Thanks to a Federal Judge, 8 Epstein “John Doe’s” Are About to Be Revealed

Thanks to a Federal Judge, 8 Epstein “John Doe’s” Are About to Be Revealed

Why are any of the Epstein documents sealed? We’ve got the FBI running around raiding present Trump, Roger Stone, and anti-abortion Christians, while people who molested and trafficked young girls are lounging by the pool, sipping margaritas without a care in the world. Why do we allow this? Why is this “two-tier justice system” okay? The elites get away with rape, murder, and God only knows what else, and anyone who doesn’t toe the progressive line, is sh*t out of luck and thrown to the wolves.


I am so sick of it, that I could hurl up my guts at this point. Our founding fathers did not dream of a government like the one we have today, this is the type of crap they had nightmares about. The out-of-control, power-crazed, filthy rich degenerates who’ve made a career out of milking the swamp for all its worth, and covering up for their buddies, who molest and traffic innocent girls are running our country. And it’s not a conspiracy theory. It’s true. And it’s so evil and disgusting.

But there’s a glimmer of good news. One federal judge in Manhattan, of all places, has just ruled that documents pertaining to Septien must be unsealed, so the public can have access. These documents will reportedly list 8 “John Does” who allegedly took part in the Epstein nightmare.

Bizpacreview reported that Manhattan Federal Judge Loretta Preska ordered on Friday that dozens of documents connected to deceased convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein be unsealed, potentially paving the way for the exposure of the identities of eight John Does allegedly involved in his sex trafficking of minors.

The documents were filed in the defamation case against ex-Epstein handler, accomplice, and lover Ghislaine Maxwell by accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre in 2016, according to Fox News. Attorneys objected to the move because it would reveal and harm the reputations of those named in the documents.

The judge ruled that public interest outweighed the privacy rights of the eight “John Does” named in the documents. Those who could possibly be outed are John Does 12, 28, 97, 107, 144, 147, 171, and 183. Preska, however, didn’t set a date for the release of the documents.

One of the people named in the documents is Tom Pritzker, the billionaire executive chairman of Hyatt Hotels and cousin of Illinois governor JB Pritzker, according to the Daily Mail.

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When Pritzker’s attorney objected on the grounds that the revelation would harm his client’s reputation, Preska disagreed with his premise, asserting that the documents were already available in other cases and that their contents did not specify malicious actions.

John Doe 107 also filed an objection, claiming that the unsealing of the documents was a violation of their privacy. The judge knocked that objection down as well.

Another associate of Epstein’s named Emmy Taylor, who is a former personal assistant to Ghislaine Maxwell, is named in the documents. She is accused of being involved in the abuse of Epstein and Maxwell’s victims.

I agree with this. I don’t care who is on that list, Republican or Democrat, hero or villain — every single name should be released with zero retractions. We the people have a right to know who in our country participated in this filth, and they should be forever shamed and charged with a crime, as well.

We’ll see if this amounts to anything, or if this is just a small bone that they’re throwing us to keep us quiet.

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