Jeffrey Epstein trafficked underage girls for 25 years, and he’s the most prolific American child trafficker ever acknowledged by law enforcement. By not indicting Epstein's co-conspirators, our government is aiding and abetting child trafficking. A government that aids and abets child trafficking has woefully failed its citizens.
As a country dedicated to children’s safety, we must make a stand and pressure the government to bring the Epstein procurers and perpetrators to justice. We cannot send a message to the world that perpetrators in America who have wealth and power can molest our children with impunity. And if we allow the Justice Department to be apathetic and unresponsive to victims in a proven trafficking case, that sends a message to millions of victims that they have no voice and no hope for justice. Victims in the United States and around the world need to see that Epstein's cohort of molesters and pimps are brought to justice.
The Justice Department under four presidential administrations – George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joseph Biden – has failed to indict the perpetrators and procurers in Epstein's pedophile network. Epstein Justice is not about politics, it's about the protection of our children. As Americans, we need to know why four presidential administrations have covered up the crimes of Jeffrey Epstein and his cadre of co-conspirators.
The media has sanitized the Epstein trafficking network by ostensibly determining that the youngest Epstein victims were 14 years old, even though multiple accounts state that they were as young as 11 or 12 years old. A Scheer Post article published in August of 2021, “The Jeffrey Epstein Coverup: Pedophilia, Lies and Videotape,” demonstrates that federal law enforcement has brazenly ignored indicting the perpetrators and pimps in the Epstein network. Since Epstein’s death, the Justice Department and FBI have only indicted one of the perps – Ghislaine Maxwell. Epstein’s victims have courageously sought justice through civil litigation, but should the demand for justice fall solely on the shoulders of Epstein’s victims?
No! And you can help. Americans of all stripes need to unite and remedy this crucial violation of our societal laws and mores. Our apathy only reinforces our government's pathological behavior. Our goal is to help organize Americans en masse to rectify this grave injustice with peaceful, non-politically partisan demonstrations and compel our legislators to establish a Truth and Reconciliation Commission that has two straightforward objectives: holding the perpetrators in the Epstein trafficking network accountable and holding the government accountable for aiding and abetting child sex trafficking. Please contact Epstein Justice if you want to be part of the solution and march towards justice.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 25% of underage girls and 7% of underage boys in the US have been molested, which translates into more than 40 million women and 12 million men. The Democratic Party has about 60 million registered members, and the Republican Party has 55 million registered members. Survivors and their supporters could easily be the largest political party in America. It’s time for survivors to unite, exercise their power, and become part of a movement that seeks long overdue justice.
You can sign also sign our petition that is supported by seven Jeffrey Epstein victims, 40 anti-trafficking and anti-exploitation organizations, and thousands of concerned citizens demanding that the procurers and perpetrators in the Epstein trafficking network be brought to justice.
As Martin Luther King Jr. said, "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
Dear [Representative/Senator name],
I am writing to you today following the recent release of additional names associated with Jeffrey Epstein. As you know, the Jeffrey Epstein case exposed a horrific network of child sexual abuse and exploitation, with numerous individuals still facing no consequences. This lack of accountability continues to erode public trust in our institutions and leaves the victims without justice.
While we appreciate the ongoing investigations, a comprehensive and transparent approach is needed to uncover the full extent of the Epstein network and hold all perpetrators accountable. Establishing a bipartisan Truth and Reconciliation Commission, with subpoena power and witness protection, would offer a unique opportunity to achieve these goals.
Unlike existing investigations, a commission could provide a platform for victims to share their experiences and ensure a comprehensive investigation into the network's operations, potential co-conspirators, and any systemic failures that allowed these crimes to occur. This process would not only deliver long-awaited justice for the victims but also offer valuable insights to prevent similar tragedies in the future.
We urge you to support the establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the Epstein case. As an organization dedicated to ensuring justice for the victims of Jeffrey Epstein's crimes, we believe in the importance of holding individuals and institutions accountable and ensuring justice for all.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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