Katie J’s Testimony v. Donald J. Trump:
Alleging he tied, beat, raped and threatened her with murder when she was 13 years old
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In this video, Katie Johnson aka “Jane Doe” alleges that Donald J. Trump, the 2016 Republican Presidential nominee, bound her, beat her, raped her, robbed her virginity and threatened her with murder, in Manhattan, during the summer of 1994, when she Katie was 13-years-old.
According to federal claims to U.S. Courts (visible at http://j.mp/2lgYD4x) plus this video testimony, Donald J. Trump was aided and abetted in the alleged crimes by now-convicted sex offender Jeffrey E. Epstein, at whose New York City home, the “Wexner Mansion” on 9 East 71st Street, the sexual assaults against 13-year-old Katie (aka “Jane Doe”), 12-year-old “Maria Doe” and possibly other minors allegedly occurred.
Lisa Bloom, attorney for many sexual assault victims,wrote compellingly in The Huffington Post “Why The New Child Rape Case Filed Against Donald Trump Should Not Be Ignored” (http://j.mp/2NQUSAl).
Bloom noted that Katie Johnson’s federal lawsuit, mysteriously withdrawn on 11/4/16 just before the election, contained something most rape claims do not: An alleging eyewitness, code-named “Tiffany Doe,” who attests that she procured Katie and other underage girls for sexual activity with Epstein and Epstein’s guests, of whom Trump was one. By October, 2016, Katie’s claims also were backed by an additional witness, “Joan Doe.”
If it’s all true, what occurred at Manhattan’s “Wexner Mansion” during the “Eyes Wide Shut” 1990s would seem to exceed, for sheer debauchery and criminality, anything Kubrick depicted in his final film. What follows is a message from the videographer Jonathann Launer (http://j.mp/32rmSxZ
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From: Jonathann Launer
Date: Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 12:22 AM
To whom it may concern,
My name is Jonathann Launer. I am an award winning filmmaker in Los Angeles. In February 2016, I was hired to film an interview with Katie Johnson, who apparantly had some Donald Trump story to tell. I drove to San Diego, and met Ms. Johnson. She was there with Al Taylor. She began the story, and she accused Mr. Trump of rape, and was very detailed in her allegations.
Now just to be very clear, I have no personal agenda, no beef with Mr. Trump, and no political affiliations whatsoever. I was simply there as a hired gun to do what I do. Film. As the interview went on, she gave more and more graphic detail about the alleged rape. I could tell she was very upset and genuinely disturbed. She was shaking and had to compose herself several times during the interview.
I am not an expert in psychology, and don’t claim to diagnose her mental state, but I DO know acting when I see it. I do not believe she was acting. I believed she was telling the truth as she saw it. Now, I’m not accusing Mr. Trump of anything, as I was not there. But what I saw in Ms. Johnson’s interview was very convincing. I have no stake in this whatsoever, and have nothing to gain. I have no ownership in the footage. Like I said, I was just hired to do a job.
NOTE: On July 7, 2016, the underlying, non-blurred edition of Katie J’s Testimony was received by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) and Martin “Marty” Baron, Editor of The Washington Post, via couriered DVD. On July 9, the same non-blurry version was hand-delivered to the front door of House Speaker Paul Ryan’s home in Janesville, WI; to Sidney “Skip” Bliss, owner of The Janesville Gazette; and sent as well to Charles G. Koch, CEO of Koch Industries, Wichita, KS.
During the Cleveland GOP Convention he chaired and going into November, Speaker Ryan’s endorsement of Trump for President was constant, as were the endorsements of many others here who knew or should have known of Katie’s legal claims: