What did the Butler know? The Truth about Jeffrey Epstein and Power

The FBI did NOT indict Jeffrey Epstein.


The instead indicted his BUTLER, who claimed to have the names and contact information for HUNDREDS of underage victims of Jeffrey Epstein!? 


The truth about Jeffrey Epstein and Power:




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A butler who allegedly held details of Prince Andrew’s time at the home of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has died. [2015]

But Alfredo Rodriguez, 60, had his ex-boss’s contacts book and sources say Epstein’s lawyers are “petrified” about where it will go.

Mr Rodriguez called the book the Holy Grail and took it with him as insurance against Epstein.

He was jailed four years ago for 18 months for not giving it to prosecutors.

He tried to sell it for £33,000 to defence lawyers.

Famous people in the book include Bill Clinton, Mick Jagger, Earl Spencer and Henry Kissinger, though there is no suggestion of wrongdoing by them.

Mr Rodriguez was killed by cancer and widow Patricia Dunn of Miami said: “Alfredo died and so did many secrets. He knew about everyone including the Prince.”

After years of service Alfredo fell out with convicted sex offender Epstein but when he left he took a copy of his boss’s black book of his contacts.

He kept it secret from prosecutors who said if they had known about it the billionaire would have received a much longer sentence.

The prince denies under-age sex claims in US court papers.



Who was Jeffrey Epstein?


From Wikipedia – Image Epstein Mugshot 2006

Jeffrey Edward Epstein (January 20, 1953 – August 10, 2019) was an American financier and convicted sex offender.

 Epstein began his career as a teacher and then changed to the banking and finance sector in various roles. During his career he became a multimillionaire. Until his conviction for sex crimes in 2008, he was well-connected with some among the financial, political, and cultural elite.

In April 2005, police in Palm Beach, Florida, began investigating Epstein after a parent complained that he had molested her 14-year-old daughter. 

After an investigation, prosecution, and plea negotiations, Epstein pleaded guilty and was convicted by a Florida state court of soliciting a prostitute and of procuring an underage girl for prostitution on June 30, 2008.

He served almost 13 months in custody, with work release, as part of a plea deal; federal officials had identified 36 girls, some as young as 14 years old, whom Epstein had molested.

Epstein was arrested again on July 6, 2019, on federal charges for sex trafficking of minors in Florida and New York.

He died on August 10, 2019, in his jail cell. According to reports his death was a suicide.

His death was subsequently investigated by the FBI as conspiracy theories started spreading online.


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