the better” and then mentions Thailand and handwritten note with girls’ names:

More notes are reported by Techno Fog.

The overall point is that the DOJ knew that Epstein was running girls as young as 12 and they did nothing for years.  Just another day of the DOJ protecting some individuals while attacking others based on politics.

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