12 Jeffrey Epstein victims file lawsuit against FBI over its failure to investigate complaints lodged against the pedophile as early as 1996
By Richard Brown // Feb 21, 2024

A group of 12 victims of the late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), accusing the agency of inadequately investigating the notorious sex offender.

The plaintiffs claim that over two decades, the FBI failed to act on reports about Epstein's activities, resulting in the victims being subjected to trafficking, abuse, rape, torture and threats. (Related: PEDO BLACKMAIL: Biden regime HIDING EVIDENCE implicating Jeffrey Epstein, intelligence agencies in CHILD ABUSE activities.)

The lawsuit, filed in a federal court in New York by 12 women identified as anonymous Jane Does, alleges that the FBI allowed Epstein to sex traffic and sexually abuse children and young women by neglecting its responsibilities. The complaint seeks to unravel the FBI's role in Epstein's criminal sex trafficking ring.

This lawsuit comes following the unearthing of evidence strongly indicating that Epstein's pedophilia and sex trafficking crimes were being conducted decades before his final incarceration and supposed suicide.

"For over two decades, the [FBI] permitted Jeffrey Epstein to sex traffic and sexually abuse scores of children and young women by failing to do the job the American people expected of it," the complaint alleges. "As a result of the continued failures of the FBI, Jane Does 1-12 bring the lawsuit to get to the bottom – once and for all – of the FBI's role in Epstein's criminal sex trafficking ring."

FBI ignored Epstein victims who spoke out for decades

According to the lawsuit, the FBI received tips, reports and complaints about Epstein's alleged trafficking and abuse of minors starting in 1996 but did not initiate a case or share the information with other law enforcement agencies until 2006.

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This was two years before Epstein pleaded guilty to a child prostitution charge in Florida under a controversial plea deal, which saw him register as a sex offender and serve 13 months on supervised release.

Despite Epstein's conviction and the multitude of other sex trafficking charges he evaded, the FBI allegedly continued to disregard tips over the next decade. The lawsuit claims that the FBI's negligence directly contributed to the ongoing sex trafficking, abuse, rape, torture and threats against the plaintiffs.

Epstein was arrested in 2019 on charges of trafficking dozens of minors and died in a Manhattan jail cell awaiting trial, officially ruled as suicide. His associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for child sex trafficking in 2022.

Testimonies from victims revealed that Epstein and Maxwell recruited girls to perform sexual acts on themselves and associates, instructing them to recruit additional victims. Among those accused of abusing the girls was Britain's Prince Andrew, who settled out of court with an accuser in 2022.

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit seek unspecified compensation and damages from the U.S. government. The FBI has faced accusations of negligence in handling the Epstein case, prompting an internal investigation promised by agency Director Christopher Wray during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last December.

Learn more about the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein at Epstein.news.

Watch this video from InfoWars discussing the many notable personalities and influential figures whose names appeared on the Epstein list.

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