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Jeffrey Epstein’s associates exposed

A series of court documents have been unsealed, revealing the names of more than 170 Jeffrey Epstein associates. The unredacted documents weren’t short on powerful names, such as Former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, as the disgraced financier and convicted sex offender ran in elite circles. Business Insider has the full rundown on some of the biggest takeaways from the docs.

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    WHAT WE LEARNED FROM THE DOCs

    The leadup to the unsealing of this newest slate of documents drew plenty of attention but many of the names revealed in the docs were previously connected to Epstein. Other names in the unsealed documents are victims or people linked to Epstein’s high-profile associates but not necessarily implicated in wrongdoing. That’s not to say new details haven’t emerged.

    The names of more than 170 Jeffrey Epstein associates were revealed. Here's what we know.

    The names of more than 170 Jeffrey Epstein associates were revealed. Here's what we know.

    debunking the 'client list' myth

    For the record, there wasn’t a singular list. Still, unsealing the docs provides more transparency to a case that has continued to captivate the world more than four years after Epstein’s death in a Manhattan jail.

    The Jeffrey Epstein client list does not exist

    The Jeffrey Epstein client list does not exist

    This week, documents related to about 170 of Jeffrey Epstein's associates are being unsealed. What isn't being unsealed is a "Jeffrey Epstein client list." That's because there is no client list. It's not real.

    INSIDE EPSTEIN’S NETWORK

    The well-connected pedophile’s web of connections spreads much further than the 170-plus names revealed in these latest docs. Epstein listed over 1500 connections, including several of the 170 names revealed yesterday, in a little black book.

    MORE DOCS TO COME

    The first batch of the documents were posted to the public docket by accuser Virginia Giuffre’s lawyers on Wednesday night. Additional documents will be filed by either attorneys for Giuffre or Ghislaine Maxwell on Thursday, according to a source.

    DIVE INTO our past COVERAGE OF EPSTEIN

    BI tabulated one of Epstein’s little black books in 2020. In 2021, BI found another of Epstein’s little black books from 1997 with 349 names. Both databases provide an even greater accounting of the influence and power Epstein held among the rich and powerful.

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