Appeals court upholds Jeffrey Epstein’s non-prosecution deal

Appeals court upholds Jeffrey Epstein’s non-prosecution deal

A federal appeals court Tuesday upheld a 2007 non-prosecution deal between federal prosecutors and Jeffrey Epstein that allowed the financier to avoid federal sex trafficking charges and plead guilty to lesser state charges. A three-judge panel concluded that Courtney Wild’s appeal of a Florida judge’s ruling had to be rejected because no charges were filed in Florida against Epstein at the time.

KCooper
KCooper
fish
fish 1 months

Epstein didn’t kill himself.

Fin
Fin 1 months

Of course they would to protect a now sitting secretary who cut the deal

Peter
Peter 1 months

Mossad runs the US legal system and FBI and he was their boy.

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