This 28 August 2019 video from British daily The Guardian says about itself:
Lawyers representing several women who say they were sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein have urged the UK’s Prince Andrew to come forward and answer questions, following claims of sexual misconduct against the British royal. Prince Andrew has strongly denied the allegations.
Virginia Giuffre said she was a 15-year-old working at US President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club when she was recruited to perform sex acts on Epstein. Giuffre has separately claimed that she had sex with a list of other prominent men, including Prince Andrew. ‘He knows exactly what he’s done and I hope he comes clean about it,’ Giuffre said of Prince Andrew.
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EPSTEIN ACCUSER: PRINCE KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT HE’S DONE Virginia Giuffre, one of several women who have accused the late financier Jeffrey Epstein of sex crimes, renewed allegations of wrongdoing against Britain’s Prince Andrew on Tuesday, saying he “knows exactly what he’s done.” [CNN]
At least one of the security cameras in the hallway outside the cell of Jeffrey Epstein at the Metropolitan Correction Center in New York City “had footage that is unusable” for investigative purposes, according to a report in the Washington Post: here.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is examining two prison video cameras that reportedly malfunctioned outside the cell of multimillionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein during the time of his death, according to a report published by Reuters late Wednesday. The report said that the two cameras “were within view of the Manhattan jail cell where he was found dead August 10” and had been sent to the FBI’s forensic crime lab in Quantico, Virginia: here.
HOW A RING OF WOMEN ‘RECRUITED GIRLS FOR EPSTEIN’ After child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide in early August, federal authorities have refocused their investigation on the more than half-dozen employees, girlfriends and associates whom prosecutors say he relied on to feed his insatiable appetite for girls. [New York Times]