Alex Acosta Defends His Role In Former Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 () President Donald Trump's Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defended his actions during a press conference on Wednesday over his role in prosecuting billionaire Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago, according to The Guardian. Acosta has faced accusations of prosecutorial malfeasance since many felt state prosecutors allowed Epstein to walk away from the charges of sexual assault. The Miami Herald even called Acosta's actions the "deal of a lifetime" for Epstein, though the Labor Secretary said he secured a reasonable sentence after facing an uncertain trial with a reluctant witness. "Facts are important and facts are being overlooked," Acosta said. "These cases are complex, especially when they involve...
Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has ordered an Internal Affairs investigation into his agency's handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case while the Palm Beach billionaire and registered sex offender..
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Between 2008 to 2009 Jeffrey Epstein, who was a convicted sex offender at the time, was granted to leave his jail cell, get picked up by his driver in a limo, and go to his office. Once there, a Palm..
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Picked up by his private driver in a limo and allowed to make stops at his own home. Contact 5 has uncovered new details about Jeffrey Epstein's time spent outside of his Palm Beach County jail cell. ..