Detective Says He's 'Given Names' of Epstein's 'Fixers' To Authorities
Investigator has followed Billionaire's sex trafficking crimes for years
A private investigator says he has shared the names with federal authorities of two women 'fixers' who are alleged to have procured underage girls Jeffrey Epstein.
Michael Fisten, who has followed Epstein's alleged sex trafficking crimes for over a decade, told CNN that associates of Epstein claimed he traveled with two young women who were tasked with seeking out young girls for the billionaire.
Fisten has yet to name the alleged fixers but said he had shared their names with authorities.
Epstein avoided punishment for ten years after he negotiated a plea deal allowing him to plead guilty to less serious sex offenses.
The billionaire was sentenced to 13 months in jail but was permitted to leave prison for 12 hours a day, six days a week.
His victims were never notified of the plea deal.
Fisten claims young females were coming in an out Epstein’s office during his work release.
He adds that he doesn't know if they were underage due to the logs of who was visiting Epstein mysteriously disappeared.
"We wanted to get those logs so we could see who the girls were," Fisten said.
"They're missing. No one knows where they are."
Epstein was arrested on child sex trafficking charges and charged with molesting dozens of underage girls in New York and Florida.
The 66-year-old Clintons financier was taken into custody by federal investigators as his plane landed at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey as the FBI raided his New York mansion.
An array of high profile names such as Bill Clinton, Victoria's Secret boss Les Wexner and Ehud Barak have already been associated with the pedophile.
Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman described the Epstein case is an asteroid poised to strike the elite world in which he moved.
According to Brad Edwards, a lawyer for one of Epstein accusers Courtney Wild:
“There were other business associates of Mr. Epstein’s who engaged in improper sexual misconduct at one or more of his homes. We do know that,” he said.
Last week, prosecutors in the case revealed further details about the convicted sex offender's use of a fake identity.
On Wednesday, four lawyers from the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York filed a legal equivalent of a clap-back in court.
Elites in the trap?
It was reported that Clinton flew on Epstein's infamous “Lolita Express” private jet at least 26 times, even ditching his secret service detail "for at least five" of those travel times.
Epstein's jet was allegedly set up with a bed where guests had group sex with young girls.
The full magnitude of the Epstein case may not be realized until the full list of elite names and high profile figures are snared.
Earlier this month, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ’s daughter admitted that some favorite figures are likely to be implicated in the Epstein sex trafficking case.
Christine Pelosi said that the facts must be followed whether on Republicans or Democrats.