Le rabatteur JEAN-LUC BRUNEL déjà accusé de viols dans les années 80
Published on 24 aug. 2019
Jeffrey Epstein, Les Wexner, Jean Luc Brunel, Jacob Rothschild, The Dyncorp Plane And Yugoslavia
Published on 20 jul. 2019
How do Jeffrey Epstein, Les Wexner, Jean-Luc Brunel, Jacob Rothschild, The Dyncorp Plane and Yugoslavia all ties together?
This is a very broad beginning to a much more specific conversation, in subsequent videos, entering a more specific discussion regarding war crimes.
“Voat user Freed0mFighter uncovered a special report on Occurrences: Foreign and Domestic (archived)(original PDF) identifying the fact that one of Jeffrey Epstein’s suspected trafficking aircraft shared the same tail number as a State department Bronco used under contract by DynCorp. The use of the tail number can be corroborated by official government records. This would mean that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked underage girls using aircraft of the same tail number and during the same time period as DynCorp when they trafficked minors in Bosnia and other parts of the Balkan states. If issued by some sort of accident or if one of the two planes was decommissioned, the statistical odds of just two planes sharing the same number would still be over 1 in over 900,000. Special thanks to User:PeterVenkman, and see also section on Connection to identified criminal activities in Bosnia
The congruence of Epstein’s Bell N474AW and Dyncorp’s Bronco N474AW is noteworthy. In 2002, the year Epstein’s aircraft fleet stands accused of flying underage teen girls, some between the ages of 12 and 15, coincides with Dyncorp’s trafficking in underage females between the ages of 12 and 15 from Kosovo and Bosnia in the Balkans.”
“As for moving them around, there are all sorts of ways. Private planes are the preferred means for bringing kidnapped children into the country, for they can evade customs and passport controls with surprising ease. Epstein was known to be flying around in Yugoslavia during the 1999 bombing, when huge numbers of children disappeared.”
“As a journalist based at the United Nations, I heard frequent and credible stories about kidnapped children brought illegally into the United States and sold at auction. A sex slave can bring in between $150,000 and $250,000 before “wearing out”, at which point, in the right places (New York, for example) there are “trash collection” services available that will remove and eliminate the worn out merchandise.”
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