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US News A new Netflix documentary deals with the abuse scandal surrounding Jeffrey Epstein

19:50  06 june  2020
19:50  06 june  2020 Source:   harpersbazaar.de

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Actually, little was known about Jeffrey Epstein. Except that he was more than financially secure. To put it in the words of the new Netflix documentation series: "Stinkreich". Directed by Lisa Bryant, four episodes lead through the torture of the victims of the sex offender, who died in 2019. Their goal: to give the construct of the still "roaming monsters" of an international sex trade ring the receipt for which they pay with lifelong trauma.

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You would not expect Jeffrey Epstein to grow up in modest circumstances. The New York investment banker had a 15 to A $ 20 million villa in Palm Beach, a penthouse in New York City , an apartment in Paris, a private island in the Caribbean and a ranch in New Mexico - a helicopter, two planes - these tangible possessions and their million dollar fortune have one thing in common when it comes to his sexual offenses against underage women: manipulation.

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The director Lisa Bryant's Netflix documentary shows under what circumstances Epstein worked his way up to the top of the financial world and how a comparable manipulative influence in his assaults developed Expressed to underage women, illuminate victims, some of whom too The first time I ever report on her experiences: "He kept telling me that I was getting an apprenticeship, that one day I could become a massage therapist," says Virginia Giuffre with tears in her eyes. The voices and emotions of her and other victims, which Epstein most often held in one of his homes, reveal the meticulously calculated machinations of Epstein's sex trade ring, which is considered one of the biggest abuse scandals in the recent past.

He kept telling me that I was getting an apprenticeship.

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Virginia GiuffreWhy the Jeffrey Epstein case is moving

Today it is known that the criminal attacks by Jeffrey Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell date back much longer than was previously thought when the investigation began in 2002. Police officers tell of the complexity they encountered in the search for evidence. Some victims were grateful, others were in love with Epstein or wanted to marry him.

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In 2007, Epstein was charged with rape by the parents of a victim. However, he only claimed responsibility for forced prostitution of a minor. For this, he should be in the district prison for 13 months. Agreement on the non-persecution of other participants or victims essentially closed the FBI's investigation. However, the Netflix documentary shows that there were first reports of abused women much earlier and how Epstein used his financial power to protect himself. Nothing happened for a long time, he was spared from the judiciary - until he was arrested in 2019 after new disclosures by the US newspaper "Miami Herald" and increasing voices of the #MeToo movement. He was facing the 45-year prison sentence, which he was not to experience again. He died in a prison cell in August 2019. Here, too, the Netflix documentation addresses controversy and highlights the ongoing discussions about the alleged cause of death.

One aspect emerges from the four episodes of the documentation, each lasting just under an hour: The victims want justice. The stories of witnesses as well as the statements of experts such as sex therapist Dr. Kathryn Stamoulis question the justice of today in a highly topical context. The victims in the Netflix series not only want to tell their stories, but above all to prevent society and the next generation from hushing up sexual abuse. Because if a case shows that you can't look away and there is a need for speech, then Jeffrey Epstein's is definitely one of them.

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