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Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, here's why you should see it now!

Less than a year after that Jeffrey Epstein, one of the highest ranked white men in the American power Structures, died in prison from 'Suicide'has met a documentation Netflix titled Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy rich man.

No, the documentary doesn't necessarily explore the mysterious and controversial death of Epstein. But it opens the can of the worms of events that brought this famous predator of women to prison.

The Story of Epstein and the allegations against him by sexual abuse and human trafficking from young girls, including minors, to some of the most powerful men in the world, became a household saga in the US after August 2019.

Epstein finally waited for the trial even though he is believed to have committed crimes over the point of the needle that he is believed to have committed in his life 66 years. That was until he died in prison, supposedly of suicide, and never made it to court.

The Netflix Documentation You may not have anything new to say if you already knew last years Media coverage in the Epstein case.How could it The doc had started production long before Epstein's deathbefore his shock arrest, before a 2018 Pulitzer Winner Investigation of the Miami Times-Herald into the agreement of the federal prosecutor's office to keep him out of prison.

The entire premise of the document was already distributed on television channels and newspapers, even when the document was in production.

So much so that the document barely contains any new information or photos that have not yet been reported. In fact, the document was renamed from The Florida Project to Filthy Rich after stories by Epsteins Trading ring Headquarters in Florida became national news.

"The level of incompetence and backdoor trading that allowed him to get out - no one in this production thought he would ever be arrested while filming," said Joe Berlinger, an executive producer, The Guardian.

Berlinger who started working on one first Epstein project in Spring 2018after receiving a copy of the Mystery Novelist James Pattersons 2016 true crime book about seclusion billionaire that was Epstein Who was also his neighbor in Palm beach.

An archive of American horror

Hence, its creators focused on the other important premise of giving voice to those voiceless young girls whose lives have been trampled under the power and influence of the filthiest of them rich americans.

The Dozens of names and stories that was summed up in one word. Me, "victim," had to be brought out of real life as harrowing stories. Hailing from some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities, these girls were beaten down despite their perpetrator pretending to levy them with his money instead.

The 4-part 4-hour documentary film does just that. It's difficult stomach pain look how it should be. When it comes to Epstein We don't just go through some tabloid drama of a rich spoiled man who wants a good f ** k in him End of the day.

We talk a systemic abuse of power and money the girl spared not as young as 12. We are dealing with one humanitarian crisis of the greatest proportions in the strongest democracy in the world, whose systems their women and girls failed in unimaginable ways.

This work works through in several ways Director Lisa Bryantis an archive of one of the darkest chapters of modernity American History. It has been put together for the whole world to see on a global platform like Netflixtoday and tomorrow.

As Epstein's sacrifice When we tell of their years of mistreatment on his hands, we can actually see it Teenage girl that they were before they turned into that hardskinned women who fought with shame and guilt for year before they call their predator.

Convince women to speak on file "was hard"according to Bryant. “Some people wouldn't speak at all, some numbers were wrong, others decided that for various reasons they would never speak. Some hadn't even told their parents about it. "

Monsters are still out there

As one of the document's victims deeply said: "The monsters are still out there." Well, they were more or less out of this document, too. Aside from tangential allegations against some very big names in politics, the doctor does little to back them up with hard evidence.

From the stream US President Donald Trump to former US President Bill Clintonand even a member of the British King Prince AndrewThe doctor calls a lot of big boys Epstein rubbed his shoulders with him. Unless it has been proven that they messed around with underage girls, these men have been shown to have joined Epstein in his infamous life "pedophile island" multiple times.

Not to mention that "Sweetheart Plea Deal" made between Epstein and the federal attorneys who kept him out of jail for so long.

The deal was brokered by US attorney and future Trump Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta and Epstein this allowed the latter to plead guilty two charges of prostitution in state court, but only serve 11 out of 13 months in Palm Beach Prison, six days a week "Work permit".

Then there is Epstein's partner in life and crime, Ghislaine Maxwell, a British celebrity and daughter of the vicious publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell.

Ghislaine was named by multiple victims as a close advisor to Epstein in all of his crimes. She is currently on the run, reportedly with her eyes on the Epstein estate, which has to pay compensation to the victims. In Maxwell's case, however, the series doesn't go too deep.

The series also delves into the conspiracy theories that have surfaced around his death, and mainly focuses on allegations from Epstein's brother of foul play. There is no investigation into the guilty party who could hide behind it Epstein's sudden death.

The Doc is a brave endeavor of its creators to expose the broken American system and society on the loose. The least we can do is witness its message and join the simmering anger it seeks to arouse in people - the only hope of any kind of change we expect in society.

Originally written by Epic Dope

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