Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defends controversial plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein
Thursday, 11 July 2019 () In a press conference Wednesday, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defended his handling of a 2008 plea deal for billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Critics of the deal are demanding Acosta resign. Attorney Deborah Blum and CBS News' Natalie Brand have the latest.
Police reports show that Jeffrey Epstein reportedly hired private investigators to silence accusers and prosecutors. According to Business Insider, the probe against Epstein began in 2005 in Florida...
Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein stands accused of multiple sex trafficking charges. Business Insider reports prosecutors say Epstein tampered with potential witnesses by wiring money to them. The..
US Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta has resigned over a 2008 plea deal with financier Jeffrey Epstein, who has been charged with the abuse of underage girls. SBS Also reported by •Newsmax •RTTNews •NPR •CBS News