'His conduct left an impression that lingered': the life of Jeffrey Epstein

World The Guardian

The wealthy financier, who died by apparent suicide, lived freely for years despite the multitude of sex abuse allegations When Jeffrey Epstein first appeared in Manhattan federal court to face sex trafficking charges last month, gone were the trappings of a high-flying financier who had once counted the rich and powerful as his associates and for whom the whole world seemed a fantasy playground. Epstein, whose navy blue jail scrubs and mussed-up hair gave him an air of fatigued dishevelment, pleaded not guilty to allegations that he “sexually exploited and abused dozens of minor girls” …

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