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‘Hundreds of People’ Could Be Named in Epstein-Related Documents

There will be an important hearing this week in the Giuffre v. Maxwell case, which is a defamation suit filed by Jeffrey Epstein’s victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre against his ex-girlfriend and associate Ghislaine Maxwell. The case resulted in the unsealing of about 2,000 documents that were released the night before Jeffrey Epstein died, and represent only a small fraction of the total documents related to the case. The hearing will take place on September 4th at 9:00 AM EST and will decide how to proceed with the rest of the documents.

This case will be one of the best opportunities to learn more about Jeffrey Epstein’s potential co-conspirators, like Ghislaine Maxwell. According to Bloomberg News, there is currently an anonymous man who is urging a New York Judge to permanently seal the documents from this defamation lawsuit. The anonymous man’s lawyers claim that the release of these documents will violate the privacy of people not involved in the lawsuit, saying “it is clear that these materials implicate the privacy and reputational interests of many persons other than the two primary parties to this action, Giuffre, and Maxwell.”

The Epstein case lives as there is a hearing this week in a New York court on whether to unseal more records. The real opportunity is to get as much information about the conspirators as well. Although Epstein is supposedly dead there is a mountain of documents out there that can implicate many others into the entire matter.

There is no way that Epstein could have pulled off this whole scheme on his own without the direct assistance of many others…