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Jeffrey Epstein accusers get their say in court, but what comes next?

CBS News Wednesday, 28 August 2019
Nearly two dozen women who accuse Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse got an opportunity to speak out in court yesterday. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi and Washington Post reporter Renae Merle were in the courtroom and join CBSN to explain what the women hope comes next in this case.
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