In a leaked hot mic video, ABC’s Amy Robach says that network executives blocked her report on pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. She says she had “everything” three years ago – info on Clinton, Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz… Epstein, according to a former top Israeli intelligence official, worked with Israeli intelligence.
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In a hot mic video that was leaked to Project Veritas, ABC’s Amy Robach says that network executives blocked her report on pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. A former top Israeli intelligence official has said that Epstein worked with Israeli intelligence.
Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak was a frequent guest of Jeffrey Epstein when he was in New York, and had financial dealings with Epstein worth over $3 million. Barak was introduced to Epstein by Israeli leader Shimon Peres.
Apparently unaware that she was being recorded, Robach said she had “everything” three years ago – info on Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz – but that ABC refused to broadcast the report.
Recently, a forensic pathologist hired by Jeffrey Epstein’s brother disputed the official finding in the autopsy of his death, saying that the evidence suggested that he had been strangled.
Some commentators are comparing ABC’s actions to NBC’s killing of Ronan Farrow’s report on Harvey Weinstein’s widespread sexual abuse.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, a conservative activist, told RT that ABC’s actions support Robach’s claim that “a network of people” – including the executives running her channel – are “covering up for this” because they are somehow “implicated.”
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