Prince Andrew and Jeff Epstein
Aug 21, 2019
British Prince Andrew was a long-time friend of Jeff Epstein, and they traveled together many times to Pedo Island on the “Lolita Express.” So the arrest of Epstein has brought this into many headlines recently.
Some of us have known about this for many years, but it was always filed under the category of “conspiracy theory.”
Andrew found it necessary on August 19 to deny that he had anything to do with Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. (It is amazing how ignorant people can be when they want to.)
The prince had been accused in 2015 of having sex with a 17-year-old but managed to avoid trial.
Earlier, in 2010, the prince was filmed peeking out from the door of Epstein’s mansion and waving goodbye to Katherine Keating, the daughter of Australian former PM Paul Keating.
A mystery brunette seen with Prince Andrew in a bombshell video shot at Jeffrey Epstein's New York mansion in December 2010 is Katherine Keating, the daughter of former Australian prime minister Paul Keating, her friends have told DailyMail.com.
Keating, now 37, is the woman pictured leaving the Manhattan townhouse and being waved at by Prince Andrew nine years ago.
A second photograph obtained by DailyMail.com showed her just minutes after leaving the apartment, standing on the corner of E71st Street and 5th Avenue.
Her father Paul Keating's secretary told DailyMail.com he was 'aware of what the enquiry was about, but he would not be making a comment'.
The video, first published by the Mail on Sunday, has plunged Prince Andrew into fresh controversy over his relationship with the pedophile, who took his own life earlier this month.
So it appears that the Epstein is spilling over into the UK and Australia. No doubt as time passes, it will spread even further among other royal families and the powerful upper echelons of government. We have only just begun, and I believe this investigation will continue for as long as Trump is president.
Keep in mind that Prince Andrew was the one who presided over the return of the Coronation Stone to Scotland on St. Andrews Day, November 29, 1996. We saw this as a sign of the transfer of authority from the princes of men to the saints of the Most High. (Andrew means “manly”.)