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The Jeffrey Epstein Investigation Continues After His Death. Here’s Who Else Could Be Investigated

Prosecutors have vowed that Jeffrey Epstein’s death will not stop the child sex abuse investigation that led to his arrest.

The new sex trafficking and conspiracy charges alleged that he paid girls as young as 14 for sex and used them to recruit other girls between 2002 and 2005. Federal prosecutors in New York filed new charges in the case amid growing anger over the 2008 deal that allowed Epstein to plead guilty in Florida to lesser charges and serve just 13 months in prison, during which he was allowed to leave custody for 12 hours a day, six days a week to work from his private office.

Former President Bill Clinton also knew Epstein…

According to a 2002 New York profile. Per a statement from Clinton spokesman Angel Ureña, Clinton traveled to Europe, Asia, and twice to Africa in Epstein’s private jet. The statement said they hadn’t spoken in “well over a decade.”

In court documents that were part of the defamation lawsuit unsealed Aug. 9, Giuffre said that Trump never had sex with any of the women, but that Epstein told her they were friends. Giuffre also noted that she remembered Maxwell telling her that she and Clinton flew in a “huge black helicopter.”

Epstein was also connected to Britain’s Prince Andrew…

…whom he reportedly met in the 1990s through Maxwell. In the court documents, Giuffre said Maxwell directed her to have sex with former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, billionaire Glenn Dubin, since-deceased MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel and Prince Andrew. She also said she was sexually trafficked to former Maine Sen. George Mitchell. Giuffre also alleged she was forced to have sex with “another prince,” an owner of a “large hotel chain,” and a “well-known prime minister.” In the documents, Giuffre also alleges that she was directed to have sex with lawyer Alan Dershowitz.

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Jeffrey Epstein and High Profile Sex Abuse

The scandal surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s arrest has made international news, as the #metoo movement continues to unveil high profile cases of sexual assault and sexual abuse.

An untold number of young girls have suffered at the hands of this corrupt individual, many of whom were denied the closure they need by a plea bargain in 2008, created by current US Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta.

Many of these victims didn’t get the full compensation they deserve.

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Jordan Merson, Founder of Merson Law, New York’s top sex abuse law firm and winner of the largest sexual assault verdict in New York State History has helped numerous sexual abuse victims receive the compensation they truly deserve.

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Attorney Jordan Merson has been successful in helping numerous sex abuse victims get the compensation they need and deserve, with child sex abuse cases,Catholic Church sex abuse cases, and high profile cases including his representation of girls abused by the US Olympics doctor Larry Nassar.

Jordan Merson and his firm, Merson Law, have been featured on many prominent media outlets for championing justice for sexual abuse victims.

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The Jeffrey Epstein Scandal

Who is Jeffrey Epstein?

Epstein, financier and founder of the Jeffrey Epstein IV Foundation, has been a registered sex offender in the state of Florida since 2008.

Epstein’s case brings to light major issues in our criminal justice system. In 2005, the parent of a 14-year old girl sought the help of police, claiming her child had been molested. This brought forward an investigation which culminated in which Epstein plead guilty to soliciting a prostitute and procuring a 17-year-old girl for prostitution. For this horrific crime, Epstein served only 13 months of “custody with work release.”

Alexander Acosta, current U.S. secretary of labor, was responsible for this lenient sentence. Acosta made a plea deal with Epstein, in which 36 other individuals were identified. For identifying these victims, Epstein received his light sentencing as well as immunity from all federal criminal charges.

11 years later, on July 6, 2019, Epstein was arrested at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on sex trafficking charges. He was detained, awaiting his hearing on July 24.

What did Epstein Do?

The story behind exactly what Jeffrey Epstein did to an untold number of innocent girls is still unfolding.

Allegedly, Epstein paid many girls, some as young as 14, hundreds of dollars each to come to his Manhattan and Palm Beach residences to give him nude “massages” that became “increasingly sexual in nature.”

Allegations against Epstein began to surface in the early 2000’s, claiming that Epstein controlled a “vast network of underage victims.”

Epstein got away with these crimes in 2008, until this July, when suspicions arose that Epstein was still engaged in sex trafficking of minors. Federal agents raided his Manhattan residence to discover thousands of nude photos of underage girls.

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