The mysterious details of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide threw the country into a frenzy earlier this week, but revelations about a diary could mean that other potential predators in his circle shouldn’t stop worrying just yet.
The diary reportedly contains information that is extremely damaging for elites around the world, an anonymous source told the Mirror.
“He used his wealth to buy buddies and then bestow his money on those he courted,” the source said. “Jeff knew his relationships with the rich and famous brought him protection. He kept a diary in meticulous detail in case he ever needed it.”
The diary, described as an “insurance policy” by the source, was brought to public attention after lawyers for some of Epstein’s alleged victims received a statement from Prince Andrew of the British royal family.
Supposedly containing details about the prince and other members of the royal family, the diary also allegedly logs Epstein’s other connections with the rich and famous.
Epstein was known to keep details of his contacts in physical form. A black book containing acquaintances of the millionaire, including Bill Clinton and others, was once called the “holy grail.”
It’s not hard to see why this could cause some panic.
Lawyer Jack Scarola represents some of Epstein’s alleged victims, and he is pressing forward for truth and justice despite Epstein’s death.
If there were others involved in his crimes, this lawyer is hellbent on ferreting them out.
“There is little doubt victims who have not yet come forward have information that will help bring Epstein’s co-conspirators, enablers, recruiters, and fellow traffickers to justice,” Scarola said.
“Our efforts to achieve that goal, which have already gone on for a dozen years, will not stop. Our clients will not rest easy until all of those who participated in Epstein’s crimes are brought to justice — no matter their past or current station in life”
For those who think they can shield themselves from repercussions thanks to their immense wealth or powerful connections, the fallout from Epstein’s alleged crimes could be a much-needed reality check.
And if this diary falls into the right hands, it could be a game-changer.
“One former congressman said there are a lot of people ‘breathing a huge sigh of relief’ now Jeff is dead. They should hold their breath for a long time to come,” the source said.
“It ain’t over.”
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