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Epstein Linked to SEC, JP Morgan, Congress

In what should come as no surprise to anyone paying attention, Child Sex-Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is linked to the SEC, JP Morgan, AND Congress.


And it’s become so obvious that former Goldman Sachs exec and current SEC chairman Gary Gensler, is drawing a dark circle around Epstein, Les Wexner and their ties JP Morgan and Congress.


Question:  Why would the SEC chief do that?


Answer:  They’re all in on it together…and need to protect their secrets


In Case You Missed It… this case involves the more than 15 years that JPMorgan Chase, was making 9,000 money transactions totaling $2.4 billion and providing hundreds of thousands of dollars in hard cash annually to child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.


And this is knowing full well for much of that time that Epstein was a Level 3 Registered Sex Offender. *



(*Note: Epstein was credibly alleged by the Palm Beach County Police Department (supported with videotaped victim testimony) to have sexually assaulted dozens of underage schoolgirls, paying them $200 to $1,000 in hard cash after each encounter to stay quiet.)


And in an odd twist of events, this week JP Morgan settled – for a scant $75 Million – a U.S. Virgin Islands’ lawsuit involving Epstein’s sex trafficking charges.







Ironically (or NOT) the lawsuit was providing some transparency on what transpired with Epstein’s relationship with JP Morgan.


But now it is signed, sealed, and shut up.



Linked to SEC



Gensler has become quite adept at protecting his Boyz in the “Club.”

Because most people forgot about the quintessential internal report of wrongdoing at JP Morgan back in March 15, 2013.




That was when the U.S. Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations released a 300-page report on the derivatives trading scandal at JPMorgan Chase known as the “London Whale.”


It showed how JP Morgan was gambling in derivatives in London using deposits from its federally-insured bank and lost at least $6.5 billion.

The report had no qualms about protecting anyone’s privacy.


And it uses Jamie Dimon’s name 298 times – not in a good way.


Then there is the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, having released 260 emails – without redacting the names of the multiple JPMorgan employees – who were cajoling and setting up meetings and potential deals with child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

So, do the math.


  1. If the legislative branch has no problem releasing a 300-page investigative report of scandalous behavior, naming plenty of names at JPMorgan Chase;
  2. And the judicial branch of government has no problem releasing 260 emails, naming plenty of names in this matter;
  3. We have to conclude that the SEC has both misapplied and misinterpreted the law on behalf of the billionaires involved.


So, what does this have to do with the markets?


Find out in our October issue of “…In Plain English” (HERE).


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James Vincent
The Reverend of Finance
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