Reports indicate that a bronze-like statue of Epstein – it actually turned out to be a painted mannequin – suddenly appeared in front of the old city hall, along with a plaque detailing some of Epstein's life.
The statue seems to have come out of nowhere, and nobody knows who placed it there. It has since been removed from the premises after being photographed by people who spotted it before it was carted off to the trash.
"Jeffrey (January 20, 1953 – August 10, 2019) was an American Financier, who started as a teacher and worked his way up from a low level assistant to being one of the top financial advisers in the U.S.A.," the plaque read, full of punctuation errors.
"He had a home in New Mexico, Zorro Ranch. He was also a rapist who died in prison," it went on to state.
Below this inscription was a detailed list of Epstein's many court cases, including the most recent case of Jane Doe v. Maxwell and Epstein's estate. Maxwell, of course, refers to Ghislaine Maxwell, who is now said to be in police custody after having been linked to Epstein's pedophile activities.
"Generously provided to Bernalillo County by The Antlion Entertainment 'Art' Collective," were the last words printed at the bottom of the plaque.
The statue and placard both disappeared before local news crews arrived at the scene, which was mostly back to normal following their removal. Officials initially said they did not know who placed these items there, or why, especially since the whole thing seemed to come out of left field.
"There's a lot of mystery," said Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, adding that "this doesn't even make any sense."
City officials indicated early on that they were investigating how the statue and plaque got onto city property.
Meanwhile, Maxwell has been moved to a New York prison while investigators look into her charges, which include recruiting women and girls, some as young as 14, to be sexual playthings for Epstein and his associates.
Maxwell, Epstein's former "girlfriend," was first apprehended at her million-dollar estate in New Hampshire. She now faces multiple charges, including that she helped lure underage girls to engage in illegal sexual acts with Epstein between the years of 1994 and 1997.
Was the mysterious appearance of the Epstein statue in any way related to Maxwell's arrest, which occurred almost immediately afterwards? Or is it all just one big coincidence?
It would seem as though someone in the know put up the Epstein statue in anticipation of Maxwell's arrest, which brings this massive criminal operation one step closer to justice.
The Antlion Entertainment Art Collective (AEAC) does, in fact, exist, and eventually took credit for the statue while speaking to local media. The supposed purpose of the statue was to make a political statement, as well as to warn the next generation of youth that sexual predators are out there looking for them.
"We think we need an Epstein statue in every school because otherwise how are students even going to learn they even existed?" a member of AEAC told KRQE-TV, though this individual did not mention Maxwell.
"You know those who don't remember history are doomed to repeat it, and so if we don't have statues of Epstein up, how can we prevent predatory behavior."
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