More information has been released about Jeffrey Epstein’s island, and the strange looking temple that could be the location of his disgusting acts.
In 2010, Jeffrey Epstein submitted permit applications for a building on his private island that "looks almost nothing like the structure that was built."
Among other differences, the structure that was built has no windows. https://t.co/Yt2zlrBdKL
— Vicky Ward (@VickyPJWard) August 1, 2019
The Daily Caller reports:
A bizarre gold-domed, blue and white-striped building on Jeffrey Epstein’s private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands differed significantly from plans submitted to local authorities.
The structure, referred to informally as a “temple,” was not built even remotely like the music pavilion plans submitted to the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Resources, NBC reported Thursday. Flanked by gold-painted statues, the mysterious building has inspired conspiracy theories.
The New York financier Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested last month for sex trafficking of minors, owned two islands, Little St. James and Big St. James, both located in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Locals preferred the name “Pedophile Island,” according to the Associated Press, and they told Vanity Fair that Epstein repeatedly brought girls to the island who “couldn’t have been over 16.”
At least one alleged victim, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has claimed she was abused on the island while still a minor. In a 2015 lawsuit, she claims that she had been forced to participate in “an orgy with numerous other under-aged girls” and to have sexual relations with Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, according to the Guardian.
Epstein’s temple, connections to other sexual deviants, and numerous witness statements show that the human trafficking and pedophilia allegations have a demonic feel to them.