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AG Barr Raids Epstein’s Island, Seize Hard Drives, Computers Disappear According To Unsubstantiated Reports, But The What Happened To The Safe And It’s Contents?


Opinion, Speculation & Analysis: | According to CNBC, computers were seized from the Virgin Island home of deceased financial adviser/accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Footage was captured by a drone flying above the scene.

According to CNBC, “The footage reviewed by NBC News shows that at least two computer desktops and an Apple computer were packaged and marked to be taken away from Little St. James island as part of the FBI probe. On Monday, around the time the raid of that 70-acre island began, Attorney General William Barr vowed in a speech that the investigation into Epstein’s alleged conduct would continue.”

“Any co-conspirators should not rest easy,” the Attorney General said. “The victims deserve justice and they will get it.”


Take a look at the footage:

Summit News reported, however, that an aerial drone caught footage including at least one computer that was removed from Epstein’s compound prior to the arrival of the FBI. According to Summit, important electronics equipment were taken from Epstein’s home before the FBI raided the island. [It is important to note that these allegations have not been verified, we are merely reporting on what is being reported.  If we are proven to be incorrect we will update this article as soon a we learn otherwise. ]

Did the computers disappear, or is this a misunderstanding, if the computer is missing … where did the computer go?

More importantly, what happened to the safe on the island that Epstein would not let anyone near?

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About Jack Crane

Jack Crane has been a writer and journalist for over 17 years. He has volunteered around the world with humanitarian projects and has several books and memoirs partially written, and hopes to finish them all some day.

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