Epstein’s most lenient plea deal in history
Dec 12, 2018
It’s amazing what great plea deals a person can make when a pedophile human trafficker is a personal friend of the Clintons and a big donor to the Clinton Foundation. Epstein Island, or Pedo-Isle, was visited by Bill Clinton 26 times, and even Hillary visited the island a half dozen times. They traveled on Epstein’s plane, known to others as The Lolita Express. You can bet their trips weren’t for a little fun-in-the-sun vacation on the beach.
Epstein sex abuse victims press judge for decision on tossing lenient plea deal
Victims of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who have waged a decade-long fight for justice, on Monday pressed a federal judge to finally take action on their motion to throw out a controversial plea agreement that gave the politically connected multimillionaire immunity from federal prosecution.
Lawyers for Epstein’s victims filed the request in the Southern District of Florida, asking judge Kenneth Marra to either make a decision or set a date for a hearing on the motion to vacate the deal. That request, which many legal experts consider a long shot, has been awaiting his ruling for more than a year.
Epstein, 65, was given what victims’ advocates consider one of the most lenient plea deals for a serial sex offender in history. The New York hedge fund manager faced a possible life sentence for molesting dozens — and perhaps hundreds — of underage girls at his Palm Beach mansion from 2001 to 2006, according to federal court documents….
Epstein served 13 months in the Palm Beach County Jail, where he was let out almost every day for work release under the supervision of Palm Beach sheriff’s deputies whom he hired as his own private security detail. He was released in 2009.