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On Thursday, Acting US Attorney Audrey Strauss said the investigation into Epstein's decades of abuse is ongoing and that she'd 'welcome' Prince Andrew 'coming in to provide a statement', prompting speculation that he may among people investigators may focus their attention on next. … [Read more...] about How Jeffrey Epstein abused underage girls for years ‘with the help of Ghislaine Maxwell’ as the ‘power couple’ lived a lavish lifestyle flying to his mansions around the world on the Lolita Express before his arrest and suicide
Epstein killed himself in a federal detention center in New York last summer while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. He was initially investigated in Florida and pleaded guilty to state charges in 2008 that allowed him to avoid a lengthy prison sentence. He was free a little after a year in prison. … [Read more...] about Ghislaine Maxwell – Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘madam’ and friend of Prince Andrew – is held in custody to be transferred from New Hampshire to New York to face child sex trafficking charges as prosecutors ask judge to deny bail and say she is a flight risk
In court papers, she has said 'Ghislaine took several nude photos of me for Jeffrey' and used to buy erotic outfits for teenage visitors to his house to wear. 'Jeffrey loved the latex outfits Ghislaine had for us girls,' reads a 2011 court filing. 'He had bondage outfits, he had all different kinds of outfit but his favourite was the schoolgirl.' … [Read more...] about GUY ADAMS: She was born into fabulous wealth and was the toast of the New York Party set. How DID Ghislaine Maxwell plunge from society darling to be a sleazy ‘pimp’ and disgrace?
Refugees are also being integrated into German society, even though the press continues to report a "refugee crisis." Ingo Kramer, the president of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations, recently said Angela Merkel was right when she told the country in 2015 that "We can do this," meaning that the nation was, in fact, capable of assisting large numbers of displaced people. More than 400,000 of the approximately 1 million refugees who have arrived to Germany in recent years now have job training or employment contracts, Kramer said. … [Read more...] about Opinion: In a tragic world, there is good news, too