Jeffrey Epstein and his close ties with Bill and Hillary Clinton was revealed last week. The secret ties came to light when a book by James Patterson “Filthy Rich” was released on Oct.11.
The book has been co-authored by former detective John Connolly. It revealed details of how apart from Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump also has associations with the billionaire.
Epstein was sentenced to prison for soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14. Though 40 women were said to have been “sexual victims” of the pedophile, but he managed to escape jail term with a sentence of as less as 18 months.
However, Epstein served only 13 months in jail out of his 18 months term. Radar Online has learnt now that the former Wall Street financier “got a sweet deal from prosecutors.”
According to private police documents available with the publication, cops who had worked on the case were furious. The Palm Beach Police had conducted a comprehensive sexual battery investigation involving Epstein from March 15, 2005, through February 2006.
They gave their recommendations of possible five felony charges to the State Attorney, Barry Krischer. The latter gave Epstein a sweetheart plea deal requiring him to plead guilty to just one minor state charge soliciting a minor.
The chief of police of Palm Beach Michael Reiter wrote to the state attorney on May 1, 2006, as per an internal memo. The attorney allegedly made the groundwork for the plea deal to protect the name of Epstein’s high-profile friends.
The police had filed the probable cause affidavit stating that “Jeffrey Epstein, who at the time of these incidents was fifty one years of age, did have vaginal intercourse either with his penis or digitally with [four minors].”
They stated that “Epstein did use a vibrator on the external vaginal area of … a fourteen year old minor.” The judge on the case seemed incredulous as she signed off on the State Attorney’s deal with the pedophile.
Circuit Judge Deborah Dale Pucillo blasted the prosecution to allow him to skip a sex offender treatment program. She questioned how instead of being in the harsher Department of Corrections, Epstein served at the country jail.