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New Mexico official orders cancellation of Jeffrey Epstein land leases

Reuters Friday, 30 August 2019
New Mexico's attorney general on Thursday called for the cancellation of state land leases to Jeffrey Epstein as his office investigated allegations the late financier sexually abused girls and women at his ranch south of Santa Fe.
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