The Man Who Published Epstein’s Black Book Nick Bryant, Author of The Franklin Scandal - Our Exclusive Interview

Day 3 of Ghislaine Maxwell Hearing NYC 12/1/21

🗽 NYC Dec 1st 2021 - Day 3 of Ghislaine Maxwell Trial

📣. Our Exclusive Interview with Nick Bryant, the man who published “Epstein’s black book” #epsteinsblackbook

Advocate & Writer of “The Franklin Scandal” a story of a nationwide #pedophile ring that pandered children to a cabal of the rich and powerful. The ring’s pimps were a pair of political powerbrokers who had access to the highest levels of our government.

“The Franklin Scandal and the Epstein scandal are quite similar in the sense that both child trafficking networks were covered up by state and federal authorities and the mainstream media was complicit, because it never demanded justice for the children whose lives had been disfigured.  I started investigating the Epstein network in 2012, when I acquired his "Little Black Book"—seven years before the case broke nationally. I pitched an article on the Little Black Book for three years to mainstream media outlets, but, like The Franklin Scandal, my pitches were met with unbridled skepticism and incredulity. In 2015, finally, Gawker published the Little Black Book and accompanying articles. I found it ironic that Gawker, considered to be the mean kids in the media, had the fortitude to publish a story about children whose lives have been disfigured with impunity, whereas media outlets ostensibly immersed in integrity had rejected the story.”


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#interview #soundoffreedom #pedophilering #thefranklinscandal

A bit more: We met Nick Bryant during a time when he was organizing a rally of Survivors Standing with Survivors for Survivors in Solidarity with the Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell Survivors

🗽 NYC Dec 1st 2021 - Day 3 of Ghislaine Maxwell Trial

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