Federal Judge orders disturbing Jeffrey Epstein documents to finally be unsealed

Law and Crime states that there is a secret settlement deal signed by Virginia Giuffre and Epstein. It has been kept secret and protected by a court order since 2009.

Federal judges ruled on Wednesday that the settlement agreement involving Jeffrey Epstein be made public.

Prince Andrew stated that the agreement bars any civil lawsuit, and Alan Dershowitz shares his opinion. Andrew is accused of sexually assaulting Guiffre three times, including once in Epstein’s New York City mansion, according to Guiffre’s lawsuit. Andrew claims to have nothing to do with the allegations. The matter will be heard in federal court on January 4, one day following the public revelation of the settlement.

According to Law and Crime, judges presiding over Dershowitz’s and Andrew’s case lawsuit with Giuffre ordered the agreement to be released on January 3, 2022.

In a memo, Prince Andrew’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, expressed his thoughts on the subject. He asserted that Giuffre’s consent to drop her previously dismissed battery action against Professor Dershowitz earlier this year was based on the same arrangement.

Law and Crime underline that Ghislaine Maxwell tried but failed to utilize the settlement agreement to stop her federal indictment.

Maxwell was found guilty on five of the six charges against her relating to Jeffrey Epstein on Wednesday.

It remains unclear if she will start naming names.

More info on possible names to be revealed in a video that came out in 2020:

sponsored item: Baby it's cold, outside! You would look great in this Trump Winter Beanie Hat! Click here to get one FREE!
Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments