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Pam Martens, a seasoned investigative reporter from Wall Street on Parade, stands alone in her comprehensive coverage of a story that carries immense significance for those who advocate for justice within the child sex trafficking industry. After an extensive search through both mainstream Corporate News and Alternative News feeds, it became apparent that Martens was the sole journalist to delve into the depths of this matter.
In the midst of reports by Corporate News outlets, which merely touched on the $290 million settlement reached between JPMorgan Chase Bank and victims suing the bank for its alleged role in funding Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking network, Martens took a divergent approach. Rather than merely parroting existing narratives, she proactively obtained a copy of a “petition to appeal” the settlement, filed by Chase Bank’s legal team.
The appeal itself is remarkable, as Chase Bank’s attorneys not only challenge the settlement, but also propose language that could potentially shield Epstein’s associates from future legal consequences. The proposed language goes so far as to limit the ability of government officials, including State Attorney Generals, to sue Epstein’s associates for crimes committed within their respective states.
Should this appeal succeed, the impact on the victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s abominable child sex trafficking atrocities would be devastating. Their ability to seek legal redress against anyone potentially involved in this heinous crime syndicate would be severely hampered. Astonishingly, this includes a significant number of prominent figures in the United States, including former presidents and current presidential candidates.
In light of these revelations, it becomes increasingly pertinent to question whether any individual holding a position of power in the United States today can be considered untainted by their alleged participation in Jeffrey Epstein’s monstrous child sex trafficking network.