Jeffrey Epstein, the notorious Clinton associate known for molesting children, had received a light sentence when he plead guilty to minor offenses only. This could all change according to a judge who ruled that the prosecutors broke the law. The Daily Caller reports:
A federal judge ruled Thursday that a team of federal prosecutors including Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta broke federal law when they brokered a plea deal with child molester and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, The Miami Herald reported.
U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra reviewed Epstein’s case and concluded that the team of prosecutors violated the Crime Victims’ Rights Act by keeping secret the terms of the plea agreement from Epstein’s victims until after a judge had signed off on the deal. Otherwise, the victims could have chosen to veto to the deal.
“Epstein used paid employees to find and bring minor girls to him,” Marra wrote, according to The Miami Herald. “Epstein worked in concert with others to obtain minors not only for his own sexual gratification, but also for the sexual gratification of others.”
“Particularly problematic was the Government’s decision to conceal the existence of the [agreement] and mislead the victims to believe that federal prosecution was still a possibility,” Marra continued. “When the Government gives information to victims, it cannot be misleading. While the Government spent untold hours negotiating the terms and implications of the [agreement] with Epstein’s attorneys, scant information was shared with victims.”
In an era of accountability, degenerates like Epstein should no longer get away with abusing minors. Hopefully, this ruling will mean additional charges and long prison sentences for him.
so Acosta will be in hot water, not Epstein. It is not Epstein’s fault id Acosta is an incompetent government hack.
Send for Lorena Bobbitt.