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Judge To Decide Thursday Whether Or Not Jeffrey Epstein Will Await Trial From Luxury Townhouse

Gothamist Monday, 15 July 2019
Judge To Decide Thursday Whether Or Not Jeffrey Epstein Will Await Trial From Luxury TownhouseA federal judge will decide the question of Jeffrey Epstein's continued detention on Thursday, he announced at a bail hearing on Monday. In the interim, the accused pedophile predator will remain in Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center, where he is currently locked up three cells down from El Chapo, rather than return to his gratuitously luxurious townhouse. [ more › ]
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A U.S. judge said he will probably decide on Thursday whether Jeffrey Epstein should be released on bail. Epstein is the American financier charged with sex trafficking underage girls. He is petitioning to be allowed to await trial under house arrest at his Manhattan mansion. Epstein has pleaded not...

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