Jeffrey Epstein crimes: Full list of defendants Deutsche Bank is suing
Jeffrey Epstein might be dead, but he left a list of names that are still breathing and possibly filled with charges. Nonetheless, it must be said regarding this case that the unbearable privilege that these men count with, builds a shield from justice. A great example is Prince Andrew, who lost his military titles and destroyed his reputation, but never put a step on jail only because he paid a big settlement.
Being completely honest, everyone knows the names related to Epstein, who he partied with and sexually exploited minors. It gets to be news each time that one of these names gets a citation or is charged with sexual trafficking, yet, the consequences are what we should follow track of. The newest name on this belongs not to a person but to an institution and its JP Morgan Chase.
JP Morgan must face a lawsuit by the US Virgin Islands, accused of qualifying the late magnate’s Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking. The long tail behind Epstein’s crime has numerous variants, many of his collaborators did more than enjoy his parties, but other kinds of legal favors. For this reason, many of Epstein’s friends were politicians or had any kind of legal role. Let’s take a deeper look.
JPMorgan & Deutsche Bank
We’ve heard a lot about Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew, and even about his bond with Bill Clinton and other political figures, but what about his relationship with the bank? JPMorgan & Chase Co. is the largest bank in the U.S. and one of the largest financial companies in the world. It was created in the year 2000 from the merger of Chase Manhattan Bank with J.P. Morgan & Co.
But JPMorgan is not alone in this since the judge also determined that Deutsche Bank must also face lawsuits by two women who affirm Epstein abused them sexually. These women accused the banks as well of enabling Epstein. One would think that a good reason to work at these corporatives are its legal & medical benefits, but what if we told you these institutions don’t care about women.
Both banks have stated not to have any legal duty in order to protect the women from Jeffrey Epstein. As if this wasn’t enough, both institutions deliberately denied accusations they knew about Epstein’s abuses. On the other hand, the U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan also dismissed numerous claims regarding all three lawsuits.
Yet, the District Judge Jed Rakoff also said that the plaintiffs can eventually prove that the banks benefited due to their collaboration in Epstein’s sex trafficking venture. The judge said he would keep explaining the reasons behind the rulings in due course. To make dates clear, Epstein was a JPMorgan client from 2000 to 2013, and of Deutsche Bank from 2013 to 2018.
There’s honestly not much to say about this case, considering how visible is Epstein’s case globally, this is honestly not surprising at all. Perhaps for this reason JPMorgan’s spokeswoman Trish Wexler as well as Deutsche Bank’s spokesman Dylan Riddle declined to talk! The truth is that all things said during such a delicate event like a press of charges can be used against them.
It took decades for Virginia Roberts Giuffre to finally get to the end of this case, where reason was not given to her but a monetary settlement instead. Now you should be wondering, when are these women getting justice? Both women accused JPMorgan & Deutsche Bank through different lawsuits of ignoring Epstein’s abuses claiming he was an important client.
According to the working women, several cash payments were originally from the banks in order to pay Epstein’s victims. The fact that are monetary institutions what we’re talking about mixed with sexual abuse coming from Epstein makes it even harder to process the case. It looks like only time will tell.