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For Enabling Jeffrey Epstein JPMC 3d Party Complaint against Jes Staley But Says No TVPA

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 13 – 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.

 On March 7, 2023 JPM Chase filed a third party complaint against James Edward Staley, including "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..  Staley, not JPMC, is responsible for any injuries Epstein may have caused...." 3d Party Complaint on Inner City Press' DocumentCloud here.

On March 13 in order argument before Judge Rakoff, JPMorgan Chase's lawyer amplified this, emphasizing that Staley was not aware of any exchange of money, or of trafficking. Deutsche Bank's lawyer emphasized DB had paid a fine to NYS regulators - that is, they gave at the office. Judge Rakoff promised a bottom line decision by the end of March, if not before.


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