Virgin Islands Attorney General FIRED after naming names in Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit
On Saturday, US Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George was fired. Just a few days prior, George alleged in a lawsuit that JP Morgan Chase bank was complicit with Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.
\u201cVirgin Islands Attorney General Loses Her Job Days After Suing JPMorgan Chase in Connection with the Jeffrey Epstein Probe https://t.co/ndULytWNgj\u201d— Law & Crime (@Law & Crime) 1672678831
\u201cRemember when Biden got the Ukrainian prosecutor fired for investigating Hunter/Burisma?\n\nWell on Dec. 27 the USVI AG filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan for helping Jeffrey Epstein\n\nBiden flew to USVI & the AG was fired days later\n\nWhat a coincidence!\nhttps://t.co/9aA442rokI\u201d— Rogan O\u2019Handley (@Rogan O\u2019Handley) 1672680470
The heavily redacted lawsuit read, in part, “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. These decisions were advocated and approved at the senior levels of JP Morgan, including by the former chief executive of its asset management division and investment bank, whose inappropriate relationship with Epstein should have been evident to the bank. Indeed, it was only after Epstein’s death that JP Morgan belatedly complied with federal banking regulations regarding Epstein’s accounts.”
A spokesperson for the Governor of the Virgin Islands said reports that George was fired because of the lawsuit are “not entirely accurate.”
\u201cBill Clinton Gets Asked About His Friend Jeffrey Epstein\u2014 His Response Will Give You Chills\n\n\u201d— Benny Johnson (@Benny Johnson) 1667944775
This is not the first mention of JP Morgan’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. In November, a number of Epstein’s victims filed a lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank, alleging the banks enabled Epstein’s sex-trafficking operations through their complicity. The lawsuit also claims the banks financially benefited from participating in Epstein’s sex trafficking.
Deutsche Bank’s lawyers claimed the bank provided “routine banking services to a client, nothing more.” Both banks are asking the court to dismiss all claims against them.
Back in 2008, JP Morgan Chase was warned by compliance officers that its relationship with Epstein could damage its reputation. The banking giant also managed at least $10 million for Ghislaine Maxwell.
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