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Former NM Governor Bill Richardson Denies Epstein Sent Underage Girl To Have Sex With Him

Virginia Giuffre, an alleged former sex victim of the late disgraced Jeffrey Epstein, contends that she was sent to meet and have sex with former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, according to court documents released to the public on Friday.

Of course, they all deny it, but the question surfaces, why would Giuffre lie? These men are no longer in office. What would she benefit from using their names?

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Well, now we know why the Epstein case was handled the way it was in Florida and was covered up. I suspect they are going to catch some huge fish.

Everything, in this case, should be unsealed, including every name that was or is named by any girl. That would be so interesting to see then the news people and lawyers would be very busy and having a great time.

Jeffrey Epstein and a friend sent an underage girl to have sex with former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, former U.S. Senator George Mitchell and asset manager Glenn Dubin, she testified in court documents that were made public for the first time Friday — allegations the three deny.

Virginia Giuffre, now an adult, says she was also sent to modeling executive Jean Luc Brunel and the late MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, according to parts of a 2016 deposition she gave. The testimony by Giuffre, who claims she was a “sex slave” for Epstein from 2000 to 2002, expands on her previous allegations, in court filings and tabloids, that she was forced to have sex with the U.K.’s Prince Andrew and Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz. Both men have strenuously denied those allegations.

Epstein, a convicted sex offender, faces new federal criminal charges of sexually trafficking minors. None of the other men were defendants in the settled lawsuit, and they haven’t been accused by authorities. But their appearance in the newly public papers adds to the list of those who could be tarnished by their apparent association with him.

Richardson, in a statement, said he’d never met Giuffre, called the allegations “completely false” and said that during his limited interactions with Epstein he’d never seen him in the presence of underage girls.

I am not saying Richardson is guilty, but, he said he never saw Epstein in the presence of underage girls. How would he know if they were under 18 or just over 18? So if they were over 18, they were OK for their his purpose?

What does this woman, at this point in her life, have to gain, from releasing this testimony or testifying in court about these events. Stature is gone from civil action, so no lawsuits are foreseen. She is like all other victims, tired of the elite getting away with the crimes they’ve committed.

While it is not admissible, it would still be interesting to offer them a polygraph. If they strenuously deny the allegations what do they have to fear? Even if they only serve time in “country club” prisons, I hope that everyone guilty has to give up their freedom for some time.

 

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