Way before anyone knew Jeffrey Epstein had an inclination towards exploiting underage women, The Harvard Crimson ran a headline in 2003 detailing how good of a guy he was.
The article goes on to link Epstein to quite a few movers and shakers, including then-president of Harvard and eventual Secretary of US Treasury Larry Summers, also noting that Epstein was member of the Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations.
Harvard’s professor of evolutionary dynamics and mathematical biology, Martin A. Nowak, called Epstein “one of the most pleasant philanthropists” and others have said he seemed to have a crowd of “eminent friends that includes princes, presidents and Nobel Prize winners.”
One of said crowd was Alan Dershowitz, Professor of Law in Frankfurt at the time.
Past December, Alan told Axios’ Jonathan Swan that he received “a massage at Epstein’s Palm Beach home, adding that the woman who provided it was of legal age”, describing her as “an old old Russian.”
Virginia Roberts, one of Epstein’s accusers, disputes Dershowitz’s story, adding that there was more than just a “therapeutic” massage session; according to Virginia, Dershowitz was one of the people who had sex with her as a minor.
Could it be that Epstein pimped out young girls when he lounged with other members of the Trilateral Commission and the CFR in a blackmail scheme to keep these potentially dangerous people in lockstep with the globalist agenda?