Maxwell and Prince Andrew have been scrutinized most in the press. This year, (now former) head of the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman claimed Andrew had provided “zero cooperation” in the investigation. In June, The Sun reported Berman’s office asked British officials to hand over the Duke of York for questioning. Andrew’s attorneys issued an unprecedented statement, claiming the 60-year-old royal had offered himself as a witness “on at least three occasions this year.” The legal team suggested U.S. prosecutors were “perhaps seeking publicity rather than accepting the assistance proffered.” … [Read more...] about A Year After Epstein’s Arrest, Will Victims Finally Get Justice?
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Outside the courthouse flanked by two alleged victims, Allred said all of her clients are planning to file lawsuits against Epstein’s estate seeking damages. One of the women standing beside her, who did not publicly speak in court, was holding her five-month old daughter wearing a onesie that said, “Strong like mommy.” … [Read more...] about Epstein Victims Vent Anger at ‘Coward,’ While His Lawyers Hint at Conspiracy
Amid calls for his resignation, Acosta blamed Krischer's office for being "ready to let Epstein walk free, no jail time, nothing." Acosta said that was "completely unacceptable" and, when the U.S. attorney's office became involved, his office secured jail time — 13 months with work-release privileges — restitution and registration as a sex offender. … [Read more...] about Alex Acosta redirects Jeffrey Epstein case criticism to Florida prosecutor Barry Krischer