Here’s a review of what we know about Jeffrey Epstein’s nearly $80 million private island, which features a “bizarre blue-striped building,” as NBC News put it, or temple of some kind.
As more news about the Democrat pedophile billionaire comes to light, FULCRUM will be among the first to report and analyze it. The longtime friend of the Clintons — and many others in politics — remains in lock-up in New York City on underage sex trafficking charges, with a trial date expected around June 2020.
What we know already:
The striped building, one of the few above ground architectural features of the island, does not match submitted plans for a building Epstein wanted to construct. Some online have speculated the building may be an entrance to an underground facility of some kind, or even an elevator shaft leading to dwelling space of some kind beneath the island’s surface.
Epstein was having dental chairs and industrial shredders, as well as tile extractor equipment, sent to the island. What he and his guests needed these bulky items for, however, is less clear. (Enterprising journalists at The Intercept came across a maritime freight log of some kind, which revealed Epstein’s bizarre shipments.)
Jeffrey Epstein maintained a purported “blackmail safe” out of his Manhattan luxury townhome, containing CD-ROMs with guests names written on them. Authorities have opened the safe and are investigating its contents fully, it is believed.
Shortly after his lock-up at the MCC in New York City, Epstein was reportedly injured, and was found in the fetal position with evident wounds or bruises to his neck.
Finally, a whopping 14 victims have stepped forward so far, willing to testify against Jeffrey Epstein.