WHERE WAS IMMIGRATION LAW WHEN IT CAME TO JEFFREY EPSTEIN

Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his jail cell August 10, 2019. He had been convicted in 2008 of procuring for prostitution a girl below age 18.

It is well known that he travelled extensively. At various times he owned a black Gulfstream jet, a private helicopter and twin-engine Cessna 421. He also owned a Boeing 727-200.

According to flight records his planes traveled after 2008 sometimes many times to the following countries:

Bahamas [Exuma]

France

Germany [Bittung Airport]

Mexico

Dubai

Abu Dhabi

United Kingdom

Slovakia

Morocco

There is little doubt that he was on most if not all of these flights.

So there is the simple question for authorities. How was he allowed into those countries? Usually Immigration laws are focused on keeping criminals out – so if you or I show up at the border and tell them we have a conviction for procuring girls for prostitution who were under the age of eighteen there would be a simple refusal of your admission to that country and probably detention while they arranged for your deportation. While true for all countries you would thought that particularly Arab countries would have greater hurdles.

This raises the question how did he travel to these countries? Why was he not refused admission? Why was he allowed in?

If it is because he was flying on his own private jet, how many other convicted criminals are part of this system of less thorough immigration examinations for the wealthy?

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