Jeffrey Epstein. Hello?

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....reading this, it would appear that Bezos is starting up his own modern-day version of the Hellfire Club or Bohemian Grove, but more focused on "The Beautiful People" than the political set, per se.... calls it "Campfire"... in Santa Fe... how quaint....
.... that G Maxwell was included...?.... not surprising... her fingerprints and DNA seem to be everywhere wealthy, connected and execrable people congregate covertly....
....interesting how terrified 'journalists' appear to be of the power JB wields over their lives....

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/globa...complice-to-secret-society-meeting-last-year/
Globalist Jeff Bezos Invited Jeffrey Epstein’s Accomplice to Secret Society Meeting Last Year

Bezos invited Ghislaine Maxwell to his “Campfire” in 2018.
Nov 2, 2019
Shane Trejo


Amazon founder and Washington Post kingpin Jeff Bezos is one of the most influential globalist oligarchs in the world, and he invited Ghislaine Maxwell to a meeting of his secret society for influential writers last year.

VICE has discovered that Maxwell, who has been fingered in civil court documents as the long-time accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein, was invited by Bezos to his Campfire meeting in 2018. She has been called out by many of Epstein’s alleged victims as the fiend who helped the late Democrat-affiliated predator groom underage girls for his sex trafficking operation.

Bezos holds his annual Campfire, a gala meeting where he invites Hollywood celebrities, tech moguls, top authors, and other influential figures to mingle under the cover of darkness. Two different attendees confirmed off the record that Maxwell appeared at the 2018 event. She did not appear at the 2019 event that convened last month, following Epstein’s mysterious death that was ruled a suicide by the authorities.

The New York Times disclosed details about the secretive nature of Bezos’ annual Campfire event in a 2014 profile:

When Jeff Bezos tells writers to keep quiet, they obey.
Every fall, Mr. Bezos, the founder of Amazon, hosts Campfire, a literary weekend in Santa Fe, N.M. Dozens of well-known novelists have attended, but they do not talk about the abundance of high-end clothing and other gifts, the lavish meals, the discussion under the desert stars by Neil Armstrong or the private planes that ferried some home…

Some writers, when contacted about their past attendance and asked whether they were going this year, reacted with something akin to terror. One writer begged not to be mentioned in any way, insisting that it was a private, off-the-record event and should remain so, lest Mr. Bezos be offended…

The Amazon mogul does not make attendees sign nondisclosure forms. His team just cautions them that the weekend is off the record. Even those who like to share their every thought on Twitter and Facebook have kept it that way…

Mr. Bezos, who built Amazon from its dot-com roots as a bookseller into one of the country’s biggest retailers, knows the psychology of writers, several past attendees said in interviews. “You come to this exclusive event, you are treated fabulously and you get access to the next Steve Jobs, who happens to control how many books you sell,” one said.

Bezos, whose messy public feud with President Donald Trump has become headline news in recent years, sees himself as the new master of reality. He very well may be allying himself with some of the world’s seediest actors in service of Moloch toward the ends of a satanic one-world government.
 





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....reading this, it would appear that Bezos is starting up his own modern-day version of the Hellfire Club or Bohemian Grove, but more focused on "The Beautiful People" than the political set, per se.... calls it "Campfire"... in Santa Fe... how quaint....
.... that G Maxwell was included...?.... not surprising... her fingerprints and DNA seem to be everywhere wealthy, connected and execrable people congregate covertly....
....interesting how terrified 'journalists' appear to be of the power JB wields over their lives....

https://bigleaguepolitics.com/globa...complice-to-secret-society-meeting-last-year/
Globalist Jeff Bezos Invited Jeffrey Epstein’s Accomplice to Secret Society Meeting Last Year

Bezos invited Ghislaine Maxwell to his “Campfire” in 2018.
Nov 2, 2019
Shane Trejo


Amazon founder and Washington Post kingpin Jeff Bezos is one of the most influential globalist oligarchs in the world, and he invited Ghislaine Maxwell to a meeting of his secret society for influential writers last year.

VICE has discovered that Maxwell, who has been fingered in civil court documents as the long-time accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein, was invited by Bezos to his Campfire meeting in 2018. She has been called out by many of Epstein’s alleged victims as the fiend who helped the late Democrat-affiliated predator groom underage girls for his sex trafficking operation.

Bezos holds his annual Campfire, a gala meeting where he invites Hollywood celebrities, tech moguls, top authors, and other influential figures to mingle under the cover of darkness. Two different attendees confirmed off the record that Maxwell appeared at the 2018 event. She did not appear at the 2019 event that convened last month, following Epstein’s mysterious death that was ruled a suicide by the authorities.

The New York Times disclosed details about the secretive nature of Bezos’ annual Campfire event in a 2014 profile:

When Jeff Bezos tells writers to keep quiet, they obey.
Every fall, Mr. Bezos, the founder of Amazon, hosts Campfire, a literary weekend in Santa Fe, N.M. Dozens of well-known novelists have attended, but they do not talk about the abundance of high-end clothing and other gifts, the lavish meals, the discussion under the desert stars by Neil Armstrong or the private planes that ferried some home…

Some writers, when contacted about their past attendance and asked whether they were going this year, reacted with something akin to terror. One writer begged not to be mentioned in any way, insisting that it was a private, off-the-record event and should remain so, lest Mr. Bezos be offended…

The Amazon mogul does not make attendees sign nondisclosure forms. His team just cautions them that the weekend is off the record. Even those who like to share their every thought on Twitter and Facebook have kept it that way…

Mr. Bezos, who built Amazon from its dot-com roots as a bookseller into one of the country’s biggest retailers, knows the psychology of writers, several past attendees said in interviews. “You come to this exclusive event, you are treated fabulously and you get access to the next Steve Jobs, who happens to control how many books you sell,” one said.

