Jeffrey Epstein: The Legal Aberrations Involved in the Coverup of Child Abuse

When:  Jun 3, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (ET)

The Organized and Extreme Abuse Special Interest Group is excited to offer this special member-only webinar focusing on the case of Jeffrey Epstein as told by journalist Nick Bryant. Please note that no continuing education credits are offered for this webinar.

Jeffrey Epstein: The Legal Aberrations Involved in the Cover-Up of Child Abuse

This presentation will address the many legal aberrations that occurred in the Epstein case that allowed perpetrators to escape justice. The presentation will be germane to clinicians, because they may encounter egregious legal aberrations that have prevented their clients from receiving justice by federal and state authorities. The presentation will also show clinicians how the Epstein case continues to allow powerful perpetrators to escape justice and offer clinicians the reasons for such egregious legal aberrations.

Learning Objectives 

  • Describe the early cover-up of Jeffrey Epstein's pedophile network
  • Discuss the ongoing cover-up of Jeffrey Epstein's pedophile network
  • Explain the aberrations of justice that occur to protect pedophile networks
  • Discuss the reasons behind the legal aberrations

Nick Bryant is an independent writer and investigative journalist who is best known for his book, "The Franklin Scandal", which was published in 2009 and which was the result of a seven-year investigation into a high level, politically-connected, child sexual abuse grouping that had connections with members of a major political party, law enforcement and the Church, and where a full accounting of the abuses was impeded by elements of law enforcement, the judiciary, and the press. Other books Nick has been involved in writing include co-authoring, "Confessions of a DC Madam: The Politics of Sex, Lies, and Blackmai", (Trineday: Walterville, Oregon, 2014), and co-authoring, "America’s Children: Triumph or Tragedy", (American Public Health Association: Washington, DC, 1994). Nick regularly publishes articles in the mainstream press focused on the plight of disadvantaged children in the United States, as well as articles on a range of other topics. He is based in New York.

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