Tags: Jeffrey Epstein, prison
Ethan Roberts knows about mackerel discipline first hand. Mr. Roberts, who was released in 2007 after serving eight years on a methamphetamine charge at prisons including the La Tuna Federal Correctional Institution in Texas, says he got busted for various piscine transactions. “I paid gambling debts” with mackerel, he says. “One time I bought cigarettes for a friend who was in the hole.”
Frankly, other than linking to our old friend, I’m not sure what else I can add.
Mackerel Economics in Prison Leads to Appreciation for Oily Fillets [Wall Street Journal]
Tags: Jeffrey Epstein, ladies, prison
Honestly, we never cared much either way about massage enthusiast/Bear Stearns investor Jeff Epstein but we’re starting to love The Ladies Man who, according to Page Six, has been spending his incarcerated days “at the [prison] library e-mailing various models he befriended in New York, sending them boxes of chocolates and promising them career help.” No sense wasting time getting back in the saddle.
We Hear [NYP]
Tags: Jeffrey Epstein, Private Banking, sex
What is it that convicted sex-criminal Jeffrey Epstein does? We mean apart from pay very young women for sexually charged massages? What is it he does for his clients? The New York Times sent business reporter Landon Thomas all the way to Epstein’s estate in St. Thomas to find out. (Tough assignment, that.) But Thomas came up with only vague hints.
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