Written by: Jack Bibiano  –  Follow me on Twitter: @LibertyDragon1  –  Add me on Facebook: Juan Bibiano

          Unbelievable news has come out about a potential connection between Robert Mueller and underage sex slavery ringleader Jeffrey Epstein. Robert Mueller was the FBI director at the time of FBI investigation into Epstein’s racket of child sex rings, and evidence suggests that Mueller classified Epstein as a informant, in order to lend him a “sweetheart deal”, in which he only got 13 months for an alleged 40+ victims.

          Once the FBI tweeted out a link to its files on Jeffrey Epstein, twitter sleuth @Techno_Fog unearthed an incredible discovery from the files, showing that Epstein most likely served as an informant to the FBI. In 2008, that was Robert Mueller’s FBI.


The FBI’s release includes heavily redacted and/or delete pages, among other unredacted documents.

The Doc links are below:

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          Epstein is a controversial figure and friend of the Clinton family, alleged to run the sexual “Lolita Express” to his private island.  Visitors to his private Caribbean island, known as “Orgy Island,” have included royalty such as Prince Andrew, politicians like Bill Clinton, to the prestigious physicist Stephen Hawking.

          There also seems to be evidence that not only did Bill attend the island, but so did HIllary Clinton. Blackwater USA founder and retired Navy SEAL Erik Prince claims that among the 650,000 Huma Abedin emails on her estranged husband’s laptop is evidence Hillary Clinton was a visitor to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean hideaway “Orgy Island.” Prince cited a “well-placed source” in the New York Police Department,

          According to the police and a plethora of lawsuits,Jeffrey Epstein’s social life involved a pedophile ring of dozens of underage girls, in which he groomed and then loaned out to powerful friends. However, aside from a minor conviction in Florida, which only landed him a mere 13 months, Epstein has emerged remarkably unscathed. New York authorities have never charged him with any crime, and he still drops into his Upper East Side mansion, where women have been photographed coming and going, according to tabloid reports. Epstein’s sex offender registration lists his primary address as St. Thomas.

          The sick underbelly of Epstein’s world was unmasked in March 2005, when the stepmother of one 14-year-old victim phoned police and said a wealthy man had molested her child. She had received a call from the mother of another student, who just happened to overhear her own daughter discussing “how [the victim] had met with a 45-year-old man and had sex with him and was paid for it,” stated in a police report. Around that time, a teacher found $300 in the girl’s purse.

          Detectives in Palm beach went on to find five girls who claimed that Epstein had lured them into a ring of sexual abuse. By the time Epstein signed his plea agreement, the feds had identified over 40 alleged victims. Police noted that Epstein was enlisting his employees and other young women to recruit underage girls, most of whom were underprivileged or from broken homes, for massages at his home. One recruiter told police that Epstein advised her, “The younger, the better.”

          The teens, some as young as 13, were ordered by Epstein to remove their clothes. During the massages, Epstein would masturbate himself and then subsequently molest his victims. That’s according to both lawsuits and police reports. Sometimes, he forced them into intercourse with him or into performing sex acts with an assistant, whom he allegedly bragged of purchasing as a sex slave from her parents in Yugoslavia. Afterward, the victims said, Epstein usually paid them $200 or $300 and as much as $1,000.

          “He’s never denied girls came to the house,” Jack Goldberger, Epstein’s defense attorney, told the Palm Beach Post in July 2006. But Epstein didn’t know the girls’ ages, Goldberger said, and took a polygraph test to prove it. “He passed on knowledge of age,” the lawyer said.

          In court filings responding to victims’ lawsuits, Epstein stated that each teenager “consented to, and was a willing participant in the acts alleged” and that he “reasonably believed” they were 18 years old during the “alleged acts.” Epstein was eventually allowed to walk free with barely more than a slap on the wrist, even after Florida cops took their case from state prosecutors to the FBI and U.S. attorney’s office.

The Obama administration has a history of covering up pedophilia: