NYPD Accused of Aiding Jeffrey Epstein in Growing Massive Child Porn Stash

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

Matt Agorist
TheFreeThoughtProject.com
July 17, 2019

New York, NY — As TFTP reported last week, billionaire hedge fund manager and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was once again arrested for sex trafficking minors. While this news was certainly welcoming to those who have been following the case, it exposed a rather troubling practice by the NYPD when it comes to tracking convicted billionaire child rapists. Now, one of the nation’s largest police departments stands accused of allowing Epstein’s child porn collection to flourish.

After Epstein was convicted as a child rapist in 2011, he was ordered by the court — as part of his sentencing — to check in with police as a registered sex offender every 90 days. Over the course of eight years since he was convicted, this amounts to 34 check-ins — exactly zero of which Epstein made.

An attorney who represents one of Epstein’s alleged victims is now speaking out, explaining how their special privilege granted to Epstein, furthered the girls’ victimization.

“I’m really, really surprised that the NYPD let him get away with this, knowing he’s a level 3 sex offender,’’ said lawyer Brad Edwards according to the NY Post.

A previous report from the NY Post detailed this special privilege granted to the convicted pedophile:

After being labeled a worst-of-the-worst, Level 3 sex offender in 2011, Epstein should have reported in person to verify his address 34 times before he was arrested Saturday on federal child sex-trafficking charges.

Violating requirements of the state’s 1996 Sex Offender Registration Act — including checking in with law enforcement — is a felony punishable by up to four years in prison for a first offense.

Subsequent violations carry a sentence of up to seven years each.

But the NYPD hasn’t required the billionaire financier — who owns a $77 million Upper East Side townhouse — to check in since he registered as a sex offender in New York over the controversial 2008 plea bargain he struck in Florida amid allegations he sexually abused scores of underage girls in his Palm Beach mansion.

Several current and former high-ranking NYPD officials were shocked to learn from The Post that the department had given Epstein a pass on his periodic check-ins, with one saying, “It makes no sense.”

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