Federal agents raided Jeffrey Epstein’s private island this week and uncovered a “little black book” which contains over 300 plus names.
The information released so far, details that there are thousands of phone numbers and email addresses; one of which is for the new Labour grandee Lord Peter Mandelson – who has ten numbers, including one marked “direct line” one for “home” and another for “country home.”
In addition, to the Lord’s and Ladies, several celebrities were also listed including; Mick Jagger, Tony Blair, and Richard Branson.
The FBI has so far released a 2,000-page dossier regarding the matter. Further, the US has said that regardless of Epstein’s suicide, the investigation will continue and that the co-conspirators should not rest easy.
The allegations against people who are or were in power in Britain include; Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Lord Peter Mandelson, and Prince Andrew.
Within the black book, former Prime Minister Tony Blair is recorded once, while his former cabinet minister Lord Peter Mandelson has ten numbers, including one marked “direct line” one for “home” and another for “country home.”
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There are 16 numbers for Prince Andrew, including a mobile number, one marked “Palace ex-directory,” one for Balmoral, the Queen’s Scottish residence, where the Prince invited Epstein, and one marked “Sand,” for Sandringham, another royal retreat where he spent time.
Epstein also recorded 18 numbers for Prince Andrew’s former wife Sarah Ferguson, who took £15,000 off the pedophile to help pay off her debts.
Federal prosecutors have fully turned their attention to Epstein’s associates, those who allegedly helped him recruit, train and coerce girls, as well as those who received girls.
The document produced by the FBI “entails everybody in the Epstein case. It has some damning things, including about several Brits.”
Yesterday, US Attorney General William Barr stated, regarding the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, that there were serious irregularities at the Federal prison in New York.
Barr said that the criminal case against Epstein was personally important to him and that the financier’s death had denied victims the chance to confront Epstein in a courtroom.
Barr said: “I was appalled – and indeed the whole department was – and frankly angry to learn of the Metropolitan Correctional Center’s failure to secure this prisoner adequately.
“We are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation.”