It has just been revealed that all current allegations made against billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein will not result in any additional action being taken by the UK’s Metropolitan Police, the territorial police force responsible for policing all 32 boroughs of London.
In others words: the case is closed and their investigation into Epstein is over (for now).
For those who’ve been living under a rock, Jeffrey Epstein died on August 10, 2019 in a New York City prison only weeks after he was arrested on federal charges for the sex trafficking of minors.
In March 2021, new claims against Epstein were brought to the attention of the police, but the accuser reportedly did not want them to look into the matter or issue a statement. Perhaps out of fear?
The same thing actually happened in 2019, however that time the accuser declined to speak with the police at all.
The Metropolitan Police Service has been liaising with other law enforcement agencies who led the investigation into matters related to Jeffrey Epstein,” the statement from UK’s Metropolitan Police read.
“Detectives have thoroughly reviewed information provided to it and in the public domain,” it continued.
“In the absence of any further information we will be taking no further action.”
The police force also declared it was “clear that any investigation into human trafficking would be largely focused on activities and relationships outside the UK.”
“As with any other matter, should new and relevant information be brought to our attention we will assess it,” the statement added.
For more information, check out this video report below from someone who actually went to Epstein’s island to film and investigate what was happening there.
For those who don’t know: Scotland Yard (officially New Scotland Yard) is the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police.