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Dec 3, 2021
In this episode of Kash’s Corner, we take a closer look at three high-profile trials currently making their way through the courts: Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and business associate of Jeffrey Epstein; Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the blood-testing company Theranos, who is accused of wire fraud and conspiracy; ...
Kash’s Corner: Three Bombshell Cases—A Closer Look at the Ghislaine Maxwell, Elizabeth Holmes, and Jussie Smollett Trials
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To many, the name Kash Patel has become legendary. He was the investigator who uncovered key parts of what would become one of the biggest scandals in American history—surveillance of a presidential campaign and then sitting president on the basis of unverified and highly suspect research by the opposing campaign. After two decades of work in the U.S. government, Kash Patel has singular insights into the inner workings of much of America’s national security apparatus, from the Department of Justice to America’s counterrorism efforts. Now, in this new exclusive Epoch Times production, Epoch Times senior editor Jan Jekielek will sit down every week with Kash Patel, who will give us his insider take of the big events of our day, from the evolving Israel-Hamas conflict to the intelligence community’s investigations into the origins of COVID-19, or CCP virus.
About Kash Patel And Jan Jekielek
Kash Patel is most well-known for his work on the House Intelligence Committee, leading Congressman Devin Nunes’ investigation into allegations of Trump-Russia collusion. A former DOJ terrorism prosecutor, he was personally recruited by Congressman Nunes, and he would play a critical role uncovering the FBI’s abuses and beyond, a major scandal later dubbed “Spygate.” But beyond that, Kash Patel has held key roles across a large swath of America’s national security apparatus. He led counterrorism at the National Security Council—where he oversaw the elimination of ISIS and Al-Qaeda leadership like al-Baghdadi and Qasem al-Rimi. He also served as the right-hand man to the Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell, Chief of Staff to Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, and was at one point the presidential aide responsible for the nuclear football.