'Justice must still be served': Epstein accusers express anger over his death

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Victims of his alleged sex trafficking operation say they wanted to see him held accountable and call for investigations to continue Victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking operation have reacted with anger that his apparent suicide in jail will prevent the disgraced financier from facing justice. As they detailed the traumas they still deal with, they also called for investigations to continue in the hope that anyone who aided and abetted Epstein’s alleged actions would still face potential charges. Continue reading... …

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