FBI Knew About Epstein’s Activities Since 1996 and Did Nothing!

Conservative Roof has reported on a significant development surrounding the notorious Jeffrey Epstein case, as a dozen of his victims have taken a bold step, filing a lawsuit against the U.S. government. The lawsuit alleges that the FBI, the premier law enforcement agency of the country, turned a blind eye to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation, allowing it to flourish for over two decades.

According to The Hill, the victims, whose identities remain undisclosed, assert that the FBI had been aware of Epstein’s criminal behavior as far back as 1996. Shockingly, despite receiving numerous tips, the agency failed to take decisive action, enabling Epstein’s heinous activities to persist unchecked.

The lawsuit highlights a pivotal moment in 2006 when a probe into Epstein’s dealings finally commenced. However, this investigation came to an abrupt halt when Epstein struck a plea deal, pleading guilty to a lesser charge of soliciting prostitution in Florida. Subsequently, he received a lenient sentence of just 18 months in prison, a mere slap on the wrist for the magnitude of his crimes. Tragically, it wasn’t until 2019 when Epstein was arrested again on sex trafficking charges that the full extent of his depravity came to light. However, the saga took a grim turn when Epstein was found dead in his prison cell, officially declared a suicide by hanging.

The lawsuit paints a harrowing picture of the victims’ suffering, alleging that the FBI’s negligence directly facilitated their continued exploitation and trauma. “As a direct and proximate cause of the FBI’s negligence, plaintiffs would not have been continued to be sex trafficked, abused, raped, tortured and threatened,” reads a chilling excerpt from the lawsuit. The victims, identified only as Jane Does 1-12, are demanding accountability, determined to uncover the truth about the FBI’s role in Epstein’s criminal network once and for all.

Furthermore, the lawsuit accuses the FBI of possessing substantial evidence of Epstein’s illicit activities yet failing to pursue further investigation. It alleges that despite having photographs, videos, and testimonies implicating Epstein and his co-conspirators, the FBI chose to look the other way, allowing the exploitation to persist. “The FBI had a non-discretionary obligation, governed by established policies, procedures, rules, and protocols, to handle and investigate tips concerning potential and ongoing underage child erotica, rape, sex with minors, and sex trafficking in a reasonable manner and to act against Epstein and to prevent him from committing repeated crimes,” the complaint asserts.

The victims are seeking justice and reparation, demanding damages from the government for the irreparable harm they have endured. Epstein’s death, shrouded in controversy and suspicion, has only intensified the quest for answers. With prominent figures like Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton linked to Epstein’s sordid affairs, questions loom large over who else might have been implicated had Epstein faced a trial.

The Epstein case remains a stark reminder of the failures within the justice system and the profound impact of institutional negligence on the lives of the vulnerable. As the legal battle unfolds, the victims remain steadfast in their pursuit of accountability, determined to ensure that no one else suffers the same fate at the hands of predators like Epstein.

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