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01.13.20

Mansion of Pedophilia – Part VII: Guilty Verdict in Case of Pedophilia (Staff at the Mansion of Bill Gates), But Where Was the Mainstream Media?

Posted in Bill Gates, Courtroom at 2:58 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

The media hardly found this conspicuous even though it’s connected to the world’s richest person (at the time)

Guilty highlight

Summary: We take our first glimpse at court documents and a preliminary look (overview) of what the case in question entailed, with updates on the record for almost 5 years

THIS series has begun receiving a lot more attention than we initially expected. Best-selling book authors now link to it and are engaged with growing interest. We maintain our high standards here, notably saying nothing that cannot be verified and proved. This is why it takes a long time to prepare this. Behind the scenes we keep supporting material. We have not yet been challenged on any pertinent facts; if something appears to be missing from the text, we strongly encourage reading prior parts first. Each part depends on preceding parts. For this part we strongly suggest familiarising oneself with the fifth part and six part. Those who are not familiar with the Epstein connection might wish to see what we wrote earlier (this past weekend).

In later parts we hope to show what the police report said, what the lawyers said and today we’ll start dealing with what the court said. Here are all the relevant documents in their index:

Jones page 1

Jones page 2

Jones page 3

Jones page 4

Mind the total number of pages. It’s a lot.

We won’t say anything about the nature of this case (at least not yet). It’s not entirely possible that they lay all the blame on the wrong people and we all know how plea bargain works (we covered examples of the associated issues in the past). Months ago we showed one such example in the case of Eric Lundgren, which we covered in

Sometimes the courts can put forth cases (and police selectively choose charges) that help clearing the names of those with more power, more connections, and more money. It’s not unprecedented. In the case of Chelsea Manning, those who exposed war crimes received the full brunt of the law, unlike those whose crimes were exposed. Manning and Julian Assange may therefore be seen as ‘sacrificial lambs’ — a situation wherein those punished aren’t those who merit any (or most) of the punishment. Looking at the raw court material, the person arrested — an employee of Bill Gates working at his home — was found guilty. It’s about pedophilia, as we explained in part one, part two, part three and part four. This will take a while to digest, but we keep things as concise as we can (and careful check everything for accuracy).

Regarding the above documents and the times, pay attention to this detail:

guilty plea one year apart

As someone told us while researching it: “AND HOW COME IT TOOK A WHOLE YEAR???”

We mentioned this before, also in relation to media coverage…

It happens when journalists are away (holidays).

“This is another reason I want to see the affidavit,” said the person. “And I want to know why a court date wasn’t set immediately days after his apartment was searched???”

We have a large and growing team working on this. Stay tuned for the next part.

This can take a while to properly understand in full. Notice how it runs — in some form or another — until 2018. We still wait for police to comply with record requests. Our pace is partly curbed by our ability to get particular material. We also need to be polite and diplomatic as publication tone/fashion can alienate particular parties.

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