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Epstein investigation expands into private island and New Mexico

CBS News Saturday, 13 July 2019
New Mexico officials told Epstein, despite being a Level 3 sex offender, did not need to register as one
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Jeffrey Epstein avoided federal charges for molesting multiple underage victims. The reason he was able to get away for so long is because he agreed to register as a sex offender. But it has since been revealed that the disgraced financier didn't have to register as a sex offender in New Mexico. He...

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