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Mansion of Pedophilia - Part III: Suppressing Information About a Criminal Case Regarding Pedophilia at the Home of Bill Gates

Summary: There has certainly been a degree of coordination with the media (delays and choice of time), in effect suppressing public access to an important case pertaining to crimes of pedophilia

IN part one we explained the importance of these revelations and why they're grounded in verifiable facts, unlike the Franklin child prostitution ring allegations. In part two we clarified progress in obtaining a full police report. Gates tried hard to deflect or 'neutralise' media attention, but we're difficult to censor and dissuade. Techrights is a different kind of publisher because it latches onto suppressed topics and doesn't let go. A lot remains to be shown and we've split it into parts in order to make the facts easier to digest while allowing enough time between each part for more sources/informants to contact us (this has historically proven to be strategically significant). There's a degree of collaboration here and elaborating on that collaboration may jeopardise the investigation. We use encryption, at the very least so as to reduce predictability of what will be published next. So please bear with us as we divulge one bit of information at a time. We write this slowly and carefully. There are some deadlines associated with police activity and we take these self-imposed deadlines into account.



“Why did it take a YEAR for people to report on it? His criminal court file is opened 12/29/2013. They don’t report on it until a year later.”
      --Anonymous
For those just joining us, please read the first and second parts now. As a recap, Bill Gates said (to the media, repeatedly even!) that he was close to Mr. Epstein because he needed to know lots of rich people and Epstein knew lots of rich people. Hello? You're like the richest American, Mr. Gates (or were at the time). Also, why would you pay MIT through Epstein and not the fake charity? Why fly his child molestation plane when you have a private jet of your own? Saving air miles? Reports say that Epstein's plane had beds in it (with underage "subjects"). No matter how one looks at it (from which perspective), it doesn't look too good and the excuses from Gates "don't compute" -- to borrow "geek speak".

“It’s almost like the attorney was defending Gates and not the employee.”
      --Anonymous
A couple of days ago we published this meme/teaser about this series. Its key message was that there's a massive -- truly massive -- police report. There's also some public information about a legal case, albeit not so much press coverage. Hardly any! We'll come to this at a later stage in the series (this in itself is quite an injustice that merits further investigation and exposure).

As a source of ours put it: "Why did it take a YEAR for people to report on it? His criminal court file is opened 12/29/2013. They don’t report on it until a year later."

The timing of a press report? Guess when. We alluded to that earlier in this series.

But wait, it gets worse.

"Have you seen this?"

So said a source of ours. "Look who the employee’s criminal attorney is following on Twitter" (page archived here just in case that changes). Here are screenshots:

A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a lawyer
A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a key lawyer in the case



A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a lawyer
Further details on the 10 people he follows (click for larger view)



"It’s almost like the attorney was defending Gates and not the employee," our source remarked. We'll get back to that in a future part.

Concepts such as "coverup trial" come to mind. Saudi Arabia has just sentenced 5 people to death without the court even bothering to mention the mastermind/perpetrator, who controls this court (and also happens to be a close associate of Bill Gates). They try to make it seem as though Saudi Arabia is tough on people who murder journalists without bothering to hold accountable those who do this again and again (usually domestically). Just about nobody doubts who's responsible at the higher level (recall this interview with PBS, a network funded by Gates).

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