JP Morgan – Epstein Sex and Human Trafficking
AG Fired After Claiming JP Morgan Turned ‘Blind Eye’ to Epstein Sex Trafficking
Jan. 3, 2023 - U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (TND) — U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George has been relieved of her duties just days after filing suit against JP Morgan Chase for allegedly “turning a blind eye” to evidence of human trafficking being committed by Jeffrey Epstein. On Dec. 27, 2022, George filed a federal lawsuit – in her capacity as attorney general – in the Southern District of New York against the U.S. banking giant.
In the federal suit, George alleged JP Morgan “turned a blind eye to evidence of human trafficking over more than a decade because of Epstein’s own financial footprint, and because of the deals and clients that Epstein brought and promised to bring to the bank.”
Just days later, George was terminated from her position by U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr., a Democrat, after serving in his administration for four years. “I relieved Denise George of her duties as attorney general this weekend,” Gov. Bryan said in a statement obtained by The National Desk (TND). “I thank her for her service to the people of the Territory during the past four years as Attorney General and wish her the best in her future endeavors.” KATV
Deep State Mafia JUST Snuffed Out A Major Epstein Connection | Redacted with Clayton Morris
Jan. 8, 2023 - Journalist Whitney Webb joins us to breakdown the stunning SBF "not guilty" plea and Epstein prosecutor losing her job after filing suit against JP Morgan Chase. The deep state mafia scored two important wins to silence information and keep names out of the public.
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