Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport

A recent court filing in the US Virgin Islands has unveiled a significant connection involving the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, former Obama White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, and JPMorgan Chase. This revelation comes in the wake of JPMorgan’s claim to have severed ties with Epstein, shedding light on the circumstances leading up to Epstein’s arrest on charges related to child sex trafficking. The filing not only raises questions about the ethical conduct of one of the world’s largest banks but also exposes intricate details about Epstein’s illicit activities.

The lawsuit, initiated by the US Virgin Islands Government against JPMorgan Chase, accuses the financial giant of enabling Epstein’s recruiters to use large amounts of cash to pay victims, thereby playing an integral role in the operation and concealment of Epstein’s trafficking enterprise. The suit has unveiled a complex web of information about the Epstein trafficking ring, revealing insights into its operations, victims, clients, enablers, and co-conspirators.

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JPMorgan, facing scrutiny, has responded by revealing the extent of involvement of certain top officials from the US Virgin Islands in Epstein’s affairs. The recent court filing reveals that Epstein’s personal assistant contacted a senior executive at JPMorgan Chase in February 2019 to set up an account for Kathryn Ruemmler. Ruemmler, who previously served as White House counsel under President Obama, was introduced as an ideal client to the bank. This introduction took place even after JPMorgan had claimed to sever ties with Epstein due to internal concerns.

Mary Erdoes, a high-ranking executive at JPMorgan Chase, received the email from Epstein’s office regarding Ruemmler’s account. She forwarded the request to Stacey Friedman, the bank’s general counsel. Despite initial skepticism about the connection, Friedman praised Ruemmler’s legal skills and expressed eagerness to have her as a potential client. The court filing highlights JPMorgan’s admission that Epstein played a role in establishing a customer relationship with Ruemmler. It also points out that Epstein’s assistant, Leslie Groff, offered to introduce Ruemmler to Mary Erdoes, noting that Epstein believed the two would “bond.

“This revelation adds a new layer of complexity to the Epstein scandal, as it exposes connections between influential figures and a major financial institution. The court filing underscores the need for further investigation into the extent of these connections and their implications. As the case unfolds, it remains to be seen how this new information will impact the ongoing scrutiny of Epstein’s activities and the ethical responsibilities of those involved.