Speculation, Opinion & Analysis by Kirsters Baish|8/16/19| It has been reported by the Daily Mail UK that recently deceased multi-millionaire pedophile/financier Jeffrey Epstein rush ordered a $100,000 cement truck to his Caribbean island just three weeks prior to the publication of an expose that led to his incarceration.
The Daily Mail reports:
The pedophile, who was found dead by apparent suicide on Saturday while awaiting trial for sex trafficking, got the Carmix 5.5 XL self loading concrete mixer delivered to Little St. James on November 7 last year.
Epstein was in such a hurry that he paid for the machine up front so it would arrive sooner – even though it meant being responsible if it got damaged in transit.
Three weeks later the Miami Herald published a series of articles called ‘Perversion of Justice’ on November 28, which eventually led to Epstein being arrested in July.
Shipping experts told DailyMailTV that the possibility that it was ‘used to literally cover up evidence cannot be discounted’.
Epstein also reportedly had a dentist’s chair with all its coinciding parts delivered to Little St. James in the US Virgin Islands. He also had a tile and carpet extractor, weighing in at 191 pounds, sent from the US Virgin Islands to his New York residence on March 11 of 2019.
Epstein was taken into custody at Teterboro airport close to New York just four months after that, and subsequently indicted on child sex trafficking charges.
According to the Daily Mail UK, “The details come after DailyMailTV exclusively revealed that the FBI had raided Little St. James on Monday as they widen their investigation into Epstein’s alleged abuse of underage girls. Federal agents will be scouring the property to find evidence for their investigation – and Epstein’s use of a cement truck raises the prospect they may have to dig to find some of it. The fact that he sent a cement truck to Little St. James could have an innocent explanation as Epstein often does construction work on the island and the neighboring one, which he owns as well.”
Import Genius analyst William George, who monitors shipping data, explained that the timing of the cement truck’s rush delivery is questionable, alone.
George stated, ‘While the purchase of the cement mixer on its own is not suspicious, particularly given the reported and approved repair of cisterns on Little St. James, both the timing of the shipment and the fact that it’s the only item in our records shipped with an express bill of lading do raise concerns.”
‘The shipment arrived Epstein’s island on November 7th of 2018, 21 days before Julie Brown’s expose was published in the Miami Herald and 23 days before Epstein allegedly began to try to pay off witnesses,” he continued. “Considering both the scope of Brown’s article and the urgency of the shipment, the possibility that the cement mixer was used to literally cover up evidence cannot be discounted.”