Another massive update on Jeffrey Epstein.
According to a new report, Jeffrey Epstein had “three computer rooms the size of houses” at his Zorro ranch.
The rooms were used to spy on guests.
JEFFREY Epstein’s notorious Zorro Ranch had three computer rooms “the size of houses” to spy on famous guests including Prince Andrew, one of the pedophile’s victims has claimed.
Former employee Maria Farmer alleges footage would include the Duke of York’s alleged seven-day stay at Epstein’s 33,339 square foot desert estate in New Mexico in 2000.
Epstein reportedly had the warped idea of using the ranch for inseminating women with his sperm with the aim of creating a ‘master race’.
Local radio station owner Eddy Aragon has obtained architect plans, which date back to 1998, five years after Epstein purchased the property.
The plans, obtained by The Sun, reveal a huge underground floor, around 8,000 sq ft in size, which includes exercise, massage and jacuzzi rooms, later transformed into a pool area.
They also show three unusually large “mechanical rooms” on this lower floor.
Farmer claims the rooms, usually for a boiler and electrics, were packed with Epstein and alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell’s computers and video equipment for his spying network.
She told The Sun: “All of Epstein’s residences had these mechanical rooms and tunnel systems. I know this because Epstein told me.
“These rooms were enormous – bigger than houses. I have no idea why anyone needs so many computers in one room.
“There were pinhole cameras to record everything on every estate. The cameras were ubiquitous. You couldn’t see them unless they were pointed out to you.”
This report comes after evidence surfaced that Epstein was not suicidal before his death.
Epstein helped put Shuliak through dental school. He gave no indication during the call that he was going to commit suicide, according to the newspaper.
It fits with the remainder of the unclassified pages – including a clinical intervention report – which were uncovered after The Times filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. The report was filed on July 11, 2019 stated that Epstein ‘continues to deny any suicidal ideation, intention or plan.’
‘I have no interest in killing myself,’ the disgraced financier told a prison psychologist, according to the BOP documents. He also said he was a ‘coward’ and did not like pain.
‘I would not do that to myself,’ he added.
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