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The New York City Prosecutor asks Prince Andrew to question the Epstein case

June 8, 2020

The New York Attorney General has officially requested that Prince Andrew of England be questioned as part of an investigation into alleged sex crimes by magnate Jeffrey Epstein, who committed suicide in prison in August.

Epstein committed suicide in August after being accused of running a child trafficking network, and despite his death, prosecutors pleaded to continue the investigation. One of the alleged victims alleged that at the age of 17, she was forced to establish relationships with the British prince.

Queen Elizabeth II’s third son recognized his friendship with Epstein but distanced himself from the relationships attributed to him with a minor. His version was questioned after the distribution of an image in which he appears with this alleged victim.

The New York City Prosecutor asks Prince Andrew to question the Epstein caseThe New York City Prosecutor asks Prince Andrew to question the Epstein case

The United States Attorney has sent a petition to the United Kingdom under the Mutual Legal Aid Treaty (MLAT) to speak directly to Prince Andrew. This emerges from sources of the study cited by NBC News.

The movement had already been anticipated in March by Prosecutor Geoffrey Berman, who denounced that despite the “public offer” of British royal budget member cooperation, he had “closed the door to voluntary cooperation” so far.