Bezos, whose messy public feud with President Donald Trump has become headline news in recent years, sees himself as the new master of reality. He very well may be allying himself with some of the world’s seediest actors in service of Moloch toward the ends of a satanic one-world government.
Its his version of Bohemian Grove for the kids who weren't cool enough to get invited to the original?
 





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....this article makes reference to Jeffrey Epstein, in the sense of how crucial Ghislaine Maxwell was to his entire 'operation'... but, as is known, she did not just 'procure' for him... she was a fellow participant, as well...
...however this (rather shocking) report is focused more globally on the topic of women as offenders in sex-related crimes and how society often 'looks the other way' or dismisses the notion...
...the description of 'female r*pe' is unsettling... so forewarned...

https://www.americanthinker.com/art...rs_perpetrators_predators_and_pedophiles.html

November 4, 2019
Female Offenders: Perpetrators, Predators, and Pedophiles
By Taylor Day

Warning: This article contains extremely graphic sexual content that may not be appropriate for all readers.

In the United States, women constitute a small fraction of total crime offenders, approximately 5% of burglary suspects to about 30% of fraud and forgery offenders. So what? Women commit crimes, too, but that isn't newsworthy, is it? After all, not nearly as often as men...

There are unexplored caverns of depravity where the scales become more balanced and women find themselves successful criminals: sex crimes and human-trafficking. Despite this, researchers barely study this phenomenon, therefore media and society still portray women as the victims and men as the perpetrators, virtually always.

Perpetrators — Human-Trafficking

Female criminals are disproportionately outnumbered by male criminals except in cases of human-trafficking, when the perpetrators' genders become pretty equal. In regions of the world where human-trafficking is the highest, women are actually the majority of offenders. The following chart shows the four regions with the highest number of human-trafficking cases, broken down by the sex of the offender:



Further, female perpetrators are underrepresented in the UNDOC's report since in certain countries, women caught in these investigations, to thwart punishment, can claim to have been victims themselves in the past (possibly the only crime where that defense is admissible). And since we assume that traffickers are male, we don't as easily find what we aren't looking for. Women are also more likely to take advantage of covert ways to engage in human-trafficking — like using technology or crypto-currencies — therefore are not caught as often by law enforcement.

Why are women so successful at human-trafficking? It's a complex question, but it comes down to trust. Consider Jeffrey Epstein's child sex–trafficking ring. Court records show that Ghislaine Maxwell and other women played a crucial role. Not only did they participate in the sexual assault of girls, but they were essential for the purpose of obtaining the victims. They still have escaped persecution. While Epstein's case shortly dominated the headlines, there was also this case in early 2019, when Smallville actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty to human-trafficking charges. She used the front of a "female mentorship program" to recruit vulnerable women before exploiting the victims for sex slavery and forced labor, going so far as to physically brand those she called her slaves' pelvic areas with a cauterizing pen.

One of her victims, known as Nicole, testified against her, claiming that Mack blindfolded her; drove her to an unknown location; and tied her, naked, to a table. Then a person she had not known was there performed a sex act on her while she was questioned her about her sexual history.

Victims and their traffickers need some level of trust. Since women are often seen as the compassionate and gentler beings, trusting women becomes the easier task. And a lot of ladies are cashing in on it. According to a 2009 U.N. report, women are the main profiteers of human-trafficking worldwide.

This study, which explored 10 years of sex-trafficking in Russia, gives understanding to how women are able to leverage sex stereotypes and have a wider array of ways to participate than their male counterparts, as well as design the overall system of sex-trafficking to benefit the female perpetrators.

Predators — Female Rapists

A survey done by California Coalition against Sexual Assault revealed that one in three lesbians admitted to being sexually assaulted by another female. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control then completed its own national survey, and the results were surprising. Men were just as likely to be victims of sexual assault over the course of one year and, in 79% of cases, reported a woman as the perpetrator. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) showed that in 58% of cases, when a woman sexually assaulted a man, she used violence (and 41% of the time when it's a female-on-female sexual assault).

The BJS also looked at r*pe in U.S. prisons, and its findings were even more startling. According to BJS data, a woman is much more likely to be sexually assaulted by another female inmate than by male staff and also more likely than men are in male prisons, shattering the stereotype of prison r*pe being a male-on-male scenario. Even more disturbing is that in nearly every case of a minor (regardless of sex) being sexually assaulted in a juvenile detention facility, the perpetrator was female.

Though research into this area is rare, Miranda Alison, a professor at Warwick University in England, studied and interviewed female rapists in combat zones and argues that the women were more violent than their male peers, especially as r*pe perpetrators, "to compete for status and recognition in a traditionally patriarchal context."

This Time article also explored the concept of female rapists in war zones and found that in these not so rare instances, the victim was more likely to experience permanent physical and psychological damage. The article also goes into depth on how a female rapes: "'Some take sticks or a banana, others take a bottle or knives,' a U.N. employee explains. Her close friend's daughter was violated repeatedly by a woman with a carrot who wanted 'to spoil her body.'"

A young woman shares her experience after being attacked by a group in the Congo:

While the men cut maize and dug out cassava roots, the women removed Valerie's clothes and started to touch her. They used their hands and sticks "like animals," Valerie recalls. The first time she was raped by an unidentified armed man, at age 15, she was left to bear her assailant's child, but this time, her uterus was destroyed. Valerie will never give birth again and no man will marry her as a result.
"It is an unforgettable wound," Valerie says. "Male r*pe is everywhere, but when it's women, it's incomprehensible. It's like a curse."​
Female rapists often go unreported since victims have a harder time comprehending what has happened to them as being defined as r*pe. (The FBI only recently changed its definition of r*pe — from something that could only happen to women by men — in 2013).

