Colonial Bank In Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book

July 11, 2019

As billionaire pedophile Jeffery Epstein sits where he belongs, in jail, and the creep trail swings ever closer to both Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, there is a significant point I haven’t seen anyone address; Colonial Bank.

Tucked into Epstein’s “little black book” is a reference that is circled to “Colonial Bank, Palm Beach”. Included is the name “Leonor”. The book entries and background can be found at this link to an old Gawker article, unfortunately I could not cut-and-paste so you will have to see it here, on page 64 of the 92-page book:

The entries that are circled are referred to as “material witnesses” to Epstein’s sexual crimes and those of his patrons. The black book was stolen by Epstein’s butler who tried to sell it.

Nobody can quite explain where Epstein got his fortune.
So why is Colonial Bank one of the few businesses that were circled for emphasis?

Here is the Wiki on Colonial Bank:

“The bank ran into problems after it was revealed that it had bought over $1 billion in mortgages from Taylor, Bean & Whitaker that Taylor Bean did not own in one of the biggest fraud cases in history. The CEO of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker, Lee Farkas, was put on trial and found guilty of fraud. Bobby Lowder, the CEO of Colonial Bank, was investigated and was not involved with the fraud.[1]

Between 2002 and 2009, Catherine Kissick, former senior vice president of Colonial Bank and head of Colonial Bank’s Mortgage Warehouse Lending Division, and her co-conspirators, including former Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Chairman Lee Farkas, engaged in a scheme to defraud various entities and individuals, including Colonial Bank, Colonial BancGroup, Taylor, Bean & Whitaker, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, and the investing public.[2]

According to court documents, Taylor, Bean & Whitaker began running overdrafts in its master bank account at Colonial Bank. Starting in 2002, Kissick, Farkas and their co-conspirators engaged in a series of fraudulent actions to cover up the overdrafts, first by sweeping overnight money from one Taylor, Bean & Whitaker account with excess in another, and later through the fictitious “sales” of mortgage loans to Colonial Bank, a fraud the conspirators dubbed “Plan B”. The conspirators accomplished “Plan B” by selling Colonial Bank mortgage loans that did not exist or that Taylor, Bean & Whitaker had already committed or sold to other third-party investors.[2]”

“The bankruptcy trustee for Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp., once one of the nation’s biggest privately held mortgage companies, sued PricewaterhouseCoopers as the auditor of Colonial Bank, seeking $5.5 billion in damages. On December 28, 2017, a Federal judge ruled PricewaterhouseCoopers was liable.[8]

The trustee had alleged in the 2013 suit that PricewaterhouseCoopers was negligent in not detecting a massive fraud scheme that brought down Taylor, Bean & Whitaker and helped trigger the 2009 collapse of Colonial Bank, a Montgomery, Alabama, bank with $25 billion in assets, one of the biggest U.S. bank collapses during the Great Recession.[9]”


So, it seems Colonial was involved in a $5.5 billion lawsuit in one of the largest known mortgage frauds of this century.

Why did Epstein’s butler circle this bank, a private company circled for emphasis along with names like “Courtney Love”?

Was this part of Epstein’s cash cow?


Let’s take a look at what Epstein may have really been up to with his shop of sexual horrors: it sure seems that he was a “honeypot trap” for one or more intelligence agencies:

“Epstein’s name, I was told, had been raised by the Trump transition team when Alexander Acosta, the former U.S. attorney in Miami who’d infamously cut Epstein a non-prosecution plea deal back in 2007, was being interviewed for the job of labor secretary. The plea deal put a hard stop to a separate federal investigation of alleged sex crimes with minors and trafficking.

“Is the Epstein case going to cause a problem [for confirmation hearings]?” Acosta had been asked. Acosta had explained, breezily, apparently, that back in the day he’d had just one meeting on the Epstein case. He’d cut the non-prosecution deal with one of Epstein’s attorneys because he had “been told” to back off, that Epstein was above his pay grade. “I was told Epstein ‘belonged to intelligence’ and to leave it alone,” he told his interviewers in the Trump transition, who evidently thought that was a sufficient answer and went ahead and hired Acosta. (The Labor Department had no comment when asked about this.)”


So Acosta said Epstein “belonged to intelligence”.
Whose “intelligence”?

Enter Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s partner and the woman who allegedly recruited young girls for Epstein’s sex ring:

Ghislaine Maxwell’s father was Robert Maxwell, a Mossad operative that mysteriously fell of a yacht and drowned. Check out this fantastic expose’ on Muckrock:

“Sir Robert Maxwell is mostly remembered as the Czech-born British media mogul who owned the Daily Mirror and was a Member of Parliament. Less remembered is that he was an alleged spy for both the U.K. and Israel, and was accused of ties to the Mossad abduction of Mordechai Vanunu – accusations which he denied shortly before his apparent suicide. All but forgotten, however, are his alleged ties to the PROMIS affair, thanks in no small part to the FBI withdrawing his file from public view. The withheld materials describe Maxwell accessing an NSA database with information on tapping government databases, which is precisely what U.S. and Israeli intelligence are accused of modifying PROMIS to do.”

Please read the entire article, it points to a deep rabbit-hole.
So Maxwell was intel.
Acosta said he was told to back off Epstein because “He belonged to intelligence”

It seems so clear that Epstein was protected and was a likely honeypot trap. If this is used to bring down his alleged fellow sexual predator Donald Trump, it will bring down a bunch of other rich, powerful people too.

As CIA agent James McCord said during Watergate, “Every tree in the forest will fall”.

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4 Responses to Colonial Bank In Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book

  1. Fayez Abedaziz on July 11, 2019 at 6:32 pm

    It’s the American way.
    Politicians and the rich and the phony American feminists and social media fun.
    How about that.

  2. Tex on August 2, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    There’s more to this greasy little butt-weasel’s story than meets the eye…Israeli Intelligence or a bag-man for some seriously hard, piping-hitting criminal malcontents?

  3. Fayez Abedaziz on August 11, 2019 at 9:51 pm

    since comments will only go on if they are less than a second cause
    and a couple sentences… captcha is gonna expi

    • JT on August 12, 2019 at 2:07 pm

      My IT people said due to software, pre-write long comments and cut-and-paste them into comment section, best I can do to avoid spam and other..

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