When it comes to finding more sexual predators like Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein, start in Academia and move out from there.
That’s where many sexual deviants find their prey.
Hardly a day goes by where we learn about some monster molesting young boys and girls. And colleges and universities might as well provide professors with casting couches, as these educators practically make molesting youngsters a rite of passage for tenure.
So does it surprise anybody that Epstein was a big donor to academia, particularly Harvard?
The New York Post reported:
The convicted pedophile, who made a $6.5 million donation to the university’s Program for Evolutionary Dynamics in 2003, was in touch with Dr. George Church, a professor of genetics at Harvard, NBC News reported Friday.
The two met at the Harvard Medical School’s Genetics Department building on April 22 of that year, had a phone call the next day and had lunch together on June 21, according to Church’s online calendar obtained by NBC.
The lunch date included the note, “Martin Nowak’s Institute” — a likely reference to Martin Nowak, a professor of biology and mathematics at Harvard and director of the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics.
Epstein, a billionaire financier, has touted himself as a co-founder of the program, which uses math and genetics to research cures for cancer and other diseases, NBC said.
Typical Leftist move. Use wackademia as a cover.
As you consider Epstein’s donation to Harvard, think “Lance Armstrong.” The athlete who gave himself testicular cancer by doping, then made a living on “beating cancer”.
Many say the man who “won” seven Tour de France bicycle races, tagged as the best cyclist ever, cheated the system. But far worse, he used that deception to become bigger than life by pretending to give a sh*t about curing cancer.
What Armstrong cared about was being filthy stinking rich and having power through his fake achievements. And the same is true of Epstein.
If he could throw enough money around, he could get away with sexual abuse of women forever.
As you consider Epstein and Armstrong, take a look back at Harvey Weinstein.
Like the aforementioned, Weinstein too used charity for cover.
Harvey Weinstein has pulled back from every single charity and organization he works with and financially supports, including the ones he was a board member on.
Sources close to Weinstein tell us the producer “does not want to disturb the good work he has done and what these organizations are trying to accomplish.”
Weinstein has been a staple for huge charities over the years; including the Robin Hood Foundation, amfAR, UNICEF, Oceana, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, and the Lebron James Family Foundation.
Weinstein was officially a board member on the Robin Hood Foundation, and has informed them he is resigning effective immediately.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee — which Weinstein has donated thousands to over the years — is reportedly donating his campaign contributions to women’s groups.
A staple. That’s what the article called Weinstein. A staple for huge charities. Too bad Weinstein didn’t have the same protective instincts over the women he victimized.
Clearly, Weinstein and Epstein both left behind a labyrinth of dirty deeds, and it will take years to unearth the details.
Another Dead Body
Just a few days ago, news from Paris explained that the French modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, a longtime associate of the late, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, was found dead in his prison cell.
Brunel was found alone, hanged with bedsheets, in his jail cell at the Santé prison in the French capital at around 1:30 a.m. local time on Saturday, the prosecutor’s office told CNN. It would not comment on whether Brunel killed himself, adding an investigation into the cause of death has been opened, “as it is systematically done in these cases,” entrusted to the French judicial police.
Brunel’s French lawyers told CNN their client’s “decision was not guided by guilt, but by a sense of injustice.”
“Jean-Luc Brunel has never stopped claiming his innocence. He has multiplied his efforts to prove it. A judge had released him a few months ago, and then he was re-incarcerated in undignified conditions,” a statement sent to CNN by his lawyers Mathias Chichportich, Marianne Abgrall and Christophe Ingrain read.
Accused of rape by several former top models, which he denied, the 75-year-old was put under formal investigation in France in late June 2021 for “rape of a minor over 15,” the prosecutor’s office confirmed.
Brunel’s arrest was part of a probe launched in 2019 by French prosecutors, targeting “acts of sexual nature likely to have been committed by Jeffrey Epstein and possible accomplices,” based on checks and cross-checks carried out on information provided to the Paris public prosecutor’s office and exchanges with U.S. authorities.
While it is game over for Epstein, Weinstein, and Brunel, there are more players out there. In fact, Barclay’s might’ve employed one.
According to The Week:
Barclays is reportedly withholding almost $30 million from its former CEO amid a regulatory investigation into the way he characterized his relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein .
The bank in an annual report said it has suspended bonus and share payments to former CEO Jes Staley that are worth roughly $29 million, CNN reports. The payments have been suspended “pending further developments in respect of the regulatory and legal proceedings related to the ongoing FCA and PRA investigation,” Barclays said.
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority of the Bank of England have been investigating the relationship between Staley and Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died by suicide in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. In November, Staley resigned as Barclays CEO over the preliminary conclusions of an investigation into the way he characterized his relationship with Epstein.
“It should be noted that the investigation makes no findings that Mr. Staley saw, or was aware of, any of Mr. Epstein’s alleged crimes, which was the central question underpinning Barclays’ support for Mr. Staley following the arrest of Mr. Epstein in the summer of 2019,” Barclays said at the time.
When British regulators opened the investigation, Barclays acknowledged that Staley “developed a professional relationship with Mr. Epstein” earlier in his career. Staley has said he developed this relationship with Epstein when he worked for J.P. Morgan beginning in 2000.
“Obviously I thought I knew him well and I didn’t,” Staley said. “For sure, with hindsight with what we know now, I deeply regret having any relationship with Jeffrey.”
Sadly, that sounds a lot like some statement written by a PR firm. And not at all heartfelt or true. Tragically, a new list of victims will soon emerge.