Stephanie Trilling, a manager at Boston Area r*pe Crisis Center, says the "first hurdle is simply understanding the assault as r*pe. Since this scenario is rarely portrayed in the media or in educational programming, it can be especially challenging to identify their experience as violence." She goes on to state, "Many people have a difficult time believing that a woman could be capable of inflicting violence on another person."

Pedophiles — Ignoring the Evidence

Most research regarding p***philia admits that female pedophiles are underrepresented because of the stigma of female offenders. Society believes women to be innately nurturing, therefore we give them greater and easier access to very young children who cannot report their abuse.

Take for instance the former Degrassi actor Jason Dickens and his wife, Dylan McEwen. In 2016, Toronto law enforcement executed a search warrant on their home and found over 25,000 images and 111 videos containing child pornography. Dylan McEwen performed in many of these videos, including giving fellatio to a toddler in one and licking the same child's anus in another. Two years later, McEwen pleaded guilty to child pornography and sexual assault charges and was sentenced to six years in prison. Judge Kathleen Caldwell refused to label her a sex offender, however, claiming that women cannot be pedophiles.

As pointed out by journalist Anna Dorn, not only is court sentencing much more lenient for female pedophiles, but attractive female sex offenders find the courts more merciful than their less attractive peers. Dorn also asserts, "what's likely to be described as r*pe or sexual abuse when the victim is female turns into a 'relationship' or 'romp'" when the offender is female. In some cases, the victim has even been forced to pay child support for a baby conceived when being statutorily raped. In the case of Hermesmann v. Steyer, the courts ruled that even though the child was conceived by criminal r*pe (Steyer was only 12 years old), that won't impact a decision in civil court. Subsequently, he lost his appeal.

Instead of being horrified by these events, the public perception of female pedophiles is so skewed that we have internet listicles like "10 Hottest Female Sex Offenders" — or the comments on this Fox News article about a 6th-grade teacher that molested a student while making an even younger child watch. The top comment remains: "Pretty sure these boys are ruined for life..... *coughsurecough*"



Human-trafficking, sexual assault, and p***philia are not issues where women are exclusively the victim, rarely the perpetrator. In fact, the more research that is done on this taboo area, the more we see quite the contrary. Not only are women statistically more likely to commit these crimes than any other, but men are victimized at greater rates than previously thought.

There is still a huge gap when it comes to scholarly research and studies regarding female perpetrators. Until more effort is made, victims will continue to be delegitimized.
 





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....this article makes reference to Jeffrey Epstein, in the sense of how crucial Ghislaine Maxwell was to his entire 'operation'... but, as is known, she did not just 'procure' for him... she was a fellow participant, as well...
...however this (rather shocking) report is focused more globally on the topic of women as offenders in sex-related crimes and how society often 'looks the other way' or dismisses the notion...
...the description of 'female r*pe' is unsettling... so forewarned...

https://www.americanthinker.com/art...rs_perpetrators_predators_and_pedophiles.html

November 4, 2019
Female Offenders: Perpetrators, Predators, and Pedophiles
By Taylor Day

Warning: This article contains extremely graphic sexual content that may not be appropriate for all readers.

In the United States, women constitute a small fraction of total crime offenders, approximately 5% of burglary suspects to about 30% of fraud and forgery offenders. So what? Women commit crimes, too, but that isn't newsworthy, is it? After all, not nearly as often as men...

There are unexplored caverns of depravity where the scales become more balanced and women find themselves successful criminals: sex crimes and human-trafficking. Despite this, researchers barely study this phenomenon, therefore media and society still portray women as the victims and men as the perpetrators, virtually always.

Perpetrators — Human-Trafficking

Female criminals are disproportionately outnumbered by male criminals except in cases of human-trafficking, when the perpetrators' genders become pretty equal. In regions of the world where human-trafficking is the highest, women are actually the majority of offenders. The following chart shows the four regions with the highest number of human-trafficking cases, broken down by the sex of the offender:



Further, female perpetrators are underrepresented in the UNDOC's report since in certain countries, women caught in these investigations, to thwart punishment, can claim to have been victims themselves in the past (possibly the only crime where that defense is admissible). And since we assume that traffickers are male, we don't as easily find what we aren't looking for. Women are also more likely to take advantage of covert ways to engage in human-trafficking — like using technology or crypto-currencies — therefore are not caught as often by law enforcement.

Why are women so successful at human-trafficking? It's a complex question, but it comes down to trust. Consider Jeffrey Epstein's child sex–trafficking ring. Court records show that Ghislaine Maxwell and other women played a crucial role. Not only did they participate in the sexual assault of girls, but they were essential for the purpose of obtaining the victims. They still have escaped persecution. While Epstein's case shortly dominated the headlines, there was also this case in early 2019, when Smallville actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty to human-trafficking charges. She used the front of a "female mentorship program" to recruit vulnerable women before exploiting the victims for sex slavery and forced labor, going so far as to physically brand those she called her slaves' pelvic areas with a cauterizing pen.

One of her victims, known as Nicole, testified against her, claiming that Mack blindfolded her; drove her to an unknown location; and tied her, naked, to a table. Then a person she had not known was there performed a sex act on her while she was questioned her about her sexual history.

Victims and their traffickers need some level of trust. Since women are often seen as the compassionate and gentler beings, trusting women becomes the easier task. And a lot of ladies are cashing in on it. According to a 2009 U.N. report, women are the main profiteers of human-trafficking worldwide.

This study, which explored 10 years of sex-trafficking in Russia, gives understanding to how women are able to leverage sex stereotypes and have a wider array of ways to participate than their male counterparts, as well as design the overall system of sex-trafficking to benefit the female perpetrators.

