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I think it's important to keep the real estate transactions in mind when studying Jeffrey Epstein and his role as an "intelligence asset".

In 1992 the Office of Foreign Missions rented to Jeffrey Epstein the residence located at 34 East 69 Street
formerly used by the Deputy Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran (“Iran”). The lease commenced on February 1, 1992. Initially the lease was for a 2- year term.

On August 1992 Epstein extended the lease term for an additional 5 years through 1997.
The Office of Foreign Missions (OFM) is responsible for implementing the Secretary’s mandate under the Foreign Missions Act 2 facilitate secure + efficient operations of U.S. missions abroad, and of foreign missions + international organizations in the US

Jeffrey Epstein was already very much entrenched into the life of Leslie Wexner at the time he entered into a lease with the United States government.

In 1989 Leslie Wexner purchased 9 East 71st Street where Epstein would move into in 1996. Wexner in 1997 purchases
A duplex at 834 Fifth Avenue. One year after Epstein goes to jail in 2009 Wexner puts the Fifth Avenue duplex on the market:

However the house rented by the United States government via The Office of Foreign Missions (OFM) to Jeffrey Epstein is a rarely discussed topic which imo sheds light into Epstein's connection to our government and his connection w/ foreign intelligence.
Jeffrey Epstein even with the United States government believed he was above the law. In 1996 Epstein sublet the building to attorney Ivan S. Fisher without the Government's consent. Fisher, in turn, sublet a portion of the building to several subtenants.
Of note: Ivan Fisher was the attorney for the infamous Pizza Connection case, the longest federal criminal trial in US history and the French Connection turned into a movie. These were drug trafficking cases.

When the United States severed diplomatic ties with Iran in 1980, the Deputy General Consul vacated the house, but the Premises remained the property of Iran. The Government, through the Secretary of State, was entrusted with the care and maintenance of the Premises
under the Foreign Missions Act ("FMA"), 22 U.S.C. § 4305(c), and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, Apr. 24, 1963, art. 27(1) (a), 21 U.S.T. 77, 596 U.N.T.S. 261, a multilateral treaty entered into by the United States and Iran, among other nations.
As stated, Epstein did not abide by the terms of his lease with the Office of Foreign Missions and the United States then began a lawsuit to oust Epstein and his subtenant Ivan Fisher (who also allowed other people into the house) from the property.

The lawsuit states
that and I quote:

"Epstein and his family continued to reside at the Premises until January of 1996, at which time Epstein abandoned."

Who were the members of Epstein's "family"? Was it Ghislane Maxwell? Did Epstein's "family" according to the US government include
one or more of the sexually trafficked children?

In arguing the case against Epstein the United States attempted to state that the arrangement with Epstein fell under "Federal Law" and not under traditional New York State "Landlord/Tenant" Law.
Even this debate of whether the eviction of Epstein and his subtenant Fisher belonged under "Federal" law or local New York law is fascinating.

Ultimately it was decided under New York State Landlord/Tenant law and Epstein along with Fisher was evicted.
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