Former Prosecutor: Jeffrey Epstein’s Death Puts Trump In Even Greater Legal Jeopardy

When convicted sex offender and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, it appeared that Epstein and those who may have been involved in the rape and trafficking of underage girls from around the world had managed to escape justice. But as it turns out, that’s not the least bit true.

Keep in mind that one of the people who associated with Epstein for many years was none other than Donald Trump. Epstein, it should be noted, was in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons when he died, which is a part of the Department of Justice. And the DOJ is run by Trump toady William Barr.

So if Trump thought he could finally breathe ease, he was wrong, according to a former federal prosecutor who spoke with Adam Klasfeld of Courthouse News:

“According to the expert, Epstein was the only person who could legally challenge the search warrant that authorized the review of his home; due to his death, ‘everything will be admissible against any other defendant without a possibility of a motion to suppress.’ This would suggest others … could be implicated in the crimes Epstein stood accused of, should evidence emerge that indicates wrongdoing.”

Yes, all of the information (papers, videotapes, correspondence, flash drives)  that came out of the safe at Epstein’s penthouse is now in the custody of the courts, and that means no one can possibly block the release of that evidence when various women sue Epstein’s estate, which is already in motion:

“Attorney Lisa Bloom, who represents many of Epstein victims, told NBC News Saturday that she and those she represents plan to continue their civil cases against Epstein’s estate: ‘Victims deserve to be made whole for the lifelong damage he caused. We’re just getting started.'”

Klasfeld spelled out the legal jeopardy now facing Trump and others (Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew) who were known associates of Jeffrey Epstein:

Whoever wanted Epstein silenced (provided he didn’t actually die of a suicide) screwed themselves over, because now all of his dirty secrets can be aired in open court and no one can challenge how they were obtained. In death, Epstein is a bigger threat to these rich and powerful men he partied with than he was when he was still breathing.

Sometimes karma has one hell of a dark sense of humor.

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