Predators — Female Rapists

A survey done by California Coalition against Sexual Assault revealed that one in three lesbians admitted to being sexually assaulted by another female. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control then completed its own national survey, and the results were surprising. Men were just as likely to be victims of sexual assault over the course of one year and, in 79% of cases, reported a woman as the perpetrator. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) showed that in 58% of cases, when a woman sexually assaulted a man, she used violence (and 41% of the time when it's a female-on-female sexual assault).

The BJS also looked at r*pe in U.S. prisons, and its findings were even more startling. According to BJS data, a woman is much more likely to be sexually assaulted by another female inmate than by male staff and also more likely than men are in male prisons, shattering the stereotype of prison r*pe being a male-on-male scenario. Even more disturbing is that in nearly every case of a minor (regardless of sex) being sexually assaulted in a juvenile detention facility, the perpetrator was female.

Though research into this area is rare, Miranda Alison, a professor at Warwick University in England, studied and interviewed female rapists in combat zones and argues that the women were more violent than their male peers, especially as r*pe perpetrators, "to compete for status and recognition in a traditionally patriarchal context."

This Time article also explored the concept of female rapists in war zones and found that in these not so rare instances, the victim was more likely to experience permanent physical and psychological damage. The article also goes into depth on how a female rapes: "'Some take sticks or a banana, others take a bottle or knives,' a U.N. employee explains. Her close friend's daughter was violated repeatedly by a woman with a carrot who wanted 'to spoil her body.'"

A young woman shares her experience after being attacked by a group in the Congo:

While the men cut maize and dug out cassava roots, the women removed Valerie's clothes and started to touch her. They used their hands and sticks "like animals," Valerie recalls. The first time she was raped by an unidentified armed man, at age 15, she was left to bear her assailant's child, but this time, her uterus was destroyed. Valerie will never give birth again and no man will marry her as a result.​

"It is an unforgettable wound," Valerie says. "Male r*pe is everywhere, but when it's women, it's incomprehensible. It's like a curse."​
Female rapists often go unreported since victims have a harder time comprehending what has happened to them as being defined as r*pe. (The FBI only recently changed its definition of r*pe — from something that could only happen to women by men — in 2013).

Stephanie Trilling, a manager at Boston Area r*pe Crisis Center, says the "first hurdle is simply understanding the assault as r*pe. Since this scenario is rarely portrayed in the media or in educational programming, it can be especially challenging to identify their experience as violence." She goes on to state, "Many people have a difficult time believing that a woman could be capable of inflicting violence on another person."

Pedophiles — Ignoring the Evidence

Most research regarding p***philia admits that female pedophiles are underrepresented because of the stigma of female offenders. Society believes women to be innately nurturing, therefore we give them greater and easier access to very young children who cannot report their abuse.

Take for instance the former Degrassi actor Jason Dickens and his wife, Dylan McEwen. In 2016, Toronto law enforcement executed a search warrant on their home and found over 25,000 images and 111 videos containing child pornography. Dylan McEwen performed in many of these videos, including giving fellatio to a toddler in one and licking the same child's anus in another. Two years later, McEwen pleaded guilty to child pornography and sexual assault charges and was sentenced to six years in prison. Judge Kathleen Caldwell refused to label her a sex offender, however, claiming that women cannot be pedophiles.

As pointed out by journalist Anna Dorn, not only is court sentencing much more lenient for female pedophiles, but attractive female sex offenders find the courts more merciful than their less attractive peers. Dorn also asserts, "what's likely to be described as r*pe or sexual abuse when the victim is female turns into a 'relationship' or 'romp'" when the offender is female. In some cases, the victim has even been forced to pay child support for a baby conceived when being statutorily raped. In the case of Hermesmann v. Steyer, the courts ruled that even though the child was conceived by criminal r*pe (Steyer was only 12 years old), that won't impact a decision in civil court. Subsequently, he lost his appeal.

Instead of being horrified by these events, the public perception of female pedophiles is so skewed that we have internet listicles like "10 Hottest Female Sex Offenders" — or the comments on this Fox News article about a 6th-grade teacher that molested a student while making an even younger child watch. The top comment remains: "Pretty sure these boys are ruined for life..... *coughsurecough*"



Human-trafficking, sexual assault, and p***philia are not issues where women are exclusively the victim, rarely the perpetrator. In fact, the more research that is done on this taboo area, the more we see quite the contrary. Not only are women statistically more likely to commit these crimes than any other, but men are victimized at greater rates than previously thought.

There is still a huge gap when it comes to scholarly research and studies regarding female perpetrators. Until more effort is made, victims will continue to be delegitimized.
I also believe that the reported boy r*pe ratio is undermined. Obviously raping boys is more edgy than raping girls. But I see SO little of that reported when I am researching.
 





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....this article makes reference to Jeffrey Epstein, in the sense of how crucial Ghislaine Maxwell was to his entire 'operation'... but, as is known, she did not just 'procure' for him... she was a fellow participant, as well...
...however this (rather shocking) report is focused more globally on the topic of women as offenders in sex-related crimes and how society often 'looks the other way' or dismisses the notion...
...the description of 'female r*pe' is unsettling... so forewarned...

https://www.americanthinker.com/art...rs_perpetrators_predators_and_pedophiles.html

November 4, 2019
Female Offenders: Perpetrators, Predators, and Pedophiles
By Taylor Day

Warning: This article contains extremely graphic sexual content that may not be appropriate for all readers.

In the United States, women constitute a small fraction of total crime offenders, approximately 5% of burglary suspects to about 30% of fraud and forgery offenders. So what? Women commit crimes, too, but that isn't newsworthy, is it? After all, not nearly as often as men...

There are unexplored caverns of depravity where the scales become more balanced and women find themselves successful criminals: sex crimes and human-trafficking. Despite this, researchers barely study this phenomenon, therefore media and society still portray women as the victims and men as the perpetrators, virtually always.

