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Epstein Case Officially Dismissed

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Epstein Case Officially Dismissed

Epstein Case Officially Dismissed

US District Judge Richard Berman approved a "nolle prosequi" filing from federal prosecutors, formally ending criminal charges against Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein died by suicide on August 10 while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking and conspiracy charges.

You can read Judge Richard Berman's ruling below: This is a developing story.

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