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Epstein / Sex Trafficking / Fisten Interview #1139472

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 19, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The scrutiny of the Florida work release prison sentence for Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago noted. Report introduced.

(No location given: Drew Griffin) The CNN interview with a private investigator who has tracked Epstein for over a decade presented; details given about the charges to which he pled guilty about the young girls. [Florida private detective Michael FISTEN@- recalls interviewing witnesses who became victims of Epstein & the pain on their faces about the plea deal he got, how these girls were too old for him at 16 or 17, how Epstein hired private investigators to follow the girls around & scare them, how girls went to his office when he was released during the day.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) Reports that two women travelling with him have been procuring girls for him discussed,

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:05:40

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