Perpetrators — Human-Trafficking

Female criminals are disproportionately outnumbered by male criminals except in cases of human-trafficking, when the perpetrators' genders become pretty equal. In regions of the world where human-trafficking is the highest, women are actually the majority of offenders. The following chart shows the four regions with the highest number of human-trafficking cases, broken down by the sex of the offender:



Further, female perpetrators are underrepresented in the UNDOC's report since in certain countries, women caught in these investigations, to thwart punishment, can claim to have been victims themselves in the past (possibly the only crime where that defense is admissible). And since we assume that traffickers are male, we don't as easily find what we aren't looking for. Women are also more likely to take advantage of covert ways to engage in human-trafficking — like using technology or crypto-currencies — therefore are not caught as often by law enforcement.

Why are women so successful at human-trafficking? It's a complex question, but it comes down to trust. Consider Jeffrey Epstein's child sex–trafficking ring. Court records show that Ghislaine Maxwell and other women played a crucial role. Not only did they participate in the sexual assault of girls, but they were essential for the purpose of obtaining the victims. They still have escaped persecution. While Epstein's case shortly dominated the headlines, there was also this case in early 2019, when Smallville actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty to human-trafficking charges. She used the front of a "female mentorship program" to recruit vulnerable women before exploiting the victims for sex slavery and forced labor, going so far as to physically brand those she called her slaves' pelvic areas with a cauterizing pen.

One of her victims, known as Nicole, testified against her, claiming that Mack blindfolded her; drove her to an unknown location; and tied her, naked, to a table. Then a person she had not known was there performed a sex act on her while she was questioned her about her sexual history.

Victims and their traffickers need some level of trust. Since women are often seen as the compassionate and gentler beings, trusting women becomes the easier task. And a lot of ladies are cashing in on it. According to a 2009 U.N. report, women are the main profiteers of human-trafficking worldwide.

This study, which explored 10 years of sex-trafficking in Russia, gives understanding to how women are able to leverage sex stereotypes and have a wider array of ways to participate than their male counterparts, as well as design the overall system of sex-trafficking to benefit the female perpetrators.

Predators — Female Rapists

A survey done by California Coalition against Sexual Assault revealed that one in three lesbians admitted to being sexually assaulted by another female. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control then completed its own national survey, and the results were surprising. Men were just as likely to be victims of sexual assault over the course of one year and, in 79% of cases, reported a woman as the perpetrator. The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) showed that in 58% of cases, when a woman sexually assaulted a man, she used violence (and 41% of the time when it's a female-on-female sexual assault).

The BJS also looked at r*pe in U.S. prisons, and its findings were even more startling. According to BJS data, a woman is much more likely to be sexually assaulted by another female inmate than by male staff and also more likely than men are in male prisons, shattering the stereotype of prison r*pe being a male-on-male scenario. Even more disturbing is that in nearly every case of a minor (regardless of sex) being sexually assaulted in a juvenile detention facility, the perpetrator was female.

Though research into this area is rare, Miranda Alison, a professor at Warwick University in England, studied and interviewed female rapists in combat zones and argues that the women were more violent than their male peers, especially as r*pe perpetrators, "to compete for status and recognition in a traditionally patriarchal context."

This Time article also explored the concept of female rapists in war zones and found that in these not so rare instances, the victim was more likely to experience permanent physical and psychological damage. The article also goes into depth on how a female rapes: "'Some take sticks or a banana, others take a bottle or knives,' a U.N. employee explains. Her close friend's daughter was violated repeatedly by a woman with a carrot who wanted 'to spoil her body.'"

A young woman shares her experience after being attacked by a group in the Congo:

While the men cut maize and dug out cassava roots, the women removed Valerie's clothes and started to touch her. They used their hands and sticks "like animals," Valerie recalls. The first time she was raped by an unidentified armed man, at age 15, she was left to bear her assailant's child, but this time, her uterus was destroyed. Valerie will never give birth again and no man will marry her as a result.​

"It is an unforgettable wound," Valerie says. "Male r*pe is everywhere, but when it's women, it's incomprehensible. It's like a curse."​
Female rapists often go unreported since victims have a harder time comprehending what has happened to them as being defined as r*pe. (The FBI only recently changed its definition of r*pe — from something that could only happen to women by men — in 2013).

Stephanie Trilling, a manager at Boston Area r*pe Crisis Center, says the "first hurdle is simply understanding the assault as r*pe. Since this scenario is rarely portrayed in the media or in educational programming, it can be especially challenging to identify their experience as violence." She goes on to state, "Many people have a difficult time believing that a woman could be capable of inflicting violence on another person."

Pedophiles — Ignoring the Evidence

Most research regarding p***philia admits that female pedophiles are underrepresented because of the stigma of female offenders. Society believes women to be innately nurturing, therefore we give them greater and easier access to very young children who cannot report their abuse.

Take for instance the former Degrassi actor Jason Dickens and his wife, Dylan McEwen. In 2016, Toronto law enforcement executed a search warrant on their home and found over 25,000 images and 111 videos containing child pornography. Dylan McEwen performed in many of these videos, including giving fellatio to a toddler in one and licking the same child's anus in another. Two years later, McEwen pleaded guilty to child pornography and sexual assault charges and was sentenced to six years in prison. Judge Kathleen Caldwell refused to label her a sex offender, however, claiming that women cannot be pedophiles.

