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Latest revision as of 14:51, 11 August 2019

By apparently taking his own life, Jeffrey Epstein has ensured he'll never endure the national humiliation of a trial. The wealthy financier won't have to spend the rest of his days in prison or face his accusers. Nor will he have to reveal who helped him carry out his allegedly depraved acts on young girls. For those who say they are victims, his departure from this world will come as only as a small comfort. They - and probably a significant number of Americans - believe it's an example of how the United States' justice system is slanted against them and in favour of the rich, well-connected elite.

source: Article 'Jeffrey Epstein's death raises questions and conspiracy theories' by James Glenday; www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-11/jeffrey-epsteins-death-what-secrets-did-he-take-to-grave/11403086; ABC News; 11 August 2019