Epstein: pressure on Andrea, after arrest Ghislaine Maxwell – Ultima Ora


(ANSA) – LONDON, JULY 3 – Pressure is growing on the prince
Andrea, third son of Elizabeth II, on the front of his
involvement in the ongoing investigation in the US around
alleged sexual abuse against very young girls and also
minors born under accusation around Jeffrey Epstein: the
deceased American billionaire, who died in prison in recent months,
whose houses were frequented by the Duke of York, by Bill
Clinton and numerous other wealthy, powerful and famous friends. To
potentially aggravate Andrea’s position, which so far has not
is investigated, but to which the overseas authorities and the FBI
have long been asking to testify, it was the arrest yesterday
of British heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, partner and alleged
accomplice of Epstein, as well as through friendship with
Prince, waiting for the interrogations of Ghislaine, daughter
former controversial media mogul Robert Maxwell (dead
mysteriously years ago, when he was now out of favor in
Kingdom, but cried then as a hero in Israel), the attorney
acting general of New York, Audrey Strauss, is back
yesterday to urge the queen’s son to make “his
statements “directly in front of US investigators. But
British legal sources close to the prince said today
“perplexed” before these tones, claiming to already have
“twice communicated to the US Department of Justice”
in recent months Andrea’s willingness to testify, albeit
remotely. And never having “received a reply”. (HANDLE).


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