August 31, 2022
There is a lot to unpack behind the tragic story of George Tonks, who was framed by the FBI for wire fraud and spent 16 years in jail. He endured multiple polygraphs and passed all of them, and yet the corrupt system imprisoned him for something he did not commit.
I became familiar with George Tonks when I saw the notification about the death of his dear friend Steven Hoffenberg. Steven Hoffenberg was also framed by the FBI, for the crime of a Ponzi scheme.
Steven’s body lay dead for a week, police refused to do a wellness check.
A FOCUS ON A TRAFFICKED SURVIVOR
It began when he was drugged and molested at 12 years old by a man named David Daly who lured him up to the Penthouse of Marina Towers (Marina City), Chicago.
Born in the south side of Chicago, his mother got him into modelling at the age of twelve.
Before you read this blog, please go back to my previous blog – PART ONE and watch the very interesting informative and brave interview of George Tonks.
Who is Maria Farmer?
Maria Farmer suffered a stroke last week, but the fighter that she is did not stop her from a scheduled interview and spoke from her hospital bed.
Maria Farmer is known for providing the first criminal complaint to law enforcement, to the New York City Police Department and to the FBI, in 1996 about the conduct of financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein
During George Tonks’ interview he speaks a lot of Les Wexner.
Who is Les Wexner?
Watch these short clips below to get familiar with Wexner.
Let’s start with the companies Wexner owns:
- Bath & Body Works – Wexner, who owned a company he founded in 1963 called L Brands (which has now split into Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works), hired Epstein on as his financial adviser.
- Victoria’s Secret
- The Limited
- Abercrombie & Fitch
- Henri Bendel
- Lane Bryant