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Red flags, false trails ups in billionaire pedophile case! New Mexico dropped Jeffrey Epstein from the sex offender registry after just one month when authorities in Florida provided board with report falsely stating his victim, 16, was of legal age

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Billionaire hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein was dropped from the sex offender registry in New Mexico after just one month when authorities in Florida provided board with report falsely stating his victim was of legal age
Jeffrey Epstein registered as a sex offender in New Mexico back in 2010 after he completed his probation period in Florida
A month after he registered, he received a letter from the New Mexico Department of Public Safety informing him he did not need to be listed
This was because of a Florida police report provided to authorities in New Mexico that falsely stated the victim he plead guilty to soliciting was 17
The age of consent in New Mexico was 17 at the time, and the victim he plead guilty to soliciting was 16 according to court documents 
However, the NM State Attorney General is opening investigations into fresh accusations against Epstein by Maria Farmer who said in an affidavit that her 15-year-old sister was taken to the ranch and allegedly molested on a massage table
Farmer, 49, who used to work for Epstein, claims that she too was abused as a 26-year-old by the billionaire and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell in  his New York mansion. 
She also witnessed young girls being escorted into the state-of-the-art home
The office of the current state’s attorney in Palm Beach County, Florida stated that they are unable to provide the age of the victim 
State Attorney General Hector Balderas says he is now investigating possible crimes committed at billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s New Mexico mansion since 2010.

This comes amidst revelation that hedge fund manager’s sweetheart plea deal got even sweeter two years after he managed to avoid serious prison time and federal charges, when authorities in Florida provided officials in New Mexico with false information about his case, which led to Epstein’s registration as a sex offender being withdrawn due to differences in state laws in Florida and New Mexico.
The convicted pedophile, 66, registered as a sex offender in that state, where he owns a 10,000-acre ranch, back in 2010.
Epstein had just completed his probation period in Florida at the time, following his deal with prosecutors that saw him plead guilty to two solicitation charges involving a victim who was 16, according court documents that were kept under seal for years.
Florida officials notified New Mexico DPS on July 22, 2010, that Epstein was a convicted sex offender from a 2008 case in Florida involving procurement of a person under 18 for prostitution.

The next day, New Mexico DPS sent Epstein a letter stating he must register as a sex offender in New Mexico, and before doing so, must provide the Santa Fe county Sheriff’s Office with the “judgement and sentence regarding your sex offense conviction.”
But by August that year, a month after he registered however, he received a second letter from the New Mexico Department of Public Safety informing him he did not need to be listed as an offender following a review of his offenses.
That was due to a Florida police report which falsely stated the victim was 17, which is the age of consent in New Mexico.
It was based on the purported fact that Epstein’s Florida prostitution conviction involved a girl age 17 and the rules are different when it comes to that particular offense in New Mexico.
“While in New Mexico we expressly disapprove of such conduct as specific to this case, the determination made when someone must register in New Mexico is a fact-based inquiry,” a New Mexico DPS spokesman said in an email statement.
The spokesman said in comparing the varying state laws between Florida and New Mexico, “It was determined at that time that because the victim was not under the age of 16, Mr. Epstein does not have a registration requirement in New Mexico,” according to New Mexico DPS.
The mix up occurred after prosecutors in the case made a concerted effort to hide the minor’s age since the female plaintiffs believed it was the original accuser – who was 14 at the time – that was the charging victim in the case.    

Jeffrey Epstein and Maria Farmer 1Accuser: Maria Farmer [right] said in an affidavit that her sister was taken to Epstein’s NM ranch where she was touched ‘inappropriately’ in 1996. Farmer, 49, who used to work for Epstein, claims that she too was abused as a 26-year-old by the billionaire and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell in his New York mansion  

‘It was determined at that time that because the victim was not under the age of 16, Mr. Epstein does not have a registration requirement in New Mexico,’ said Herman Lovato, a spokesman for the public safety department.
Michael B. Edmondson, a spokesman for the current state’s attorney in Palm Beach County, stated that he was unable to provide the age of the victim when asked about this discrepancy.


He also said that he could not provide any details about Epstein’s crime.
Now, an allegation has been made against the financier who is accused of ‘inappropriately touching’ a 15-year-girl at the New Mexico ranch in 1996.
Maria Farmer said in an affidavit that her sister was taken to the ranch and allegedly molested on a massage table.
This allegation has now sparked a state probe into Epstein’s historical behavior.


Farmer, 49, claims that she too was abused as a 26-year-old by the billionaire and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell in the hedge fund manager’s New York mansion.
The Kentucky woman, who used to work for Epstein, also claims that she witnessed young girls being escorted into the state-of-the-art home.
The Santa Fe New Mexican is reporting that the NM State Attorney General’s office has been in contact with survivors of alleged sex crimes that Epstein is accused of and that they are now investigating to see if any of them happened at Epstein’s Santa Fe County mansion. According to a spokesman for Balderas, the office has contacted the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and will be providing additional evidence to federal authorities.

The New Mexican reports that a Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office spokesman has stated that the agency has not conducted any investigations of alleged sex crimes at the ranch.
Epstein was arraigned this week in federal court on sex crimes charges including sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors. 

Following Epstein’s arrest on Saturday night in New Jersey, at least 14 new women have come forward to accuse the financier or sexual abuse , including at least five who reportedly, were minors at the time.

Four have approached New York lawyer David Boies following Epstein’s arrest over claims he abused dozens of underage girls in New York and Florida in the early 2000s.
On Wednesday, Jennifer Araoz said the wealthy financier raped her in his New York mansion when she was 15.
His lawyers recommended house arrest in Epstein’s $77 million Manhattan mansion and electronic monitoring as they countered what they described as a ‘drastic demand’ by prosecutors that he be detained until trial. 

They said their client was willing to offer the Manhattan property as collateral while he lives there, along with his private jet, which would be grounded, as he fights the charges.

In 2015, victim Virginia Roberts filed a lawsuit against the billionaire, claiming that he recruited her as a ‘sex slave’ at the age of 15, sexually abusing her for years on his private jet as well as his various homes in New York, New Mexico, Florida, and the US Virgin Islands.
Epstein remains at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Manhattan, the same facility that is currently housing the Mexican drug lord El Chapo.

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