As pointed out by journalist Anna Dorn, not only is court sentencing much more lenient for female pedophiles, but attractive female sex offenders find the courts more merciful than their less attractive peers. Dorn also asserts, "what's likely to be described as r*pe or sexual abuse when the victim is female turns into a 'relationship' or 'romp'" when the offender is female. In some cases, the victim has even been forced to pay child support for a baby conceived when being statutorily raped. In the case of Hermesmann v. Steyer, the courts ruled that even though the child was conceived by criminal r*pe (Steyer was only 12 years old), that won't impact a decision in civil court. Subsequently, he lost his appeal.

Instead of being horrified by these events, the public perception of female pedophiles is so skewed that we have internet listicles like "10 Hottest Female Sex Offenders" — or the comments on this Fox News article about a 6th-grade teacher that molested a student while making an even younger child watch. The top comment remains: "Pretty sure these boys are ruined for life..... *coughsurecough*"



Human-trafficking, sexual assault, and p***philia are not issues where women are exclusively the victim, rarely the perpetrator. In fact, the more research that is done on this taboo area, the more we see quite the contrary. Not only are women statistically more likely to commit these crimes than any other, but men are victimized at greater rates than previously thought.

There is still a huge gap when it comes to scholarly research and studies regarding female perpetrators. Until more effort is made, victims will continue to be delegitimized.
Maxwell was the engine behind his operation..... yet shes still free, not even mentioned in the news or by LEOs anymore. I guess her Mossad-connected (and also iced by them) Daddies connections might help......
 





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****....starting to 'hit the fan' due to Project Veritas...****
...one of the (many) 'money quotes' here....
...YouTube of Amy Robach speaking to producer at bottom....

"Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?"

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2019/11/05/james-okeefe-project-veritas-epstein-n2555911
Project Veritas Exposes ABC News: Network Allegedly Killed Epstein Story Implicating Bill Clinton, British Family, and More
Timothy Meads
Posted: Nov 05, 2019


Source: Youtube.com, Porject Veritas

UPDATE: ABC News responded to Project Veritas' story by denying that the network killed the alleged Epstein story. The network claims Robach's original reporting did not meet editorial standards and could not be verified. Anchor Amy Robach claims this clip was simply due to a "private moment of frustration."

Here’s ABC’s response to a Project Veritas video of Amy Robach expressing frustration that her Jeffrey Epstein piece didn’t run.​
Robach: “I was caught in a private moment of frustration. ... In the years since no one ever told me or the team to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein”​
ORIGINAL: Project Veritas' James O'Keefe released another tape that was leaked to the watchdog group from a whistleblower inside a major network newsroom. On Tuesday, the investigative journalism outlet exposed ABC News for allegedly spiking a story implicating heinous pervert and now-dead child molester Jeffrey Epstein. In the video seen at the bottom of this post, O'Keefe's tape reveals ABC News 20/20 co-anchor and Good Morning America guest anchor Amy Robach lamenting that network higher-ups killed a story in 2016 she had implicating Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, former President Bill Clinton, and members of the British Royal Family regarding Epstein's sex trafficking. More shockingly, Robach admits that she believes Epstein was killed because of how much blackmail he had on so many various people.

Robach made the comments to her producer sometime in late August, around the same time NPR released a story alleging that ABC News squashed a story about Epstein in order to protect the rich and powerful. Epstein was a mysterious billionaire and convicted p***phile who allegedly ran an illegal and prolific underage prostitution ring catering to the ultra-wealthy and government officials from around the world. He has been accused of pimping and recruiting young girls and forcing them to have sex with hundreds of men. His private island is where most of the alleged rapes occurred as well as on his airplane, notoriously nicknamed "The Lolita Express."

"I've had the story for three years. I've had this interview with Virginia Roberts, we would not put it on the air. First of all, I was told 'who's Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows who that is this is a stupid story'," Robach said exasperatingly to her producer.

"Then the Palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways," she said regarding the British Royal Family. Virginia Roberts Guiffre has long alleged that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew while underage on multiple occasions. The two are photographed together, but the Royal family has long denied these claims.

"We were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate or Will, I think that also squashed the story," she said in reference to Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William.

"And then Alan Dershowitz was also implicated because of the claims. (Roberts Giuffre) told me everything. She had pictures she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years we convinced her to come out we convinced her to talk to us. It was unbelievable what we had. Clinton -- we had everything. I tried for three years to get it out, to no avail," Robach continued. "And now it's all coming out and it's like 'these new revelations.' And I freaking had on all of it. I'm so pissed right now like every day I get more and more pissed. Because I'm just like 'oh my god, we...what what we had was unreal'. Other women backing it up... Brad Edwards the Attorney, three years ago, saying like like there will come a day where we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific p***phile this country has ever known. I had it all three years ago."

It has been alleged that Dershowitz also had illicit ties to Epstein.

Epstein reportedly died in July via suicide in a New York federal prison. However, the circumstances surrounding his death were very suspicious -- sleeping guards, broken cameras, seemingly physically impossible suicide with a paper thin bed sheet while on suicide watch. Robach says she absolutely believes he was killed by someone.

"Yes I do. Because made his whole living blackmailing people. Yeah there were a lot of men in those planes, a lot of men who visited that Island, a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment," Robach said.

"I knew immediately," Robach said regarding his death and her belief he was killed. "And then they made it seem as though he made that suicide attempt two weeks earlier. His lawyers claimed that he was roughed up by his cellmate around the neck, that was all like to plant the seed and then that's why I really believe it like really believe it."

Robach also claims that she had proof that Epstein's righthand woman, Ghislaine Maxwell, would recruit the girls for the sex operation.

"I had all sorts of stuff on her too. I love it. I really I'm like it's so funny to hear everyone say her name, because I'm like oh my god. And everybody's like 'who's that? who cares?' I kept getting that, 'who cares um she knows everything? She knows. She knows. She should she should be careful as well she was his like, she went out and recruited all of these girls. She should watch her back because if she goes...I mean I'd have like security guards all around me," Robach said hinting that Maxwell could be murdered.

Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?
 





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****....starting to 'hit the fan' due to Project Veritas...****
...one of the (many) 'money quotes' here....
...YouTube of Amy Robach speaking to producer at bottom....

"Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?"

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2019/11/05/james-okeefe-project-veritas-epstein-n2555911
Project Veritas Exposes ABC News: Network Allegedly Killed Epstein Story Implicating Bill Clinton, British Family, and More
Timothy Meads
Posted: Nov 05, 2019


Source: Youtube.com, Porject Veritas

UPDATE: ABC News responded to Project Veritas' story by denying that the network killed the alleged Epstein story. The network claims Robach's original reporting did not meet editorial standards and could not be verified. Anchor Amy Robach claims this clip was simply due to a "private moment of frustration."


Here’s ABC’s response to a Project Veritas video of Amy Robach expressing frustration that her Jeffrey Epstein piece didn’t run.​


Robach: “I was caught in a private moment of frustration. ... In the years since no one ever told me or the team to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein”​

ORIGINAL: Project Veritas' James O'Keefe released another tape that was leaked to the watchdog group from a whistleblower inside a major network newsroom. On Tuesday, the investigative journalism outlet exposed ABC News for allegedly spiking a story implicating heinous pervert and now-dead child molester Jeffrey Epstein. In the video seen at the bottom of this post, O'Keefe's tape reveals ABC News 20/20 co-anchor and Good Morning America guest anchor Amy Robach lamenting that network higher-ups killed a story in 2016 she had implicating Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, former President Bill Clinton, and members of the British Royal Family regarding Epstein's sex trafficking. More shockingly, Robach admits that she believes Epstein was killed because of how much blackmail he had on so many various people.

Robach made the comments to her producer sometime in late August, around the same time NPR released a story alleging that ABC News squashed a story about Epstein in order to protect the rich and powerful. Epstein was a mysterious billionaire and convicted p***phile who allegedly ran an illegal and prolific underage prostitution ring catering to the ultra-wealthy and government officials from around the world. He has been accused of pimping and recruiting young girls and forcing them to have sex with hundreds of men. His private island is where most of the alleged rapes occurred as well as on his airplane, notoriously nicknamed "The Lolita Express."

"I've had the story for three years. I've had this interview with Virginia Roberts, we would not put it on the air. First of all, I was told 'who's Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows who that is this is a stupid story'," Robach said exasperatingly to her producer.

"Then the Palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways," she said regarding the British Royal Family. Virginia Roberts Guiffre has long alleged that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew while underage on multiple occasions. The two are photographed together, but the Royal family has long denied these claims.

"We were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate or Will, I think that also squashed the story," she said in reference to Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William.

"And then Alan Dershowitz was also implicated because of the claims. (Roberts Giuffre) told me everything. She had pictures she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years we convinced her to come out we convinced her to talk to us. It was unbelievable what we had. Clinton -- we had everything. I tried for three years to get it out, to no avail," Robach continued. "And now it's all coming out and it's like 'these new revelations.' And I freaking had on all of it. I'm so pissed right now like every day I get more and more pissed. Because I'm just like 'oh my god, we...what what we had was unreal'. Other women backing it up... Brad Edwards the Attorney, three years ago, saying like like there will come a day where we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific p***phile this country has ever known. I had it all three years ago."

It has been alleged that Dershowitz also had illicit ties to Epstein.

Epstein reportedly died in July via suicide in a New York federal prison. However, the circumstances surrounding his death were very suspicious -- sleeping guards, broken cameras, seemingly physically impossible suicide with a paper thin bed sheet while on suicide watch. Robach says she absolutely believes he was killed by someone.

"Yes I do. Because made his whole living blackmailing people. Yeah there were a lot of men in those planes, a lot of men who visited that Island, a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment," Robach said.

"I knew immediately," Robach said regarding his death and her belief he was killed. "And then they made it seem as though he made that suicide attempt two weeks earlier. His lawyers claimed that he was roughed up by his cellmate around the neck, that was all like to plant the seed and then that's why I really believe it like really believe it."

Robach also claims that she had proof that Epstein's righthand woman, Ghislaine Maxwell, would recruit the girls for the sex operation.

"I had all sorts of stuff on her too. I love it. I really I'm like it's so funny to hear everyone say her name, because I'm like oh my god. And everybody's like 'who's that? who cares?' I kept getting that, 'who cares um she knows everything? She knows. She knows. She should she should be careful as well she was his like, she went out and recruited all of these girls. She should watch her back because if she goes...I mean I'd have like security guards all around me," Robach said hinting that Maxwell could be murdered.

Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?
This is a SERIOUS find..... amazing work man!
 





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This is a SERIOUS find..... amazing work man!
...Thank You, Tempest... :).... however.... as bad as this is, I fear that it will (once again) be 'pushed aside' as a story, due to the profile of the people involved... and the guilty will continue to 'skate'...
...I plan to watch Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity tonight, expecting that it will receive some degree of coverage there....but even at Fox News, I have a sense that they don't want to provoke the ire of Dershowitz.... so... we'll have to see...

<<sidebar>> ...I've already seen a 'Meme', along the lines of... "the Epstein story didn't kill itself"... haw!!:D:cool: ...you heard it here first, folks!
 





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****....starting to 'hit the fan' due to Project Veritas...****
...one of the (many) 'money quotes' here....
...YouTube of Amy Robach speaking to producer at bottom....

"Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?"

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2019/11/05/james-okeefe-project-veritas-epstein-n2555911
Project Veritas Exposes ABC News: Network Allegedly Killed Epstein Story Implicating Bill Clinton, British Family, and More
Timothy Meads
Posted: Nov 05, 2019


Source: Youtube.com, Porject Veritas

UPDATE: ABC News responded to Project Veritas' story by denying that the network killed the alleged Epstein story. The network claims Robach's original reporting did not meet editorial standards and could not be verified. Anchor Amy Robach claims this clip was simply due to a "private moment of frustration."


