from 21st Century Wire:
A screen grab of drone footage, as investigators cover the windows on Little St. James.
The recently deceased Jeffrey Epstein’s secret private island pleasure den, Little St. James, was the target of a Monday morning raid by FBI and other law enforcement officials, according to a report by The Daily Mail:
“A large group of FBI officers were seen disembarking speedboats at the pier of Little St James on Monday morning and driving around on golf carts after the 66-year-old was found dead by suicide in his New York jail cell early on Saturday morning.”
21WIRE first reported back in January 2015 about the ‘bizarre leisure nexus’ of President Bill Clinton, attorney Alan Dershowitz, and international playboy Prince Andrew – all connected by one common thread: purveyor of pleasure and facilitator of fantasies, supposed billionaire Epstein.
In another screen grab of drone footage, a person wearing NYPD gear is seen entering the compound.
As pictures and file footage of the raid began propagating across mainstream media, it was this apparent act of citizen journalism that captured the story in near real time. The video footage below appears to have been shot from an overhead drone while evidence was being collected at the scene.
The just under five-minute video shockingly reveals the very moment that law enforcement officials realized they were being watched – and for good reason, says 21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen:
“What are they looking for? If it’s anything that incriminates heads of state or royals, it won’t see the light of day.”
At this point, it seems almost everyone who has been photographed with Epstein, or logged flight time on his private jet, “The Lolita Express,” all deny knowing him very well. Even Clinton, according to flight manifests, has been placed on Epstein’s private jet – the same jet that shuttled other powerful elites, associates and close friends of old Jeff to hang out with him in the Caribbean.
Here’s a brief look at Little St. James and the raid that took place earlier this week. Watch:
As the Epstein fallout continues, will federal prosecutors now target Ghislaine Maxwell?