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CrimeJeffrey Epstein Willing To Post $100 Million Bail

00:40  16 july  2019
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Bill Clinton 'knows nothing' about financier Jeffrey Epstein's 'terrible crimes,' former president's spokesman says

Bill Clinton 'knows nothing' about financier Jeffrey Epstein's 'terrible crimes,' former president's spokesman says Bill Clinton "knows nothing" about the "terrible crimes" linked to Jeffrey Epstein, the former president's spokesman said Monday, in Clinton's first statement after new sex-trafficking charges were lobbed against the wealthy financier. "In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation," the statement said. "Staff, supporters of the foundation, and his Secret Service detail traveled on every leg of every trip.

Jeffrey Epstein may have millions of reasons why he should be released on bail — but a Manhattan judge is still likely to deny him his freedom at a hearing Even with all the supposed bail guarantees, legal experts told The Post they’re not putting any money on Epstein getting out anytime soon.

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Jeffrey Epstein's lawyer said his client is willing to pay up to $100 million to remain out of prison pending trial.

His lawyer told a judge during a bail hearing Monday that Epstein was "ready to sign" for bail no matter the cost. Last week, Epstein's lawyers proposed a bail package that would let the multimillionaire await trial while under house arrest at his Manhattan home. The judge said he plans on deciding whether or not to let him go on Thursday.

Epstein was arrested earlier this month and charged with sex trafficking of minors, as well as conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors. Federal prosecutors, as well as two of Epstein's accusers, urged the judge to deny him bail. Prosecutors argued that due to Epstein's wealth and influence, he might try to flee the country or tamper with the investigation if he's out on bail.

Jailed financier Epstein seeks to be released under house arrest

Jailed financier Epstein seeks to be released under house arrest American financier Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday asked a federal judge to let him out of jail and allow him to remain under house arrest as he awaits trial on charges of sex trafficking underage girls. In a filing in federal court in Manhattan, Epstein's lawyers argued that home confinement, along with electronic monitoring, surveillance and a bond secured by a mortgage on his $77 million Manhattan mansion would be enough to ensure that he does not flee the country.

(AP). Freaky financier Jeffrey Epstein is worth over 0 million and paid 0,000 to potential witnesses in his sex trafficking case just last year The new allegations came in a filing in Manhattan Federal Court arguing against Epstein ’s request that he be granted bail and given home confinement

Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein 's lawyers seek his release on a bail package as high as million while the New York financier fights charges. Jeffrey Epstein 's lawyers propose up to M bail for accused sex trafficker's release. Post to Facebook.

Last week, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta resigned amid controversy over a plea deal he'd struck with Epstein more than a decade ago when he was serving as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.

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Denial of bail stunned billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, source says.
Sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, found in a fetal position with marks on his neck inside a Manhattan prison cell, appeared shaken last week when a federal judge shot down his bid for release on bail, a source told the Daily News on Thursday. Epstein, 66, was expecting Manhattan Federal Court Judge Richard Berman to turn him loose at the hearing where prosecutors successfully argued that the convicted sex offender posed a flight risk and a danger to the community, according to the source. The stunned billionaire businessman, whose lawyer proposed house arrest at his $77 million Manhattan mansion, was instead returned to his cell pending trial.

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