Jeffrey Epstein’s Bank
Here’s an update on the Jeffrey Epstein story by Dutch YouTuber, Artikel 7, with footage and leads that didn’t seem to make it into any US news reports that I’ve seen.
These include eyewitness reports from US Virgin Islands officials that Epstein was seen arriving in his personal jet accompanied by girls as young as 11 years old.
After Jeffrey Epstein was convicted in 2008 for “soliciting prostitution from an underage girl in Florida”, he continued to make millions of dollars and in 2014, he opened a bank in the US Virgin Islands called Southern Country International, which could only do business with offshore clients.
As a convicted sex offender, obtaining a license to operate such a bank would have involved an extreme background check, yet Epstein didn’t go through any of that. Four years later in 2018, Epstein’s lawyer said that the bank had not yet started operations.
It now appears that the sole point of this bank was to collect assets upon Epstein’s death and to quickly relay the funds to points offshore.
After he was pronounced dead in August 2019, $15.5 million dollars were moved into this Virgin Islands bank. At the end of the year, there were only $500,000 left.