Here’s ABC’s response to a Project Veritas video of Amy Robach expressing frustration that her Jeffrey Epstein piece didn’t run.​


Robach: “I was caught in a private moment of frustration. ... In the years since no one ever told me or the team to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein”​

ORIGINAL: Project Veritas' James O'Keefe released another tape that was leaked to the watchdog group from a whistleblower inside a major network newsroom. On Tuesday, the investigative journalism outlet exposed ABC News for allegedly spiking a story implicating heinous pervert and now-dead child molester Jeffrey Epstein. In the video seen at the bottom of this post, O'Keefe's tape reveals ABC News 20/20 co-anchor and Good Morning America guest anchor Amy Robach lamenting that network higher-ups killed a story in 2016 she had implicating Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, former President Bill Clinton, and members of the British Royal Family regarding Epstein's sex trafficking. More shockingly, Robach admits that she believes Epstein was killed because of how much blackmail he had on so many various people.

Robach made the comments to her producer sometime in late August, around the same time NPR released a story alleging that ABC News squashed a story about Epstein in order to protect the rich and powerful. Epstein was a mysterious billionaire and convicted p***phile who allegedly ran an illegal and prolific underage prostitution ring catering to the ultra-wealthy and government officials from around the world. He has been accused of pimping and recruiting young girls and forcing them to have sex with hundreds of men. His private island is where most of the alleged rapes occurred as well as on his airplane, notoriously nicknamed "The Lolita Express."

"I've had the story for three years. I've had this interview with Virginia Roberts, we would not put it on the air. First of all, I was told 'who's Jeffrey Epstein? No one knows who that is this is a stupid story'," Robach said exasperatingly to her producer.

"Then the Palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways," she said regarding the British Royal Family. Virginia Roberts Guiffre has long alleged that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew while underage on multiple occasions. The two are photographed together, but the Royal family has long denied these claims.

"We were so afraid we wouldn't be able to interview Kate or Will, I think that also squashed the story," she said in reference to Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William.

"And then Alan Dershowitz was also implicated because of the claims. (Roberts Giuffre) told me everything. She had pictures she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years we convinced her to come out we convinced her to talk to us. It was unbelievable what we had. Clinton -- we had everything. I tried for three years to get it out, to no avail," Robach continued. "And now it's all coming out and it's like 'these new revelations.' And I freaking had on all of it. I'm so pissed right now like every day I get more and more pissed. Because I'm just like 'oh my god, we...what what we had was unreal'. Other women backing it up... Brad Edwards the Attorney, three years ago, saying like like there will come a day where we will realize Jeffrey Epstein was the most prolific p***phile this country has ever known. I had it all three years ago."

It has been alleged that Dershowitz also had illicit ties to Epstein.

Epstein reportedly died in July via suicide in a New York federal prison. However, the circumstances surrounding his death were very suspicious -- sleeping guards, broken cameras, seemingly physically impossible suicide with a paper thin bed sheet while on suicide watch. Robach says she absolutely believes he was killed by someone.

"Yes I do. Because made his whole living blackmailing people. Yeah there were a lot of men in those planes, a lot of men who visited that Island, a lot of powerful men who came into that apartment," Robach said.

"I knew immediately," Robach said regarding his death and her belief he was killed. "And then they made it seem as though he made that suicide attempt two weeks earlier. His lawyers claimed that he was roughed up by his cellmate around the neck, that was all like to plant the seed and then that's why I really believe it like really believe it."

Robach also claims that she had proof that Epstein's righthand woman, Ghislaine Maxwell, would recruit the girls for the sex operation.

"I had all sorts of stuff on her too. I love it. I really I'm like it's so funny to hear everyone say her name, because I'm like oh my god. And everybody's like 'who's that? who cares?' I kept getting that, 'who cares um she knows everything? She knows. She knows. She should she should be careful as well she was his like, she went out and recruited all of these girls. She should watch her back because if she goes...I mean I'd have like security guards all around me," Robach said hinting that Maxwell could be murdered.

Many have argued that members of the mainstream media worked to cover up Epstein's various ties to powerful politicians. Robach claims she had this story ready to go in 2016. According to her, it would have implicated Bill Clinton as well, and therefore would have potentially caused even more headaches for his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Robach also says she thinks the network squashed the story because ABC was afraid it would have hurt their chances for an interview with members of the Royal Family. This raises the question, was ABC News interested in pursuing the truth about Epstein or were they merely worried about their bottom line? How should they be trusted after this?
I came to post this exact same thing!!!!!! Great minds, hmmm
 





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It's also being shown on the national news channels in Australia this morning
Your press is obviously better than ours.. so far no mainstream US outlets are reporting about this. *crickets* Well, except ABC News which is in full damage control along with the anchor in the tape, who is now saying that her story wasn't fit for being aired anyways and the camera just caught her venting at the time :rolleyes:
 





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Funny how ABC promoted the wildest, most unfounded accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, but when it came to Epstein, witnesses and documentation didn’t meet their standards for journalism.

This is getting tons of coverage in the non-mainstream media, but nothing much from the alphabet networks, except Fox.
 





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...for those my age... you'll probably 'get it' right away... but for those who don't, I've included the (impossibly lame) YouTube of the inspiration tune for this meme... from 1979...
....re: the (lame) music vid... notice the brunette actress/background singer paired with the 'strumpet' girl in red... she's like a 1979 'Handmaid's Tale' - minus the hoodie... and that head-down, subdued/submissive thing she does, bowing her head...(?)

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