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MIT officials were aware of Jeffrey Epstein's donations to the Media Lab as early as 2013, an independent investigation found

Business Insider Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
· *In a letter made public on Thursday, MIT President L. Rafael Reif said an independently run investigation found that MIT officials were aware of Jeffrey Epstein's donations to MIT Media Lab run by investor Joi Ito.*
· *According to the letter, administration officials were made aware of Epstein's donations as early as 2013....
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