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Epstein documents – and the real story

The real story is not the incrimination of any celebrities surrounding Jeffrey Epstein, but the attempted theft or destruction of information.

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Yesterday afternoon, the second tranche of documents came out in the case of Giuffre v. Maxwell. These consists of exhibits, including trial transcripts, describing the activities and associations of Jeffrey Epstein. But although the court released the second tranche, already it has ordered striking and refiling of five documents from the first. The refiled documents display redactions of contact and other “personally identifiable information.” But all this could be a distraction – because the real story is that Jeffrey Epstein was never the prime mover. Someone else was, and that someone ordered his death.

The latest Epstein tranche

To review, Virginia Roberts Giuffre sued Ghislaine Maxwell, girlfriend and chief procuress for Jeffrey Epstein, in 2015. She sued after the sex offender and purveyor to the powerful all but skated on his activities. These involved minor girls transported for immoral purposes, in violation of the Mann Act. But no one ever charged him with this, and in fact he received “kid gloves” treatment in his first criminal case. Accordingly, several of his victims, including Giuffre, sued to recover at least some damages. is still having difficulty processing all the requests for information. This is adversely affecting some of their services. (For example, a RECAP Archive search is not always available; attempts to do so sometimes produce a technical-difficulty page.) But CNAV has docket page, complaint, motion-to-unseal, order, and notice-of-documents links.

The following documents appear in the case docket, after the first tranche (Document 1320):

1321: letter asking for unsealing of Document 1026-3, which remains under seal.


1322: notice and refiling of Attachment 40 from Document 1320.

1323: letter from Alan Dershowitz’ attorney also asking to unseal Doc. 1026-3.

1324: order to strike Attachments 13, 14, 15, 39, and 40 and refile them.

1325: notice for the latest tranche, and attachments 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. (See also this article by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit.)

1326: notice and refiling of Attachments 13, 14, 15 and 39.


Latest reaction

Yesterday afternoon, Christina Laila of The Gateway Pundit reported a spotting of former President Bill Clinton – in Mexico. The Mayor of San Miguel de Allende (SAAHN mih-GELL deh ah-YEN-day) saluted him in this X post.

Shortly after the release of Document 1325, Ms. Laila reported some fresh insights. From her review, she says:

  • A “Jane Doe 3,” underage, complained that Epstein trafficked her to “prominent American politicians.” He did this for blackmail purposes and to “ingratiate himself” to advance his other business interests.
  • The second set contained more damaging information against HRH Prince Andrew Duke of York.
  • Epstein and Maxwell forced another minor teen to recruit for them.

In addition, Cullen Linebarger revealed that Bill Clinton once “stormed” into the offices of Vanity Fair to demand their silence. (See Attachment 2.) This, according to The Daily Mail.

I have reports here about you, your husband – I have everything under the sun that was sent to me by people who want to be helpful. Bill Clinton, to Vicky Ward, journalist for Vanity Fair

But Anthony Scott produced the strangest report of all. He quotes Megyn Kelly as saying the world would hear from Jeffrey Epstein again.

We’re not done with Jeffrey Epstein. I can tell you that for a fact. Can’t tell you how I know, but I can tell you for a fact…. We’re gonna hear a lot more about Jeffrey Epstein in the coming year… and you may even be hearing from him directly. More on that, as I’m allowed to tell it. Megyn Kelly

Does that mean a voice recording of Epstein giving a deposition now exists, waiting for someone to find it? Or did the warden of the New York Metropolitan Correction Center, on orders from Attorney General Barr, have someone murder a look-alike inmate, substitute him for Epstein in his cell, and secretly remove Epstein to a Deep Underground Military Bunker or something of that kind? Stay tuned!


A break-in at an Epstein fixer’s office

At 11:20 a.m. EST, Christine Laila made another report, this one quoting Los Angeles magazine. Sitrick and Company handles “crisis public relations” for many elite clients, Jeffrey Epstein among them. In short, they are “fixers,” as the magazine’s headline calls them. A team of professional burglars – or special intelligence operatives – broke into the offices of Sitrick and Company, and stole several client and server computers. (In information parlance, a server stores information for an entire office suite. A client sits on a user’s desk and handles actual creation of letters, presentations, and other documents.) The problem: this break-in occurred hours before the release of Document 1320 and its forty attachments.

