Over 170 High-Profile Associates Of Jeffrey Epstein To Be Named Publicly After Judge’s Ruling

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A total of 177 high-profile associates of the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein are set to be named publicly in the early days of 2024 thanks to a heroic female judge.

Epstein Names To Be Released

Daily Mail reported that Judge Loretta Preska ruled that hundreds of court documents will be unsealed, exposing the names of 177 Epstein associates. While the release date is listed as January 1, the unsealing will likely actually happen the next day, since the first is a national holiday.

Judge Preska wrote “unsealed in full” next to the names of 177 Does who are known to be Epstein’s friends, recruiters, victims and others. She gave the Does fourteen days to object to their documents being unsealed to the public.

The documents pertain to the defamation case filed by Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre in New York against Epstein’s madam Ghislaine Maxwell. Giuffre had sued Maxwell for defamation back in 2016, and though the case was settled, the Miami Herald later sued to get the documents made public. 

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Judge Preska’s Reasoning

One reason that Preska gave for releasing the names is that some of the Does have given interviews to the media, meaning she feels that their identities should not remain private. A few of the Does are housekeepers who worked on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean, where he is believed to have committed some of his most heinous sex crimes.

Judge Preska ruled that ten other Does will not have their identities made public because they were minor victims whose names had never been released before.

She decided that in their cases, their privacy outweighs the public’s right to know, finding that releasing their court documents would “disclose sensitive information regarding an alleged minor victim of sexual abuse who has not spoken publicly and who has maintained his or her privacy,” according to The New York Post.

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Epstein And Maxwell’s Fates

Epstein allegedly committed suicide in prison in August of 2019 while awaiting trial for various sex crimes. Many have questioned whether he really killed himself, however, as his death was awfully convenient for the countless powerful figures who were rumored to have ties to him. One of these famous figures is the former President Bill Clinton, who allegedly traveled on Epstein’s private jet multiple times and is rumored to have visited his private island.

Maxwell is currently serving a twenty year prison sentence in Florida after she was convicted in 2021 of child trafficking and other crimes connected to Epstein.

“Today’s sentence holds Ghislaine Maxwell accountable for perpetrating heinous crimes against children.  This sentence sends a strong message that no one is above the law and it is never too late for justice,” U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said in a statement after her sentencing last year. “We again express our gratitude to Epstein and Maxwell’s victims for their courage in coming forward, in testifying at trial, and in sharing their stories as part of today’s sentencing.”

We can only hope that some of the most powerful figures who took part in Epstein’s unspeakable crimes are among the Does that will be named in 2024. Who do you think could be on the list? Let us know in the comments section.

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