Jeffrey Epstein had a private office of his own at Harvard university despite being a drop-out himself, and long after he was convicted of being a pedophile. In a “bombshell” letter to alumni, Harvard University President Lawrence Bacow admitted on Friday that the Ivy League school was a lot more tangled up with the perverted financier than they previously admitted. Out of $9.1 million that Epstein donated before he was convicted, an audit showed some was never spent, so they donated the left-over $201,000 to sex-trafficking charities. The big problem is that millions more were funneled to some interesting Harvard research labs. Every penny drained down into a spooky Deep State scientific black hole, and it’s staying there.
The pervert’s private office
A “detailed an internal review” showed that even after Epstein was convicted in 2008, the school kept taking his money. Only, they took it from his friends, so the checks wouldn’t have his name on them. He sent so much money their way, that until 2017 they gave him his own workspace. Ranking academics resented the fact that nobody could even share “Jeffrey’s office” when he wasn’t around. Offices at Harvard are a perk and a privilege and are always in short supply.
Despite never actually finishing college himself, Epstein was allowed to become a “visiting fellow.” The job is supposed to be that of an “independent researcher.” Epstein was actually on the books as “a graduate research student” in the “School of the Arts and Science.” The only reason he was allowed the position was because, “Epstein’s name was submitted by Dr. Stephen Kosslyn who between 1998 and 2002 had received $200,000 in donations for his work and did not disclose it.”
According to the 27-page report, “After reviewing these records, we conclude, and no one argues to the contrary, that Epstein lacked the academic qualifications Visiting Fellows typically possess and his application proposed a course of study Epstein was unqualified to pursue.”
The pedophile started the ‘PED’ program
The audit report documented “more than 40 visits” by the pervert to a program that he had given money to. Many people wonder if he smiled every time he walked in his office to work on the program he founded with a $6.5 million grant in 2003. They called it the “PED” program. That was short for “Program for Evolutionary Dynamics.” The research they still perform is “spooky.” Especially considering Epstein’s ties to George Soros. Then there are Ghislaine Maxwell’s suspected intelligence network connections. Lastly, there’s a tenured Harvard Professor who helped set up biochemistry labs in Wuhan, China.
What Epstein’s “PED” program was created to work on, is “study of the principles of mathematics that researchers think guided evolution.” One of the biggest questions to emerge from the new information is the possibility that Epstein’s focus on government funded research labs might have had something to do with a blackmail scheme implicating world leaders and captains of finance and industry. The plea deal that he was given by disgraced former South Florida federal prosecutor Alexander Acosta was particularly lenient while totally protecting all of Epstein’s accomplices at the same time.
According to the letter issued by Bacow’s office, “The report issued today describes principled decision-making but also reveals institutional and individual shortcomings that must be addressed.” Somebody got nervous when Epstein ended up dead in his cell on August 10, 2019. They quickly but quietly launched an internal investigation. It didn’t take long to learn that Epstein paid them $9.1 million between 1998 and 2008. That stopped “when he was convicted of sex crimes and given a remarkably lax deal.”
Never a danger to the co-eds
Harvard Vice President and top lawyer Diane Lopez dug through more than 250,000 pages of documents before breathing a heavy sigh of relief that there is no evidence they knew he was a danger to the co-eds before it broke in the news. It’s a good thing too, because, “During the years before Epstein’s criminal activity became known to the public, various Harvard faculty and administrators pursued donations from him.”
In 2008, Harvard quit taking donations directly from Epstein but the money didn’t stop flowing. “Some members of the Harvard community continued their relationships with Epstein even after his conviction.” When “several faculty members sought to overturn” that decision, the dean of faculty said, “no.” They found a way around it. The money soon came from different sources which made it perfectly legal. “These relationships in and of themselves did not violate Harvard policies,” Bacow writes. He even kept his office.
According to the report, “development officers at Harvard knew about Epstein’s continued involvement in encouraging others to donate to Harvard and did not take steps to discourage these efforts despite knowing that gifts would not be welcome from him.”
Fascinated with evolution
Epstein was so fascinated by “the principles of mathematics that researchers think guided evolution,” that he visited the Program for Evolutionary Dynamics repeatedly. It was his own pet project. “Epstein maintained a relationship with the director of the PED, Professor Martin Nowak, over the next 15 years, including after Epstein’s release from prison,” the report confirms. “While we have not been able to determine the precise number of campus visits,” they think that Epstein visited his office “more than 40 times between 2010 and 2018.”
Everyone would think he was there to chase skirts but “there was no evidence Epstein interacted with undergraduate students.” He was there to visit the teachers. “the financier appeared to use the visits to speak to academics in the Cambridge area covering both Harvard and MIT.” As the dots are beginning to get connected, it starts to show that George Soros was connected to Wuhan, China. The nephew of George Soros, Peter Soros was embarrassed when his name turned up in Epstein’s black book. Epstein is now linked to several Harvard professors, including some who specialized in biochemistry. Harvard’s biochemistry professor has been linked to Wuhan.