Google co-founder subpoenaed in Jeffrey Epstein case

Credit goes to Whitney Webb and our friends at Redacted.


Did you know that Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, has been
subpoenaed in a case related to Jeffrey Epstein?


This is the company that owns YouTube and has
aggressively censored every truth-teller,
including Brasscheck.


And it goes even deeper.

People who downplayed their relationship with Jeffrey Epstein are continuing to have to answer for it. The Wall Street Journal published more documents related to Epstein’s life and they show powerful people with regular contact with him after a sex crime conviction, including Bill Gates. We speak with journalist Whitney Webb about what is new and what we already knew and how much more backtracking we are going to see from wealthy and powerful people.


2 Responses to “Google co-founder subpoenaed in Jeffrey Epstein case”

  1. NPP says:

    Ryan Dawson accuses Ms. Webb of plagiarising his work.
    I’ve watched him on the Epstein story for years
    He is the go-to on Epstein.

    Ryan would likely label me as a virus-denying kook, but c’est la vie… that’s another subject.

  2. Tapestry says:

    All good work is copied. If you’re not copied you’re crap. So don’t complain!