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How the wealthy like Jeffrey Epstein can bypass regulations when flying private

CBS News Tuesday, 27 August 2019
A small New Jersey airport is now under scrutiny for becoming Jeffrey Epstein's travel hub for his private jets and alleged sex trafficking ring. According to an article in the North Jersey Record, Epstein was allegedly able to fly underage girls across the country and sometimes the world without their parents' permission. Chris Maag, a columnist for the North Jersey Record, joined CBSN to discuss his reporting.
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