FBI acknowledges having records of tip-offs from Jeffrey Epstein

The federal bureau of investigation refuses to release these records because it believes that their publication would interfere with an ongoing investigation.

A lawyer and detective has discovered evidence that the FBI is allegedly keeping records of secrets provided by sex and public relations entrepreneur Jeffrey Epstein. The lawyer, a regular contributor to Substack, prefers to hide his identity under the alias Techno Fog, with which he has gained more than 380,000 followers on Twitter.

In an article published by ZeroHedge, the attorney explains that he used the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to request the FBI's records on Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein created an underage sex trafficking ring that serviced both the U.S. and international elite.

FBI informant with Robert Mueller

The author had previously reported that Jeffrey Epstein had been an FBI informant during Robert Mueller's tenure. Epstein's access to high-level personalities was of interest to the FBI's investigative work.

Interference with ongoing research

Once it was shown that Epstein had been an FBI informant, Techno Fog felt that this would not have been the only time, so the attorney made further requests for information under the FOIA. The FBI's response does not deny that the bureau has records of disclosures by Epstein. What the bureau has stated is that they are not currently facilitating these requests, as it would mean revealing information that would interfere with several other ongoing investigations:

The records responsive to your request are law enforcement records; there is a pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding relevant to these responsive records, and release of the information could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.

Subject of speculation

So the FBI acknowledges that these records exist. And it gives them enough relevance to explain that their disclosure could interfere with an ongoing case. But the lawyer who obtained that response from the FBI doubts that this is the case, given that Jeffrey Epstein is dead and that his partner and main collaborator, Ghislaine Maxwell, has already been convicted.

What can these records contain? It is only a matter of speculation as long as the FBI does not disclose them. The truth is, that if anyone has been able to access the secrets of several important personalities, it is Jeffrey Epstein.

Death in strange circumstances

The businessman, a close friend of Bill Clinton, died under strange circumstances. He was incarcerated in a maximum security cell; a space specially designed to prevent the inmate from suffering any kind of harm from a third party or, especially, from himself. Despite this, Epstein managed to commit suicide.

Epstein was found dead in his cell, in a fetal position, blue in the face and with marks on his neck. The explanation given is that Epstein would have hung himself with the bedsheets. But one of the characteristics of the maximum security cells at the Manhattan Correctional Center is that the sheets do not support the weight of a person, precisely to prevent inmates from hanging themselves with them. The bed is anchored and there are no bars or any other element that would allow the prisoner to access the ceiling, which is more than two and a half meters high.

Maximum security cells where everything goes wrong

The maximum security cells have permanent surveillance by guards (they pass by the cell every nine minutes), but this protection was withdrawn hours before his death. Cameras recording activity in his cell just prior to his death also failed.

Epstein had previously attempted suicide, according to those responsible for his custody; something he denied. This attempt meant that, in addition to the security elements of the cell, he was subjected to special monitoring; an anti-suicide protocol that, for whatever reason, ultimately failed.

Epstein reported before his death that the authorities had tried to kill him. According to The Washington Post, Epstein was in very good spirits. Spencer Kuvin, who represents three of the people accusing Epstein of sex trafficking, said, "I question whether it's really a suicide attempt," referring to the first one, "or whether there are powerful people who just don't want him to talk."

FBI scandals

Recently, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged that he accepted the FBI's direction to censor content that was related to Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 election. A political interference that favored the political aspirations of candidate Joe Biden, who eventually won the presidential election.

In addition to this, there are other reasons for the Republican Party's distrust of the FBI. The latest of which is the raid on former President Donald Trump's home.