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Prosecutors fear Epstein may influence witness, urge no bail

Deseret News Saturday, 13 July 2019
Federal prosecutors urged a judge Friday to keep financier Jeffrey Epstein behind bars until trial on sex trafficking charges...
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News video: Prosecutors: Jeffrey Epstein Tampered With Potential Witnesses, Should Be Denied Bail

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Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein stands accused of multiple sex trafficking charges. Business Insider reports prosecutors say Epstein tampered with potential witnesses by wiring money to them. The witness tampering allegations were part of prosecutors' argument that Epstein shouldn't be allowed...

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