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Jeffrey Epstein wasn't on New Mexico sex offender registry because of legal loophole

CBS News Wednesday, 21 August 2019
There's new scrutiny of Jeffrey Epstein's conduct in New Mexico. The disgraced financier allegedly sexually abused girls at his ranch in the state. Mola Lenghi joined CBS News to talk about the latest on the case.
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