Explosive new court documents have exposed links between former President Barack Obama and deceased child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
The connection was revealed in court records made public by the Southern District of New York this week.
According to the documents, Epstein acted as a “middleman” between an attorney for Obama’s White House and America’s largest bank, JPMorgan Chase.
JP Morgan and its executives have been at the center of a legal battle over allegations that the bank facilitated Epsteib’s child sex trafficking operation.
In 2019, Epstein introduced JPMorgan Chase execs to Kathryn Ruemmler, an attorney for the Obama White House.
The bank was contacted by Epstein’s financial assistant, who suggested Ruemmler as a client.
Despite having previously dropped Epstein as a client because of “red flags,” the bank accepted his recommendation.
After serving as Obama’s longest-serving White House general counsel, Ruemmler later went on to take the position of general counsel at Goldman Sachs.
The report was released in response to a lawsuit filed by the government of the U.S. Virgin Islands against JPMorgan.
The lawsuit alleges the bank was aiding Epstein in the sex trafficking of minors to the Virgin Islands.
The court documents claim JPMorgan processed many wire transfers from Epstein to several women and allege the bank failed to adequately investigate the Democrat insider’s dubious past.
Just last month, the bank settled a legal dispute in the Southern District of New York.
JPMorgan was forced into paying Epstein’s victims $290 million because the bank had covered up the billionaire’s sexual abuse.
The U.S. Virgin Islands government allegedly assisted Epstein’s trafficking network, according to JPMorgan’s defense.
Denise George, the Virgin Islands AG leading the investigation of Jeffrey Epstein was suddenly fired by the governor in Dec.
Now she says under oath that Epstein had “political influence over or with the governor,” who pressured her to exempt Epstein from a sex offender law. pic.twitter.com/jKXwexeopg
— Lee Fang (@lhfang) August 16, 2023
The lawsuit claims that the well-connected financier offered money and favors in exchange for immunity to high-ranking Virgin Islands government officials.
After being abruptly fired in December 2022, the Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George admitted under testimony that Epstein had “political influence over or with the governor” of the Caribbean territory.