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Jeffrey Epstein wants out of jail before trial; offers to ground jet, hire security

FOXNews.com Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein asked a Manhattan federal judge Thursday to allow the financier to await trial on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges from the comforts and confines of his own home.
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