The Wall Street Journal has released Part 2 of its documents regarding Jeffrey Epstein that show deeper relationships between the disgraced financier and a number of prominent people in schedules and emails.
In Part 1, we got detailed information about Epstein’s relationship with Ariane de Rothschild, William Burns, Joshua Cooper Ramo, Noam Chomsky, Kathryn Ruemmler, Leon Botstein, and others.
Part 2 is about Woody Allen, Ehud Barak, Lawrence Summers, Leon Black, Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman and two names that are of interest to us: Terje Rød-Larsen and Swedish Eva Andersson-Dubin.
The following is the Wall Street Journal’s write-up about the diplomat:
The documents show that on the guest list for a film screening with Woody Allen in 2014, was Terje Rød-Larsen, a Norwegian diplomat who helped negotiate the Oslo agreement in the 1990s.
The documents reveal Epstein also made plans for Mr. Rød-Larsen to visit his private island in 2012. The diplomat came so frequently to Epstein’s townhouse—dozens of times from 2013 to 2017—that the staff knew to have cucumbers on hand for his gin, the documents show.
Mr. Rød-Larsen resigned in 2020 as president of the International Peace Institute after Norwegian newspaper DN reported he visited the townhouse frequently, had received a $130,000 personal loan from Epstein, and had accepted about $650,000 in donations from Epstein foundations for the nonprofit.
The IPI said in 2020 that it was unaware of the donations and the loan, and that Mr. Rød-Larsen had apologised for his “failed judgement.”
Mr. Rød-Larsen didn’t respond to requests for comment. A spokeswoman for the IPI said it had no comment beyond its 2020 statement.