Epstein & Mossad?

Was Epstein an agent for “Intelligence” Agencies, in particular the C.I.A. and / or Mossad?

Interesting connections in that his lady “recruiter” was the daughter of a known agent. I also know that the Mossad recruits family of former agents via a personal acquaintance so it isn’t an unusual idea.

It would explain things like his “sweetheart deals” and why nobody took on his operation. It would also explain why it was so easy for him to be suicided without any evidence left behind.

I first ran into this thesis on a Kim Iverson video. She has a lot of history and global perspective on connections. 28 minutes:

Then this somewhat more detailed version showed up. An interview with Whitney Webb as she describes connections she has found. I’ve not gone to her site / publications to find out all the details she has dug up; but it looks like she has done a lot of work on this. 16 minutes

To the extent Epstein really is connected to Agencies and the Deep State Apparatus, we will never know what the truth is.

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11 Responses to Epstein & Mossad?

  1. Hal says:

    My question is: Is he really dead? I expect zero transparency from the FBI/DOJ cabal.
    Fingerprints and DNA would easily verify this, but with the CIA background there is no-one to trust.

  2. E.M.Smith says:

    There was one report of broken neck bones and in particular the hyoid which is usually an indicator of strangulation.

    Given that he didn’t have the requisite 6 or so feet of fall to snap the neck…

    So I guess it really does just come down to:

    1) Disposable asset who got disposed in place.

    2) Ranking asset who has a new life starting in a suburb of Tel Aviv… and some random similar looking drug dealer from Argentina is about to get a great funeral…

  3. pinroot says:

    Just my $0.02, but I think he’s actually dead. It would be much easier to just kill him. The logistics of finding a look-alike (dead or alive) and then smuggling the look-alike in and smuggling Epstein out would seem to make it just less hassle to just kill him. Plus, if he was some type of intelligence asset, his cover is definitely blown. Why go through the hassle of creating a new identity for him and relocating him? He (like most people) would be a creature of habit, and his habits included high finance and young girls. He would eventually call attention to himself. He was literally the man who knew too much and a loose end that needed taking care of. Occam’s razor and all that.

    Apparently his friend, Ms. Maxwell, was recently spotted in LA. It seems like she would be another loose end…

  4. E.M.Smith says:


    It will likely depend on the nature of the affiliation. “Assets” are expendable. “Agents”, well, you try to make sure to get them safely back and free. Makes it hard to recruit and retain staff if they keep seeing classmates thrown under the bus…

    I’d guess the calculus was that he was “old enough” that the remaining years were not that much to lose, and had distinctive enough features to make it hard to a) get a double and b) relocate him. So yeah, I generally agree a “terminate in place” is most likely. I’m also pretty sure he was more asset than agent.

    But the alternative is not entirely out of the question.

    From your link:

    Maxwell, 57, the alleged madam to the multimillionaire pedophile, was scarfing down a burger, fries and shake al fresco at an In-N-Out Burger on Monday while reading “The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,” a nonfiction best-seller by journalist Ted Gup.

    I wonder if she was pondering her future? Or wondering about Epstein…

    Someone needs to see if a new star goes up on the wall at Langley ;-)

  5. pinroot says:

    I agree with your assessment of agent vs asset, I hadn’t thought of it from that perspective. I think that he was more of an asset than agent, but apparently he thought he was an agent. I keep wondering about any ‘dead man switch’ that might have been out there. You would think that someone that (supposedly) had that much dirt on people would have something in place to release incriminating info on people if anything happened to him. And where is all that money that he ‘controlled’ going to end up? There are still a lot of loose ends,

    As high profile as Ms Maxwell has to be, and considering all that has happened recently, to be seen sitting outside a burger place in LA reading THAT book… well, I just have to wonder if she isn’t sending some type of message to someone.

    The sad thing is, so many ‘normies’ I know seriously do not believe the ‘official’ story. My wife, who usually totally accepts the ‘official’ story, has actually questioned it. She doesn’t believe he committed suicide. She usually accepts what she’s told by the powers that be. But not this time. It really surprised me.

    But the really scary thing to me is that they got rid of him in such an obvious way even though everyone knows that it’s BS, They could have poisoned him, with a poison that mimics a heart attack, or some other way that would look more believable. I really think they chose this ‘suicide’ as a way of rubbing it in our faces because they know that nothing will happen and they’ll get away with it like they always do.

    Well, that’s enough conspiracy theorizing for one evening…. )

  6. Larry Ledwick says:

    For what it is worth.

  7. Power Grab says:

    I’ve been too busy to dig very deeply into intriguing speculations, but something I saw said that he had a DNA database and was trying to spread his genes around the world.

  8. H.R. says:

    @pinroot: Yeah, this is different from the ‘2nd shooter on the grassy knoll’ (Kennedy assassination) or ‘the moon landing was faked’ conspiracy theories.

    There are just too many coincidences of things that needed to go wrong and also the fact that all this amazing string of foul-ups just so happened to occur for an extremely high value prisoner.

    This one is going to be hard to stuff down the memory hole.

  9. pinroot says:

    @H.R. I’m half expecting another mass shooting event to get Epstein out of the news cycle, although I hope that doesn’t happen.

  10. David A says:

    If Epstein was in the IC, his value was blackmail. ( likely his trade was blackmail either way) If that was his specialty, then I cannot fathom him not having several very effective dead man switches.

    As such without proof of death, dead he ain’t.

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