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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The FBI arrest of the elusive Ghislaine Maxwell, the assistant to sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, for recruiting girls for sex, examined; details given about her recent actions, the pressure on Prince Andrew to talk to the FBI. [FBI's William SWEENEY@- says have been tracing Maxwell.] [Victim Maria FARMER@- explains what Maxwell would do to procure "models."] [Epstein accusers attorney Sigrid McCAWLEY@= talks about Andrew's refusal to cooperate.] [In 2019, for the BBC, victim Virginia Roberts GIUFFRE@, Prince ANDREW - offer differing opinions on what happened.] The status of Maxwell's case discussed.
- Llamas, Tom;
- Bankert, Adrienne
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