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Three Year Old Interview with Virginia Giuffre That Never Aired
Investigative journalist organization Project Veritas, owned by James O’Keefe, announced Monday that he would be revealing details and video footage regarding infamous pedophile and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and how the media has covered up his disgusting dealings and untimely death. Tuesday he began dropping bombshells, starting with ABC’s Amy Robach, who shared with a hidden camera and a hot mic that she tried to report on Epstein for three years, but it was continually squashed by the network.
Robach said she had all of the information three years ago, that she had interviewed Virginia Roberts Guiffre, who was one of Epstein’s many victims. Robach said, “Who’s Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows who that is, this is a stupid story.” Not long after that, the Royal Palace caught wind of Robert’s interview, and that she had made allegations against Prince Andrew, Duke of York and “threatened them a million different ways. The network was then afraid that they wouldn’t be able to interview Kate and Will..”
“She (Virginia Roberts Giuffre) told me everything. She had pictures. She had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years, we convinced her to come out..It was unbelievable what we had. We had [Bill] Clinton, we had everything. I tried for three years to get it on, to no avail, and now it’s all coming out and it’s these ‘new revelations’ and I had all of it,” Robach said, revealing her frustration. She went on, “I’m so pissed right now. Everyday I get more and more pissed because what we had was unreal.”
“Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself”
Robach seemed as though she had been stifled, over and over again, despite the evidence she had gathered. She went on to say, “What we had was unreal, other women backing it up…Brad Edwards the attorney three years ago saying there would come a day when we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific pedophile this country has ever known, and I had it all three years ago.”
“[T]here would come a day when we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific pedophile this country has ever known, and I had it all three years ago.”Amy Robach ABC News
The ABC news anchor has not doubt the Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself. “Do I think he was killed? One hundred percent. Yes I do. He made his whole living blackmailing people…I knew immediately. But they made it seem as though he made that suicide attempt two weeks earlier but his lawyers claim that he was roughed up by his cell mate around the neck. That was all to plant the seed. That’s why I really believe it, like really believe it..there were a lot of men on those planes, a lot of men who visited that island, a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment.”
Robach also had piles of information on Epstein’s “best friend” Ghislaine Maxwell. “It’s so funny to hear everyone say her name…like, I had all that. And everyone’s like who’s that? Who cares? I kept getting that. Who cares? Um, she knows everything. She knows. She knows she should be careful. Well she was his, like, she went out and recruited all of these girls. She should watch her back..I’d have like security guards all around me.
The insider told Project Veritas that this footage was recorded in August, a day or so after an NPR report came out that sharply criticized ABC News for failing to air the interview between Robach and Giuffre. Giuffre says she was never told why. According to NPR, famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who was one of Epstein’s lawyers, also pressured the network not to air the story. This was three years ago, when Epstein was still alive and a free man. The insider also admitted that they didn’t know who spiked the story. But someone at ABC does. At this point, what is ABC hiding and who are they trying to protect?
But according to a New York Post article, Robach back-tracked what she had said in the footage, saying the network never intentionally killed the piece and called the recordings, “a private moment of frustration.” ABC issued a similar statement as well, claiming that not all of their reporting met the standards to air, but they have never stopped investigating the story. Apparently they have a 2 hour documentary and a 6-part podcast that will air in the new year.