Revealing the High-Profile Figures in the Jeffrey Epstein Network

The saga of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted pedophile and sex trafficker, continues to unravel. New revelations expose a growing list of high-profile individuals who were in contact with him.

The infamous ‘little black book’ of Epstein, known to contain a plethora of famous names from the realms of politics, business, and entertainment, has been a source of intrigue and scandal.

However, recent investigations by New York magazine have unearthed a list of influential figures who had interactions with Epstein but do not appear in the notorious black book.

This information was gleaned from documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, shedding light on an even wider network of connections.

Among the newly revealed names are Leon Black, co-founder of Apollo Global Management, Leon Botstein, president of Bard College, Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, and William Burns, CIA Director.

Other notable figures include Noam Chomsky, the renowned professor whose meetings with Epstein included a dinner with director Woody Allen and his wife, Soon-Yi Previn, and former U.S. Virgin Islands first lady Cecile de Jongh, who stands accused of assisting Epstein in obtaining visas for his alleged victims.

The list also includes Bill Gates, whose association with Epstein has been public knowledge for years.

Then, there are other prominent figures, such as Joshua Cooper Ramo, a FedEx board member, Terje Rød-Larsen, a former diplomat, Ariane de Rothschild, chairwoman of the Edmond de Rothschild Group, Kathryn Ruemmler, Goldman Sachs general counsel, and Jes Staley, a JPMorgan executive.

Several of these individuals have responded to their inclusion in the list. Lawrence Summers, former Treasury Secretary, expressed deep regret for maintaining contact with Epstein after his 2008 conviction.

Similarly, Ruemmler voiced regret over her acquaintance with Epstein, while a Goldman Sachs spokesperson clarified that their relationship was strictly professional.

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak admitted to frequent meetings with Epstein, but vehemently denied any inappropriate context involving girls, minors, or adult women.

The Edmond de Rothschild Group, which initially denied any connection between Ariane de Rothschild and Epstein, later conceded that their claim was inaccurate.

However, they maintained that de Rothschild was unaware of any questions regarding Epstein’s personal conduct during their meeting.

Noam Chomsky, in an email to the Journal, dismissed inquiries about his association with Epstein, stating it was “none of your business. Or anyone’s.”

He further defended his occasional meetings with Epstein, arguing that Epstein’s served sentence granted him a clean slate according to U.S. laws and norms.

Epstein’s story ended abruptly with his death in jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. However, the ripple effects of his actions continue to reverberate through society, implicating an ever-growing list of high-profile individuals.

As more details emerge, the full extent of Epstein’s web of influence becomes increasingly apparent, leaving us to question the integrity of those who once moved in his circles.

This article appeared in
Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.

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