Want to avoid doing business with a bank that allegedly knew what Jeffrey Epstein and his fellow pedophiles were up to but kept doing business with those sickos regardless of their crimes, even going so far as to (allegedly) help them commit those shocking crimes?
Then you’ll want to avoid Deutsche Bank AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co, both of which are being sued, in separate lawsuits, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York by two anonymous women that allege those banks were involved in “assisting, supporting, facilitating, and otherwise providing the most critical service for the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking organization to successfully rape, sexually assault, and coercively sex traffic.”
In other words, the accusers are claiming that the banks knew what Epstein and his cronies were up to but went ahead with helping him regardless.
Deutsche Bank AG denied the claims, saying “We believe this claim lacks merit and will present our arguments in court.” JP Morgan refused to comment on the lawsuit, according to Fox Business.
The suit against JP Morgan alleges that the bank “provided special treatment to the sex-trafficking venture, thereby ensuring its continued operation and sexual abuse and sex-trafficking of young women and girls.” Continuing, it goes on to claim that “Without the financial institution’s participation, Epstein’s sex trafficking scheme could not have existed.
The second lawsuit claims that when JP Morgan started “separating itself from Epstein”, Deutsche stepped in and “became the bank that Epstein needed to fund his sexual abuse and sex-trafficking operation.”
Making what it alleges Deutsche did all the more clear, the lawsuit then states that:
“Knowing that they would earn millions of dollars from facilitating Epstein’s sex trafficking, and from its relationship with Epstein, Deutsche Bank chose profit over following the law. Specifically, Deutsche Bank chose facilitating a sex trafficking operation in order to churn profits.”
Adding to that, the Deutsche lawsuit also claims that “Without Deutsche Bank’s assistance, Epstein could not have abused or trafficked the dozens of young women he did between 2013 and 2018.”
Fox Business reported that the lawsuits are happening now because of a window for lawsuits regarding sexual assault or other sex crimes that was established by New York for one year, enabling victims to sue regardless of the statute of limitations. In its words:
The lawsuits come amid a one-year window established by New York where the statute of limitation deadlines for sex-crime lawsuits are waived, allowing victims to take legal action on old cases.
So now the banks might finally be held accountable for their (alleged) participation in Jeffrey Epstein’s horrific crimes against children, particularly now that JP Morgan has started virtue signaling by giving Kanye the boot despite having been the bank that provided services to Jeffrey Epstein.
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