Jeffrey Epstein Victims Send Scathing Letters To JPMorgan CEOs Claiming They Enabled Him

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It has been almost four years since Jeffrey Epstein was sent to jail where he allegedly died by suicide.

It’s been 18 months since close Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted and sent to prison for her role in the deceased financier’s sex trafficking operation.

In that time, not a single other person has been charged with any crimes related to Epstein and Maxwell’s illegal affairs.

Numerous names have been reported to have close ties to Jeffrey Epstein during his sex trafficking days including a former Israeli prime minister and a former director of the CIA, as well as President Donald Trump and President Bill Clinton.

Supposedly, an address book containing hundreds of names, including celebrities and politicians, exists, but has not been made public.

Additionally, a cache of secret videos and photos was found by Jeffrey Epstein’s estate. There was talk of those tapes sparking a FBI investigation, but so far nothing has come of it.

One person who has not gone completely unscathed is JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, who is the defendant in two civil lawsuits that claim that the bank ignored warnings that Jeffrey Epstein was trafficking teenage girls for sex while at the same time profiting from his relationship with Epstein.

Dimon was questioned under oath last week and testified that he claimed that he could not recall receiving any letters from Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, warning him about the convicted pedophile.

One of those letters, reviewed by The Daily Beast, read…

“Dear Jamie Dimon,” the victim, who was still in high school when Epstein got his hooks in her, wrote. “I cannot begin to explain how Epstein has consumed my life. I cannot make you see, force you to feel or even request that you show compassion to all the survivors.”

“I don’t understand how so many people, colleagues, knew what was going on, or had evidence and information that could have helped us, and chose not to speak up,” she continued, before referring to a past smear campaign launched by Epstein’s legal team to discredit victims and help him avoid federal charges in 2008. “Why did we all get picked apart publicly when the reality is you and many more knew something and didn’t speak up?!”

“I may not be as smart as you, but we should at least agree that the information you withheld has hurt me and many others,” Robson wrote. “Everyone makes mistakes and has regrets. If you are a good human you will just admit to making a mistake and be the first to try to do what is right to end this chapter on a positive note for all of us.”

Another Jeffrey Epstein victim, Courtney Wild, who was just 14-years-old when she was abused by Epstein, also wrote a letter to Mary Erdoes, the Chief Executive Officer of JP Morgan Asset & Wealth Management.

In her letter, she wrote, “JP Morgan was Epstein’s right hand in allowing him to become the most abusive sex offender in history.

“Yet, rather than acknowledging a wrong doing, accepting responsibility, making an apology to all of us, and doing what is right, I understand that JP Morgan has unleashed an army of lawyers to torture the victims who brought the cases and put them through even more pain and suffering,” she continued. “Does nobody at JP Morgan have a conscience?”

Interestingly, Erdoes was asked by a lawyer during her deposition, “Based on what you know now, do you believe that Mr. Jeffrey Epstein was, in fact, involved in sex or child trafficking during the period 2006 through 2013?”

Her reply? “I don’t know what to believe.”

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