On this, the return edition of Parallax Views, independent journalist Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review joins us once again for the latest in the sordid saga of Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire sex offender with associates in the highest positions of wealth and power. Pearse famously joined us for a two-part deep dive into the dirty details of the Epstein case in September of 2018 (see episodes 29 and 30). Fast-forward to July 2019: Epstein has been arrested in New York on federal charges of sex trafficking and his sordid saga has broken into the mainstream consciousness. This episode touches on a number of the new developments in the case such as the Palm Beach Police Department's PR crisis in relation to the work-release program they gave Epstein, grifting "journalist" Mike Cernovich inserting himself into the latest arrest, the decoy passport authorities found in Epstein's New York mansion, claims of intelligence agency ties to Epstein, the mainstream and alternative media's approaches to the story, Epstein's movements in Hollywood after 2008, and much, much more. It's a jam-packed return for Parallax View that runs over 2 hours dealing with a case that could crack open the taboo discussion about how the wealthy and power wield undue influence in society.