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Jeffrey Epstein: US opens inquiry into light sentence for wealthy sexual abuser

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“Epstein reached a non-prosecution deal in 2008 with the office of the then-Miami US attorney, Alexander Acosta, to secretly end a federal sex abuse investigation involving at least 40 teenage girls that could have landed him behind bars for life. He instead pleaded guilty to state charges, spent 13 months in jail, paid settlements to victims and is a registered sex offender.” Acosta is now Trump’s Labor Secretary.

Jeffrey Epstein: US opens inquiry into light sentence for wealthy sexual abuser

Plea deal, involving attorney who became Trump’s labor secretary, saw financier avoid severe penalty for abusing girls

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