Michael Sitrick, head of the firm, gave an interview to the magazine. He cagily denied that the break-in was anything but coincidental. Then, perhaps more to assure his firm’s clients than for any other purpose, he said:

His San Vicente Boulevard offices had no information on Jeffrey Epstein, nor “any compromising information about any of his clients.”

The office building had several other business offices, all of which also suffered breaking-and-entering and theft that night.

Every lost computer carried protection with passwords and two-factor authentication. (Anyone who has had to have an online firm text him an access code in addition to requiring his password, knows what two-factor authentication is.) The firm also has encrypted all files.


The Fleming Test

Any regular reader will expect this statement: that account doesn’t pass the Fleming Test.

Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, and the third time it’s enemy action. Ian Fleming

Several points will suffice:

  1. Michael Sitrick is a “fixer.” So he’s had plenty of practice in delivering comforting “spin.” As Bill O’Reilly (or the YouTube influencer Diktor van Doomcock) would say: treat anything Michael Sitrick says as an unverified personal defense, and take it with a grain of salt.
  2. We have only his word that his office had “no information on Jeffrey Epstein.”
  3. Furthermore, we have only his word that neighboring offices in the building also suffered burglaries. The Los Angeles Police Department won’t say. And even if anyone else did suffer a burglary: if the burglars are who CNAV suspects they are, they would certainly burglarize other offices – as cover.
  4. Any off-the-shelf computer system has a “back door.” Sitrick didn’t even say anything about having “white-boxed” his information systems (that is, built his own servers). And again: if the thieves are who CNAV suspects they are, don’t assume any information system is safe from them.
  5. This is a scene straight out of a Hollywood movie. The Purveyor to the Powerful dies nastily in a prison cell – in a prison one step below Maximum Security. (And with malfunctioning surveillance cameras, to boot.) Every time a court releases sensitive records about him or his clients, something untoward happens. Add to it: this break-in recalls the Watergate break-in, or the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist.

The real conspiracy

So who are the real conspirators, who probably murdered Jeffrey Epstein, covered up his manner of death, had him arrested to begin with, and just possibly broke into the offices of the premier Hollywood “fixer” and made off with physical servers? (And unauthorized access to data might not even be the objective. Even if it is, the thieves would have a secondary objective: malicious destruction of data. This is a real 18 U.S.C. § 1512 case.)

Many influencers, like “Jeremy at The Quartering,” suspect the Bill Clinton machine, or perhaps His Majesty’s Secret Service. But remember: Michael Cernovich, who fought so long for the unsealing, knows that Epstein was an FBI asset.

He actually is an asset of something bigger than the FBI, because now it includes the FBI. (Maybe it always did.) It’s also bigger than Bill Clinton. It is an interlocking elite bent on capturing all of humanity into one State to rule the world.

And like Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein was a tool. He “got dirt” on the enemies of the One-world State – and what he couldn’t find, he created. The Oldest Profession has always been a blackmail factory, and that goes double when the “professionals” are underage. Then when he became a liability, the One-world State gave orders for his summary execution. Josef Stalin did the same to his rival, Leon Trotsky. Not that the two didn’t deserve each other – but still.



The most important lesson of the Epstein Files isn’t the incrimination of Bill Clinton, or the exoneration of Donald Trump. It is the reaction to their release. Possibly the most important news to break in the last twenty-four hours was the break-in and burglary at the offices of Sitrick and Company. Or, it was: at time of preparation, Judge Loretta Peska has released Document 1328 – the third tranche – with forty-four attachments. The influencer Techno-Fog revealed that this third tranche reveals the removal of computers from Epstein’s mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, before the FBI could search it.

This last thread drops several more celebrated names. Donald Trump curiously turns up as having come to Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion and taken meals, not with honored guests, but with household staff. That’s the only mention he bears. More seriously, Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleges that Epstein trafficked her to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak. (He was “former” even before that encounter.)

All of which to say: these revelations are “small potatoes.” Furthermore, redactions appear everywhere, and we don’t know how important the blacked-out names might be. Again, the removal of the computers is the important part. Someone, even then, was protecting highly sensitive information, and no doubt still is. (Michael Cernovich mentioned a missing house safe.)

The Donald Trump mentions are red herrings. Perhaps the One-world State knew even then that Trump would be a threat to them. As ever, stay tuned.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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