Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Infinite Means’ May Be a Mirage
James B. Stewart
Mr. Epstein, facing sex-trafficking charges, has long been hailed as a financial wizard. He got rich with the help of two wealthy connections, but there is little evidence he’s a billionaire.
had an extensive relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, lending him money and providing trading services — up until May 2019, when the bank cut him off.
In doing this story, we decided to ditch the phrase “hedge fund manager” because not sure it really describes what Epstein’s investment firm was doing.
Proposal: Maybe Jeffrey Epstein was, at least partially, just Anna Delveying at the absolute highest level? Like, if you confidantly show up in a jet to buy an island, do that just give it to you and assume you're good for it?
Yashar Ali 🐘
NEW: Big New York Times story on Jeffrey Epstein’s wealth and his relationship with Deutsche Bank.
Erin wind cancer Ryan
1-How many times has Les Wexner fear-crapped his pants over the last week 2-How much longer are half of the buildings on
’s campus going to be named after Wexner 3- what the utter fuck
“Much of that appears to be an illusion, and there is little evidence that Mr. Epstein is a billionaire.” This age is about dismantling Potemkin villages of Uber rich
Jeffrey Epstein is routinely described as a "billionaire." Much of that appears to be an illusion. Terrific story by
Tressie McMillan Cottom
NYTimes: Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Infinite Means’ May Be a Mirage Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Infinite Means’ May Be a Mirage
"Instant rapport" says to me "shared pathologies". And wait for the #soctwitter nod towards the end.
The postmodern book about Jeff Epstein should be called "Infinite Jets"
Curious why this Wexner guy was instantly so beholden to Jeffrey Epstein. 🤔
Deutsche Bank makes an appearance in yet another sordid story.
Beware of rich guys who aren't as rich as they say they are.
Also rich guys who do business with Deutsche Bank
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“He appears to have been doing business and trading currencies through Deutsche Bank until just a few months ago.”
Apparently you can now live like a Bond villain for less than a billion dollars
Not surprised that the worst & most corrupt bank in the world (Deutsche Bank) worked closed with Epstein. Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Infinite Means’ May Be a Mirage