LauraLoomer.US has learned exclusively that Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has retained the law firm Goodwin Procter to investigate all donations MIT received from disgraced pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell last month.
In an internal memo, Rafael Reif, the President of MIT said,
“After recent events centered on the Media Lab, I know there is tremendous sense of pain, sadness, and disappointment across campus and throughout our global community. We all want answers. Last Saturday we retained the law firm Goodwin Procter to perform a thorough investigation of the facts surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s interactions with MIT.
If you have any information relevant to the investigation that you would like to share with the law firm, please email [email protected]”
As reported by this site, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab director, Joi Ito, who resigned after a bombshell report revealed he pocketed millions in donations from convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, stepped down from The New York Times Company’s board of directors on Monday.
Documents obtained by reporter Ronan Farrow show the MIT lab director used the elite university’s media lab to accrue over $1.7 million in donations from Epstein and marked them as anonymous to avoid “disclosing their full, extent publicly and within the university.”
Epstein was listed as “disqualified” in M.I.T’s official donor base, yet the Media Lab concealed Epstein’s donations by marking the sex offender’s contributions as “anonymous.”
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