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New Mexico Wants To Cancel Stand Land Leases To Jeffrey Epstein

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New Mexico Wants To Cancel Stand Land Leases To Jeffrey Epstein

New Mexico Wants To Cancel Stand Land Leases To Jeffrey Epstein

New Mexico’s attorney general called for the cancellation of state land leases to Jeffrey Epstein.

This comes as allegations reveal Epstein may have sexually abused girls and women at his ranch.

According to Reuters, an investigation found the land was improperly leased to Epstein in the late 1990s.

Epstein was arrested and pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges involving dozens of girls as young as 14.

The billionaire was then found dead in his Manhattan jail cell on Aug.10.

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