Appeals Court Approves Critical Move Involving Jeffrey Epstein

The web involving child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein continues to slowly unravel even years after his death.

In real-time, many Americans are rightfully seeking more information about his client list, the dirt he had on various officials, and why so many people kept associating with him, even after he was convicted of various sex crimes.

Recently, different individuals who are confirmed as being tied to Epstein, such as Bill Gates, have worked to undermine, downplay, and explain away their relationships with him.

However, a new ruling by a Florida appeals court carries the potential to bring more pressing information to light, as documented by the Tampa Free Press.

The Plot Thickens

This past Wednesday, a Florida appeals court determined that a circuit judge must consider revealing Epstein’s information that ties to proceedings from a grand jury.

This verdict comes after the Palm Beach Post filed a case in court to this end.

According to the appeals court’s ruling, if the information linked to the aforementioned proceedings will play a role in advancing justice, then the Palm Beach Post’s push for its release is not without merit.

Likewise, should a circuit judge review these proceedings and find that justice would be further facilitated by uncovering this information, the Palm Beach Post may succeed in its efforts to have the grand jury’s proceedings revealed.

Americans Deserve the Truth

It remains a mystery how Epstein was able to repeatedly get sweetheart deals and remain unscathed amid committing criminal acts that would bury just about anyone else.

In one of the most egregious cases, Epstein was given a “prison” sentence that let him leave jail for about 10-12 hours a day, conduct various business affairs, and then return to spend his night behind bars.

There’s much more to the story that has yet to be uncovered. Therefore, many people are rooting for the Palm Beach Post to ultimately walk away with a legal win in this case.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.