1. Jeffrey Epstein offers mansion, jet as collateral in bid to be released from jail  IOL
  2. "I was terrified": Jeffrey Epstein accused of building a network of victims  SowetanLIVE Sunday World
  3. 'I was terrified': Jeffrey Epstein accused of building a network of victims  EWN
  4. Congress, Leave Epstein to the Courts  The New York Times
  5. Epstein's friends are a stunning array of the rich, powerful and famous  CNN
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Jeffrey Epstein was willing to put up his Manhattan mansion and private jet as collateral and agree to home confinement and GPS monitoring.Jeffrey Epstein was willing to put up his Manhattan mansion and private jet as collateral and agree to home confinement and GPS monitoring.

In a filing in federal court in Manhattan, Epstein's lawyers argued that home confinement, along with electronic monitoring, surveillance and a bond secured by a mortgage on his mansion would be enough to ensure that he does not flee the country.In a filing in federal court in Manhattan, Epstein's lawyers argued that home confinement, along with electronic monitoring, surveillance and a bond secured by a mortgage on his mansion would be enough to ensure that he does not flee the country.

Jeffrey Epstein wants to be released on house arrest at his $77M mansion - National | Globalnews.ca

Financier Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers, seeking bail for their client, said Thursday that he had long lived with the fear that federal prosecutors might pursue sexual abuse charges against him again -- and yet had never sought to flee the country.Financier Jeffrey Epstein's lawyers, seeking bail for their client, said Thursday that he had long lived with the fear that federal prosecutors might pursue sexual abuse charges against him again -- and yet had never sought to flee the country.

Defence lawyers seek detention at home for Jeffrey Epstein | CTV News

U.S. Labour Secretary Alex Acosta defends his handling of a sex-trafficking case involving now-jailed financier Jeffrey Epstein, saying he tried to avoid a deal that would have allowed the wealthy businessman to "walk free."U.S. Labour Secretary Alex Acosta defends his handling of a sex-trafficking case involving now-jailed financier Jeffrey Epstein, saying he tried to avoid a deal that would have allowed the wealthy businessman to "walk free."

Jeffrey Epstein's new charges are a direct rebuke to Alex Acosta — no matter what excuses Acosta providesThe DOJ is taking a welcome stand against influence peddlers who have long attempted to use their status to undermine justice. But what about the prosecutors who enable them?

“NEW - The Former State Attorney Barry Krischer responds to Acosta: "I can emphatically state that Mr. Acosta’s recollection of this matter is completely wrong."”

Michael Del Moro on Twitter: "NEW - The Former State Attorney Barry Krischer responds to Acosta: "I can emphatically state that Mr. Acosta’s recollection of this matter is completely wrong."… https://t.co/GZ8cWsi9qX"

“BREAKING / NBC News: Former Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer says in a statement that Alex Acosta is "completely wrong." He says a 53 page federal indictment "was abandoned after secret negotiations between Mr. Epstein’s lawyers and Mr. Acosta. " (h/t @MikeDelMoro )”

Tom Winter on Twitter: "BREAKING / NBC News: Former Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer says in a statement that Alex Acosta is "completely wrong." He says a 53 page federal indictment "was abandoned after secret negotiations between Mr. Epstein’s lawyers and Mr. Acosta. " (h/t @MikeDelMoro )"

“I was asked earlier today about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and I answered based upon his qualifications to be on the Supreme Court. But upon further reflection and further understanding of his record, I would have voted no.”

Amy McGrath on Twitter: "I was asked earlier today about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and I answered based upon his qualifications to be on the Supreme Court. But upon further reflection and further understanding of his record, I would have voted no."

“Former Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer has responded to @SecretaryAcosta's comments today with a statement. Acosta said if his office didn't take up the Epstein case, that Epstein would have only been charged with a misdemeanor, resulting in no jail time. @WPTV”

Andrew Lofholm on Twitter: "Former Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer has responded to @SecretaryAcosta's comments today with a statement. Acosta said if his office didn't take up the Epstein case, that Epstein would have only been charged with a misdemeanor, resulting in no jail time. @WPTV… https://t.co/L10ipCWpCb"

Don’t make Alexander Acosta into a political martyr.Don’t make Alexander Acosta into a political martyr.

Convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein never once checked in with city cops in the eight-plus years since a Manhattan judge ordered him to do so every 90 days — and the NYPD says it’s fine with that.Convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein never once checked in with city cops in the eight-plus years since a Manhattan judge ordered him to do so every 90 days — and the NYPD says it’s fine with

NYPD let convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein skip judge-ordered check-ins

Trump's labour secretary insisted Wednesday that the deal in which the billionaire pleaded guilty to lesser state charges was the toughest he could have gotten at the time.Trump's labour secretary insisted Wednesday that the deal in which the billionaire pleaded guilty to lesser state charges was the toughest he could have gotten at the time.

Alex Acosta’s recollection of Jeffrey Epstein deal ‘completely wrong’: former state attorney - National | Globalnews.ca

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Bender: ...And justice for all? | INFORUM

American financier Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday asked a federal judge to let him out of jail and allow him to remain under house arrest in his Manhattan mansion while he awaits trial on charges of sex trafficking underage girls.American financier Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday asked a federal judge to let him ...

Jailed financier Epstein seeks house arrest in Manhattan mansion - Reuters

The home for the best of American conservative opinion. Curated commentary and analysis on news, politics, public policy, and culture.If Labor Secretary Alex Acosta hoped his Wednesday press conference addressing the sweetheart deal he gave sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago would improve his reputation, he was largely mistaken. But the conference might have been enough to appease the one person whose opinion matters most.  Epstein was indicted this week by the U.S. […]

Who Was Alex Acosta's Intended Audience at His Press Conference? - The Bulwark

The home for the best of American conservative opinion. Curated commentary and analysis on news, politics, public policy, and culture.If Labor Secretary Alex Acosta hoped his Wednesday press conference addressing the sweetheart deal he gave sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago would improve his reputation, he was largely mistaken. But the conference might have been enough to appease the one person whose opinion matters most.  Epstein was indicted this week by the U.S. […]

Who Was Alex Acosta's Intended Audience at His Press Conference? - The Bulwark

Top media figures dined with Jeffrey Epstein after he served 13 months in jail following him plead guilty to two counts of prostitution in 2008.Top media figures dined with Jeffrey Epstein after he served 13 months in jail following him plead guilty to two counts of prostitution in 2008.

Katie Couric, Woody Allen, and George Stephanopoulos Attended Party With Epstein After 2008 Conviction

At the Department of Labor, Alex Acosta continues to ensure that those vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation are made more vulnerable still.At the Department of Labor, Alex Acosta continues to ensure that those vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation are made more vulnerable still.

Acosta‘s Labor Department Policies Hurt Trafficking Victims

The billionaire now charged with child sex trafficking reportedly never once checked in with the NYPD -- and cops were fine with it.The billionaire now charged with child sex trafficking reportedly never once checked in with the NYPD -- and cops were fine with it.

Jeffrey Epstein Violated Sex Offender Check-In Order 34 Times: Report | HuffPost Canada