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FBI agents raid billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's home

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FBI agents raid billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's home

FBI agents raid billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's home

These videos show FBI agents raiding billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's US Virgin Island home - dubbed 'paedophile island' - as the sex trafficking probe intensifies. A large group of FBI officers were seen disembarking speedboats at the pier of Little St James - and getting around on land with golf buggies.Others were later seen overlooking the crystal blue sea from the top of Epstein's remote luxury home off the coast of St Thomas. The 'FBI' lettering could clearly be seen on the back of their shirts during the raid, which started at around 10.30am local time on Monday (12) and was ongoing (12.30pm local).An onlooker, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "I'm on a boat charter with guests.

We are the only guests out here at the moment."We were enjoying lunch when we saw over a dozen people getting off their speedboats and landing on the island."When we looked harder, we could see the FBI logo on the backs of their shirts."It didn't take long for us to realise they must be conducting a raid on Epstein's house." The home - dubbed 'paedophile island' and 'orgy island' - is at the centre of an ongoing sex trafficking probe into the criminal financier. Allegations have been made that underage girls were used as sex slaves and repeatedly abused inside a temple on the island.Epstein died last week in a Manhattan correction facility.

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FBI agents raid billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's home

These videos show FBI agents raiding billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's US Virgin Island home - dubbed 'paedophile island' - as the sex trafficking probe intensifies. A large group of FBI officers were seen disembarking speedboats at the pier of Little St James - and getting around on land with golf buggies.Others were later seen overlooking the crystal blue sea from the top of Epstein's remote luxury home off the coast of St Thomas. The 'FBI' lettering could clearly be seen on the back of their shirts during the raid, which started at around 10.30am local time on Monday (12) and was ongoing (12.30pm local).An onlooker, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "I'm on a boat charter with guests.

We are the only guests out here at the moment."We were enjoying lunch when we saw over a dozen people getting off their speedboats and landing on the island."When we looked harder, we could see the FBI logo on the backs of their shirts."It didn't take long for us to realise they must be conducting a raid on Epstein's house." The home - dubbed 'paedophile island' and 'orgy island' - is at the centre of an ongoing sex trafficking probe into the criminal financier. Allegations have been made that underage girls were used as sex slaves and repeatedly abused inside a temple on the island.Epstein died last week in a Manhattan correction facility.




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