Sunday, March 3, 2024
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Manolis Fragkos submitted a question to the European Commission on the Europeans involved in the Epstein case


A written question to the was submitted on Thursday by the MEP of , Manolis Fragkos. The reason is the opening of the file with the names of those involved in the case of a large sex trafficking network, which in 2019 had led to the arrest of the American financier Jeffrey Epstein, who committed suicide in his cell during his pre-trial detention.

In the multi-page report concerning the trafficking of underage girls, whom Epstein held and extradited to his various properties in and out of the , involving numerous figures from the US and international political scene, financial players, and show-biz stars. Judicial authorities leaked some of the names involved, in a list generally consisting of Epstein's personal contacts and mostly famous personalities, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, brother of King Charles II of Great Britain.

On the occasion of these revelations, the MEP of Hellenic Solution submitted the following question to the European Commission:

US Judge Loretta Preska ordered the file of names to be opened as part of a lawsuit related to Epstein's associate, Gislaine Maxwell, who is serving a 20-year prison sentence for crimes committed in collaboration with him.

Epstein, the head of a large sex trafficking network, exploited underage girls until 2019, when he was arrested and killed himself, but records remain available.

Epstein's list includes 187 names culled from a thousand pages of court documents, with contacts of intimates, victims or suspected associates of the American financier.

The names implicate the highest echelons of the US leadership, and there are allegations of members of the European political-economic elite.

The release of the list of names of prominent individuals who have some involvement in the Epstein scandal may help dismantle international child exploitation rings in the U.S. and .

The European Commission is asked:

    1. Has the cooperation of the European judicial authorities in the Epstein case been requested or voluntarily made available?
    2. Is it coordinating a pan-European investigation to help identify individuals who solicited from Epstein the inhumane, atrocious and horrific “services” he is accused of providing?
    3. Does it believe that national judicial systems should now give priority to reviewing relevant cases in order to contribute to the international investigation and dismantling of paedophile rings?


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