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Jeffrey Epstein offers to live under house arrest at his $77M mansion with armed guards, electronic monitor and sizable bond if released on bail, while urging court not to discriminate because he's rich
Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers submitted a letter to Judge Richard Berman on Thursday stating their client would agree to 14 conditions if released on bail
These include house arrest at his NYC mansion, wearing an electronic monitor, installing security cameras and hiring armed guards
He also agreed to pay a bond in 'an amount set by the court after reviewing additional information regarding Mr. Epstein’s finances'
Epstein, 66, would be placing himself in the same residence where police seized hundreds of pieces of evidence less than a week ago
By CHRIS SPARGO FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 13:32 EDT, 11 July 2019 | UPDATED: 15:03 EDT, 11 July 2019


Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein informed Judge Richard M Berman that their client would agree to house arrest at his $77 million Manhattan mansion if released on bail ahead of his trial.

That was one of 14 conditions spelled out in the letter, which the defense was ordered to submit by noon ahead of Judge Berman's ruling on Monday.

Epstein's lawyers said that their client would also install surveillance cameras inside and outside the mansion, wear electronic monitoring with a global positioning system,' and have no one 'enter the residence, other than Mr. Epstein and his attorneys.'

There was no mention of whom he could contact on his phone however, and while he agreed to a bond it has long been difficult to assess his net worth.

The lawyers stated that the bond would be in 'an amount set by the court after reviewing additional information regarding Mr. Epstein’s finances, which Mr. Epstein will seek the court’s permission to provide via sealed supplemental disclosure.'

It was also noted: 'Mr. Epstein stands ready and willing to pay for 24-hour armed guards should the Court deem it necessary or appropriate.'

Epstein would report daily to pretrial services on the phone, have a trustee or trustees move into his mansion to monitor him and deregister all vehicles and ground his jet.

Federal prosecutors will have a chance to respond to this filing on Friday, and in a previously filed bail memorandum asked that Epstein be kept behind bars ahead of his trial.

That filing will no doubt point out that the mansion that Epstein is asking to be remanded ahead of his trial is the same residence where agents seized hundreds of pieces of evidence in the case just last weekend.

Epstein remains at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Manhattan, the same facility that is currently housing the Mexican drug lord El Chapo.

Judge Berman will make his ruling on Monday.

'In essence, the government seeks to remand a self-made New York native and lifelong American resident based on dated allegations for which he was already convicted and punished – conduct the relitigation of which is barred by a prior federal nonprosecution agreement,' wrote Epstein's lawyer Reid Weingarten in his submission.

'The government makes this drastic demand even though Mr. Epstein has never once attempted to flee the United States – despite a Florida federal judge’s stated belief that he could void the NPA in appropriate circumstances, possibly threatening new charges there, and notwithstanding legally erroneous government assertions in ancillary litigation that Mr. Epstein was subject to potential prosecution in other federal judicial districts, including this one specifically.'

The letter also praises Epstein's rise to riches from humble beginnings, while stressing his inability to speak any foreign languages.

'Mr. Epstein, 66, is a U.S. citizen who’s lived his entire life in this country. Born and bred in Coney Island, he worked his way up from humble origins – his father was a New York City municipal employee in the Parks Department – and earned every penny he’s made with nothing more than a high school diploma,' stated Weingarten at one point.

'He speaks only English and knows no other languages. He owns no foreign businesses and holds no foreign bank accounts. Five of the six residences he maintains are located here in America. His brother, niece, and nephew all live here too.'

The federal court filing also references Epstein's status as a sex offender in the Virgin Islands, where he has received the lowest assignation, as opposed to the state of New York, where he is at the highest level.

'The defense respectfully suggests that Mr. Epstein’s Virgin Islands designation is more consistent with the circumstances of the actual offenses for which he was convicted, and certainly more consistent with the predictive factor of whether there is a danger of recidivism which the defense contends there is not,' reads the filing.

Epstein entered a not guilty plea on Monday just hours after it was revealed that an 'extraordinary volume of photographs of nude and partially-nude young women or girls' was discovered by agents over the weekend during their search of Epstein's Manhattan mansion.

Federal prosecutors detailed some of the other evidence discovered inside the home in the bail memorandum, which requests that Epstein remain in prison ahead of trial.

That listed 'documents and other materials, such as contemporaneous notes, messages recovered from the defendant’s residence that include names and contact information for certain victims, and call records that confirm the defendant and his agents were repeatedly in contact with various victims during the charged period. '

Meanwhile, the search uncovered 'at least hundreds—and perhaps thousands—of sexually suggestive photographs of fully- or partially nude females.'

A number of those photographs 'appear to be of underage girls, including at least one girl who, according to her counsel, was underage at the time the relevant photographs were taken.'

It is also noted that some photos were discovered in a locked safe, where agents 'also found compact discs with hand-written labels including the following: "Young [Name] + [Name]," "Misc nudes 1," and "Girl pics nude."'

The indictment against the billionaire pedophile was unsealed on Monday morning, and states that Epstein 'enticed and recruited, and caused to be enticed and recruited, minor girls at his mansion in Manhattan and his estate in Palm Beach to engage in sex acts with him.'

There were dozens of these underage girls according to the indictment, who would receive hundreds of dollars after being forced into sex acts or, as the indictment states, finding others to engage ins ex acts with Epstein.

'Moreover, in order to maintain and increase his supply of victims, Epstein also paid certain of his victims to recruit additional girls to be similarly abused by Epstein, reads the court filing.

'In this way, Epstein created a vast network of underage victims for him to sexually exploit.'

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Then acting FBI director, Mueller, told then acting prosecutor, Acosta, that Epstein was a CIA/Mossad asset above his pay grade and to lay off him -->

http://impiousdigest.com/was-pedophi...-muellers-fbi/

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Did these girls think they were being invited to fly on a private jet to a private island for cake and ice cream?? They surely had an idea what was expected of thembut went anyway. What about their parents, did the benefit financially for letting their daughters go to a sgl mans party?? CHARLIE.
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