EXPOSED: How The British Police Force Provided ‘Protection Racket’ For Prince Andrew & Covered-Up Epstein & Maxwell’s Criminal Enterprise


Sep. 7 2021, Published 12:15 p.m. ET

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Scotland Yard, the HQ of Britain’s premier police force, orchestrated a “protection racket” for the Royal family in a bid to save His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew—and a “systematic cover-up” of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s global sex trafficking ring despite at least six vulnerable minors being abused or targeted on British soil.

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That’s the finding of a bombshell investigation into how Epstein and Maxwell—a British citizen who worked for her father, corrupt publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, until his death in 1991—evaded any meaningful investigation from British law enforcement.

Maxwell, 59, currently sits in a New York jail cell awaiting a late November trial on an eight-count indictment

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The explosive evidence, uncovered as part of this author’s ongoing investigation into Epstein and Maxwell, points to a British cover-up that police—perhaps willingly but certainly woefully—overlooked, in what looks very much like a fatal conflict of interest.

For part one of three part investigation, go to


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