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BREAKING NEWS--- PIZZAGATE PART TWO
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03-19-2017 09:13 PM

 



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BREAKING NEWS--- PIZZAGATE PART TWO
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SANTA FE – Lawsuit claims about young female sex slaves allegedly kept by billionaire investor Jeffrey Epstein and offered to a worldwide list of the rich and famous have reached New Mexico.
In a new court filing in Florida, plaintiffs’ lawyers maintain that a woman identified as Jane Doe No. 3, said to have been coerced into Epstein’s camp when she was 15 years old, was frequently sexually abused by Epstein “not only in West Palm Beach (Fla.), but also in New York, New Mexico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, in international airspace on … Epstein’s private planes, and elsewhere.”
Epstein owns or has owned a 26,700-square-foot mansion near Stanley south of Santa Fe on 10,000 acres known as the Zorro Ranch. The court filings don’t say where specifically in New Mexico the alleged sexual assaults took place.
The new filings came in long-running litigation accusing federal prosecutors of striking a sweetheart deal on charges against Epstein for having sex with underage girls. Epstein served 13 months for procuring a person under the age of 18 for prostitution in 2008 and is a registered sex offender.
Epstein’s Zorro Ranch in Santa Fe County is on land he purchased from the family of former Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Gary King.
Epstein made news previously in New Mexico. He twice attempted to contribute to King’s campaigns, but King returned the money. King received $15,000 from Epstein in 2006 when King first ran for attorney general and $35,000 from companies connected to Epstein for his gubernatorial campaign this year. Also in 2006, Epstein gave $50,000 to the re-election campaign of then-Gov. Bill Richardson. Richardson said then he’d give the money he received from an Epstein-affiliated company, Zorro Trust, to local charities.

pooky
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03-19-2017 09:21 PM

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RE: BREAKING NEWS--- PIZZAGATE PART TWO
Still waiting to see what's in Anthony Weiners 'insurance file'. Haven't heard much about him or it lately.
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03-19-2017 09:30 PM

 



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Anthony and Huma - tales to tell which should come out eventually. Huma doesn't look worried, running about NYC with future mayoral candidate of Some City Any Town, Hitlery.
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03-19-2017 09:49 PM

 



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