We have certainly heard a great deal about the late Jeffrey Epstein.
According to reports, the Florida judge who authorized the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s residence represented Epstein’s staff in court.
Bruce Reinhart represented a number of Epstein workers prior to authorizing the ‘unannounced’ search of Trump’s Mar a Lago residence.
Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in jail last month; when she is eligible for parole, she will likely be in her 80s. Efforts are being made to determine who Epstein’s customers were, as he was her lover and coworker.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is at the front of this struggle.
“You know what else would be very good committee hearings? Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure. Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with.”
You know what else would be very good committee hearings?
Investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s friends who enjoyed the hard work of this madam, who handed over minors to powerful men for sexual pleasure.
Maxwell named the Clinton Foundation as an organization she worked with. pic.twitter.com/EEnmKzemHL
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) June 28, 2022
Of course, there are also inexplicable deaths among Epstein’s former employees. One more can be added to the list.
The Daily Mail reports that Steven Hoffenberg, an acquaintance of Jeffrey Epstein and former owner of The New York Post, has died at the age of 77.
A worried acquaintance alerted police to the Derby, Connecticut, residence of Hoffenberg yesterday.
They discovered Hoffenberg lying on the bedroom floor.
According to a police source, the reason of his death remains undetermined, but there were no evident traces of damage on his body.
His corpse was so deteriorated that the police believe he was there for at least one week. A medical examiner is now identifying him using his dental records.
The Mail reports that investigators are “very convinced” it is Hoffenberg.
Derby Police will publish an official identification on their Facebook page within the following several days.
In the 1990s, Hoffenberg gained to fame with his scandal-ridden Towers Financial Corp, a company he co-founded with Epstein and through which he defrauded $460 million from 200 victims.
After spending eighteen years in jail, he became friends with Epstein’s victims upon his release.
Interestingly, the first person to accuse Epstein of misbehavior to the police, Maria Farmer, also phoned the police to enquire about Hoffenberg’s safety.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
‘Hoff was one of my dearest friends on earth, more like a father than my own father ever was to me. He lived in kindness, always giving what little he had, never asking for anything.
‘This man was beyond incredible and a dear friend to survivors of Epstein… as he was also,’ Maria told reporters.
“Hoffenberg is a colorful New York character who is best known for trying to ‘save‘ The New York Post from bankruptcy in the early 1990s, and for his ill-fated partnership with Epstein,” the outlet continued. CONTINUE READING…