The Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself conspiracy theory wouldn’t seem so damned plausible if it weren’t for this never-ending stream of weird coincidences.
Another potential witness has committed suicide. At least, that’s what the reports say.
It’s not just the long line of powerful people around the world who have secrets they really want to stay hidden.
It’s not just the unlikely series of ‘happenstances’ at Epstein’s prison cell that no sane crime novelist would dare to expect his readers would believe.
Or the way that stories were conveniently buried by news agencies… with more energy spent on finding the whistleblower than getting the scoop.
Or the political connections that go right up to the tippy-top tier of Political connectedness… with lots of speculation about how Epstein *really* made his money.
Now we can add another couple of weird wrinkles to the Epstein saga. We’ve learned about time the Clintons have spent at another of Epstein’s properties, and we’ve learned about another high-profile suicide.
The Left had been super-excited about this suicide a few days ago because they were implying that this death had something to do with Trump because when he was at Deutchebank, he had signed off on some loans for Trump.
But in their zeal to paint Trump as a bad guy, they missed another, more interesting detail. Epstein, whose wealth nobody can REALLY account for, is said to have worked with this same banker.
According to Forensic News‘ Scott Stedman, “One source who has direct knowledge of the FBI’s investigation into Deutsche Bank said that federal investigators have asked about Bowers and documents he might have. Another source who has knowledge of Deutsche Bank’s internal structure said that Bowers would have been the gatekeeper for financial documents for the bank’s wealthiest customers.”
As far as ‘wealthiest customers’ go…
Epstein’s alleged crimes and unclear sources of wealth have sparked efforts to trace his money across the worlds of finance, academia and philanthropy. TD is the third major global lender linked to him since he became a felon, as Deutsche Bank took him on as a client after JPMorgan Chase ended a long relationship years after his first arrest. It’s unclear how much money was moved to TD and whether the assets are still there.
Source: American Banker
The site ‘True Pundit’ is claiming:
Bowers headed the private wealth banking division for Deutsche Bank and signed off on millions in loans to Epstein. Bowers, prior to taking over the private banking arm at Deutsche Bank, served in the same top position at Citibank, as the head of the bank’s private wealth arm. Citigroup also made massive loans to Epstein, according to records and banking sources who spoke to True Pundit.
True Pundit founder Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore previously headed anti-money laundering for a major Citigroup division during the time frame Citi commenced large loans to Epstein.
“The loans to Epstein were personal and commercial,” Paine confirmed. “The Citi loans I can confirm were for more than $25 million. Some were secured, some were not.”
As for that Epstein connection, the Clintons tried to downplay how many visits they made to ‘Pedophile Island’, despite what the plane logs may have to say about it. The number is far higher than they were willing to admit.
But it seems, contrary to the Clintons’ official story, that wasn’t the ONLY property of Epsteins that the Clintons had visited.
Bill and Hillary Clinton stayed at Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious ‘baby-making ranch’ almost every year after they left the White House, according to the disgraced financier’s estate manager.
The former president was Epstein’s closest ‘celebrity mate’ and the Clintons, along with daughter Chelsea, visited Zorro Ranch ‘a whole bunch of times’, a former contractor who ran the IT system at the property told DailyMailTV in an exclusive interview.
The family visited the 10,000-acre estate in the New Mexico desert often, but never stayed in the main house.
Instead, the Clinton family bunked down in a special cowboy-themed village created by Epstein, which is a mile south of his own luxury mountaintop villa. They’d use one of the two guest houses, which look like they’re straight out of the 19th century.