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Crime Epstein Victims Call on FBI to Interview Prince Andrew

00:35  23 november  2019
00:35  23 november  2019 Source:   nationalreview.com

Congressman cryptically spells out 'EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF' using first letter of 23 tweets

  Congressman cryptically spells out 'EPSTEIN DIDN’T KILL HIMSELF' using first letter of 23 tweets Republican Rep. Paul Gosar spelled out the phrase “Epstein didn’t kill himself” using the first letter of each tweet in a string of 23 tweets. © Provided by MediaDC: Washington Newspaper Publishing Company, Inc.The tweets spell out the phrase when read in reverse chronological order. The first tweet begins, “Evidence of a link between foreign aid and political investigations simply does not exist. The longer this circus continues the clearer it becomes that @realDonaldTrump has done absolutely nothing wrong.

It comes after the Prince reportedly admitted his disastrous Newsnight interview was a 'source of regret'. Gloria Allred, who represents 11 of Jeffrey Epstein 's accusers, joins Lorraine live also, calling for Prince Andrew to co-operate with the FBI , as all the further delays are inflicting more emotional

Victims of alleged serial pedophile Jeffrey Epstein have called on Prince Andrew to cooperate with an FBI investigation into Epstein ’s actions. Prominent Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts has already claimed she was raped by Prince Andrew , a former friend of Epstein , when she was 17.

Victims of alleged serial pedophile Jeffrey Epstein have called on Prince Andrew to cooperate with an FBI investigation into Epstein’s actions.

Jeffrey Epstein wearing glasses: Jeffrey Epstein (center) appears in court in West Palm Beach, Fla., July 30, 2008.© Uma Sanghvi/Palm Beach Post via Reuters Jeffrey Epstein (center) appears in court in West Palm Beach, Fla., July 30, 2008.

Prominent Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts has already claimed she was raped by Prince Andrew, a former friend of Epstein, when she was 17. The Duke of York gave an interview with BBC aired on Saturday in which he attempted to dispel the allegations.

The Duke announced on Wednesday that he would be stepping back from public duties in the wake of the scandal.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Estate May Set Up a Program to Pay Accusers

  Jeffrey Epstein’s Estate May Set Up a Program to Pay Accusers Lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein’s estate are considering setting up a program to resolve claims filed by women who say they were abused by the financier, who killed himself in August while facing federal sex trafficking charges. The plan was disclosed in a court filing on Tuesday by a lawyer for one of Mr. Epstein’s accusers, who is suing the estate in federal court in Manhattan. The filing said lawyers for Mr. Epstein’s estate had informed plaintiffs that they were planning to disclose details of a “claims resolution program” to a court in the United States Virgin Islands, where the mysteriously wealthy Mr. Epstein had his will filed shortly before his death.

VICTIMS OF JEFFREY Epstein have called on Prince Andrew to make a statement to the FBI following his interview with the BBC. Lawyers for some of the 16 women who say they were abused by Epstein said they want the British royal to talk to law enforcement. A probe into Epstein is continuing

Lawyers for Epstein ’s victims say they were ‘almost completely ignored’ in interview .

Gloria Allred, a lawyer for several Epstein victims, said during a Thursday press conference that Prince Andrew should meet with FBI investigators as soon as possible.

“It should be done without delay,” said Allred. “Time is of the essence. These victims have waited long enough.”

One of Epstein’s victims spoke at a November 19 press conference with Allred and agreed that Prince Andrew should cooperate with investigators. “Prince Andrew and any others who were close to Epstein should come forward and give a statement under oath on what information they have,” the woman said.

During his BBC interview, Prince Andrew said he would cooperate with investigators “if required.”

“It’s important that [Prince Andrew] says he’s going to cooperate with law enforcement,” said Lisa Bloom, another attorney representing victims of Epstein, in an interview with the Telegraph. “He should also answer questions from all the accusers’ attorneys, especially the attorney for Virginia Roberts…who has very significant claims against him.”

Prince Andrew Gets Candid, and Britain Is Appalled

  Prince Andrew Gets Candid, and Britain Is Appalled When members of the British royal family consent to warts-and-all television interviews about their troubled private lives, it generally has the effect of roiling the waters rather than calming them. So when Prince Andrew set out to explain his friendship with the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in a BBC interview broadcast Saturday night, it backfired predictably.

Epstein Victims Lawyer Calls For Prince Andrew to Co-operate with FBI | Lorraine. Prince Andrew BBC Interview Analysis. Dr. Todd Grande. Lawyer for alleged Epstein victims claims Prince Andrew 'has information'. Sky News.

Lisa Bloom (pictured) called on Andrew to submit for questioning by US intelligence agencies as they probe 'Nobody is above the law': US lawyer for paedophile Jeffrey Epstein 's alleged victims wants to When asked if FBI agents could be forced to jet to the UK to interview him, Ms Bloom said

One of Prince Andrew’s staunchest defenders throughout the affair has been his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson. The two divorced in 1996 but have remained close.

“Andrew is a true and real gentleman and is stoically steadfast to not only his duty but also his kindness and goodness of always seeing the best in people,” Ferguson wrote on her Instagram page on Thursday.

Ferguson was herself an associate of Epstein, and the billionaire bailed her out of debts in the early 2000’s. She has since stated she regretted the association.

Several new Epstein accusers expected to sue his estate .
Lawyers told a New York judge they were still fielding calls from alleged victims of the accused sex trafficker who died by suicide last August.The plaintiffs' attorneys made the disclosure during a court hearing related to the estate of the accused sex trafficker, who died by suicide in August.

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