Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 30 March 2024

Nearly 200 people visiting Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘pedo island’ AFTER his sex crime conviction are exposed by mobile data linking them to homes and offices across the US – including one ping on street opposite Trump Tower

Nearly 200 people who visited Jeffrey Epstein‘s ‘pedo’ island left a trail of mobile device data which links them to homes and offices in the US around the world, a new analysis reveals.

The analysis exposes the movements of visitors to the island from 2016 to Epstein’s final arrest in 2019, years after his conviction in 2008 for procuring a child for prostitution.

The location data was pinged from their mobile devices to platforms which facilitate targeted advertising. This information was then compiled by Near Intelligence, a controversial location data broker.

A report by Wired mapped the data from devices which visited Epstein’s Caribbean island, Little St James, and traced them back to around 166 locations in the US which are believed to be the homes and business addresses of the device owners.

Some devices were also linked to addresses in Ukraine, the Cayman Islands and Australia, according to the report.

Little Saint James, in the US Virgin Islands, was a focal point of Epstein’s horrific child-sex-trafficking operation.

The troubling past of Little St James has been widely documented in photographs, victim testimony and court cases against Epstein and his associates.

Epstein – with help from his confidante and fixer Ghislaine Maxwell – trafficked many young girls to the island, where they were raped and abused.

The data analyzed by Wired is believed to include both visitors to the island and victims of the abuse.

Some of the devices were linked to luxury properties in Michigan, Florida and Martha’s Vineyard. Others are said to have been traced back to low-income areas where Epstein’s victims are known to have lived and attended school.

One device reportedly pinged coordinates from a sidewalk across the street from the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

Near Intelligence obtained the data from advertising exchanges, which are online platforms that facilitate the buying and selling of ads on the internet. The information can include location data which allows analysts to track the movements of devices.

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