Feds Raid Epstein’s Home in U.S. Virgin Islands


The questions keep mounting up.

The FBI finally got around to raiding Jeffery Epstein’s home in the Virgin Island’s Monday. Why it took so long to take place is a question many are now asking? Epstein was arrested on July 6th, 2019 and his Manhattan home was raided that same day. However, the U.S. Virgin Island estate was where most of the alleged crimes took place. Why so long to raid the estate? And, why was it done just two days after his alleged suicide while in jail?

The Miami Herald broke the story about the raid Monday night. To read more, click here (Miami Herald story on Jeffery Epstein). 

The speculation concerning how Epstein died while being watched around the clock at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York is still running rampant. Rumors abound that the Clinton’s had him killed in order to protect former President Bill Clinton from prosecution. Other wild speculations involve President Trump and a who’s who list including Alan Dershowitz, Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Andrew (yes, that Prince Andrew), Woody Allen, and many, many, more. None of the speculation has any current basis in fact. But, who knows?

What we do know, the government is determined to confiscate all of Epstein’s properties.

In an indictment filed in the Southern District of New York, federal prosecutors laid out their intention to confiscate all of Epstein’s properties that were used in facilitating the sexual abuse of minor victims. Unfortunately, Epstein’s death poses a big challenge prosecutors in using asset forfeiture to provide restitution to the multimillionaire’s alleged victims.

The questions continue to mount?