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More Epstein Documents Released.

In a surprising turn of events, a Florida judge has ordered the release of graphic transcripts from the state's 2006 prosecution of Jeffrey Epstein, a case that concluded with the millionaire financier receiving a lenient sentence. Epstein struck a deal in 2008 to avoid charges of sex trafficking and rape, instead pleading guilty to a lesser charge and serving 13 months in prison.


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The nearly 200 pages of documents reveal details of Epstein's crimes, including first-hand accounts from victims and specifics about payoffs to underage victims. Circuit Judge Luis Delgado, who ordered the 16-year-old documents released, stated that "details in the record will be outrageous to decent people."


"The testimony taken by the Grand Jury concerns activity ranging from grossly unacceptable to rape — all of the conduct at issue is sexually deviant, disgusting, and criminal," Delgado remarked. Referring to Epstein as "the most infamous pedophile in American history," the judge highlighted the public's frustration with the state's leniency in the case, which has often diminished trust in the criminal justice system.


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"Epstein is indeed notorious and infamous and is widely reported to have flaunted his wealth while cavorting with politicians, billionaires, and even British Royalty," Delgado continued. "It is understandable that given those reports, the public has a great curiosity about what was widely reported as 'special treatment' regarding his prosecution."


The release of these files coincides with the enactment of a new Florida law allowing the release of grand jury documents from 2006, which are typically kept confidential. Convicted in 2008 for soliciting prostitution from a minor, Epstein had connections with prominent figures in business and politics, including former presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, as well as celebrities and Prince Andrew.


Renewed scrutiny of Epstein began in 2018 after the Miami Herald published interviews with his victims, some of whom were pursuing civil charges against him. This renewed interest led prosecutors to file new criminal charges. Epstein died by suicide in a Manhattan jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges. His accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, is currently serving a 20-year sentence for aiding Epstein in his crimes.


 

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