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For Enabling Jeffrey Epstein USVI Sued JPM Chase Now Wins Motion for Dimon Discovery

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 9  – J.P. Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank were sued for their enabling of Jeffrey Epstein, in lawsuits filed on Thanksgiving in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, where Inner City Press found them in the docket.

  The separate lawsuits allege that "without exorbitantly large amounts of cash, Epstein's operations could not run, as newly recruited victims were each paid hundreds of dollars in cash immediately after Epstein sexually abused them, as hush money."

   The JPM Chase complaint is on Patreon, here.

  The USVI asked for discovery from Jaime Dimon; JPM Chase opposed it. On March 9, Judge Jed S. Rakoff granted the motion, rejecting the so-called apex doctrine defense. We'll have more on this.

 On March 7, 2023 JPM Chase filed a third party complaint against James Edward Staley, including "While JPMC held discussions regarding Epstein, Staley was apparently in regular contact with Epstein. However, Staley never disclosed to anyone at JPMC that he had witnessed, was aware of, or participated in any of the activities described in paragraphs 22 through 33. 35. In 2013, JPMC “terminated its relationship with Epstein.” Ex. B, ¶ 50. 36. At no point did Staley disclose to JPMC, nor did JPMC otherwise know, the information about Staley’s personal activities contained in paragraphs 22 through 33. 37. Staley did not disclose this information despite having a fiduciary duty to do so and JPMC asking him to offer his views as to whether JPMC should retain Epstein as a client. 38. Even upon his departure from JPMC, and in spite of his explicit affirmation that he had reported to JPMC any violations of the Code of Conduct, Staley did not disclose to JPMC the information about his personal activities contained in paragraphs 22 through 33. 39." Full 3d Party Complaint on Inner City Press' DocumentCloud here.


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