Epstein: Logs Show Underage Victim Visited Epstein 90 Times In Palm Beach… Prison

Written by Wes Walker on September 23, 2019

Were the Palm Beach cops oblivious, inept, or does this indicate something darker?

If ANYONE should have been barred entry from visiting Epstein in prison — with him REGISTERED as a SEX OFFENDER, you would think teenage girls would be right at the top of that list.

And yet, ONE underage girl managed to arrange 90 prison visits with him. We would seriously hope these were simple visit, and not the conjugal kind, as that would open up a whole OTHER line of serious questions about the officers in Palm Beach involved.

Jeffrey Epstein was approved for visits with one of his underage rape victims while serving time for soliciting minors in Palm Beach.

Documents obtained by DailyMail.com show that the Palm Beach County’s Sheriff’s Office recorded approximately 90 visits between Epstein and Nadia Marcinkova in their official prison log.

Marcinkova, whose name is recorded as Nadia Marcorkona on the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office visitation authorization log, was born on February 21, 1985 according to officials, despite having been born in 1986 according to almost all reports.

This means that Marcinkova would have been 16 or at most 17 when she was forced to have sex with other underage girls and Epstein himself, all of which was described in some detail by one victim in her interview with the Palm Beach Police Department.

That interview was later included in the Palm Beach Police report on Epstein, meaning that officials would have been aware that Epstein had raped and sexually assaulted Marcinkova much like his countless other victims.
Source: DailyMail

But like another of the victims Epstein had abused, she took on the role of an accomplice, drawing new victims into his net.

In his report, Detective Joseph Recarey noted that the victim told him Marcinkova would emerge naked from the steam room whenever she was present at the Palm Beach mansion, which also gave some background on the woman.

‘Epstein had purchased her from her family in Yugoslavia,’ wrote Detective Joseph Recarey after his interview with one victim.

‘Epstein bragged he brought her into the United States to be his Yugoslavian sex slave.’

Marcinkova would eventually move into a procurement role like many victims before her, according to court documents.

Detective Recarey never sought to charge Marcinkova however, likely on account of this information and her age.

That was not the case a few years later however when Marcinkova was seen as a predator and not a victim by prosecutors, who only agreed to grant her immunity as part of Epstein’s plea deal.
Source: DailyMail

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