The Mysteries of Jeffrey Epstein’s Financial Black Book

There are plenty of mysteries still swirling around Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who’s newly indicted for sex trafficking (he’s pleaded not guilty). But the biggest unanswered question remains how he made the nearly $600 million that he and his attorneys listed on his unaudited and unverified financial statement. In order to find out how he amassed his fortune, it may take subpoenas from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York to Wall Street types in Epstein’s inner circle—people such as Leslie Wexner, the billionaire founder and CEO of L Brands, Glenn Dubin, the billionaire cofounder of the hedge fund Highbridge Capital Management, and Leon Black, the billionaire founder of Apollo Global Management, the private-equity behemoth. Continue reading The Mysteries of Jeffrey Epstein’s Financial Black Book

Jeffrey Epstein, Prominent Financier, Applauds Bloomberg’s Plan for New York Charter Schools

New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, recently announced that he will personally fund the creation of four charter schools in New York City. The announcement was welcomed by New York financier and education philanthropist, Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein, a long-time supporter of Bloomberg, has financed numerous charter schools across the country including the Maya Angelou schools in Washington DC, the highly acclaimed Bard High School Early College in New York City and the Harlem Link Charter School. Continue reading Jeffrey Epstein, Prominent Financier, Applauds Bloomberg’s Plan for New York Charter Schools

Mike Bloomberg and Jeffrey Epstein funder Les Wexner in 2010

The Shapiro Murder File Bob Bytes Back: Archive 7/16/98 by Bob Fitrakis June 16, 2019 Les Wexner Police accidently release a report linking Leslie Wexner and the Mob by Bob Fitrakis The ghost of Arthur Shapiro—a prominent local attorney who was slain in a 1985 “mob-style murder”—continues to haunt the City of Columbus. Shapiro’s doomed soul was resurrected recently when the Columbus Division of Police … Continue reading Mike Bloomberg and Jeffrey Epstein funder Les Wexner in 2010

Mike Bloomberg and Ghislaine Maxwell

In a 1998, 272-page deposition never before made public, Michael Bloomberg said he would believe a rape charge only if it was supported by “an unimpeachable third-party” witness, and accused an ex-employee who said she’d been raped by a Bloomberg executive of “extortion.” Asked if he believed “false claims of rape are common,” the GOP mayoral contender and CEO of a vast financial-information empire replied: “I don’t have an opinion.” Continue reading Mike Bloomberg and Ghislaine Maxwell