Jeffrey Epstein Met With Prominent Figures After 2008 Guilty Plea, Including Noam Chomsky and William Burns
Author: Deborah Ross / 2023-05-01 08:37:30It has been revealed that several well-known individuals met with or scheduled meetings with Jeffrey Epstein after his 2008 guilty plea on charges of soliciting prostitution of a minor. The names included in the report are Noam Chomsky, Kathryn Ruemmler, William Burns, Leon Botstein, Ariane de Rothschild, and Joshua Cooper Ramo.
Jeffrey Epstein, a financier, was accused of sexually abusing teenage girls in 2006, but he was given a lenient plea deal by then US Attorney Alex Acosta. After his guilty plea, several prominent figures still interacted with Epstein, leading to questions about their motivations and what they knew about Epstein's actions.
Noam Chomsky, a political activist, Kathryn Ruemmler, a former Obama White House counsel, and William Burns, the current director of the CIA, are among those who met with Epstein. However, the purpose of these meetings remains unknown.
It's important to note that these names do not appear in Epstein's previously released 'Black Book' of phone numbers of his acquaintances. This raises questions about whether or not these individuals were aware of Epstein's crimes.
The question remains, should these individuals be criticized for holding meetings or scheduling meetings with Epstein after his guilty plea? And if so, to what degree? Additionally, what about the names in Epstein's black book? Should they be chastised without evidence of wrongdoing?
These are complex questions that require careful consideration. However, it is clear that the actions of Epstein and those associated with him have caused immense harm to the victims of his abuse. As the investigation into Epstein's actions continues, it is important for individuals to examine their own actions and consider the potential consequences of their associations.
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