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Epstein sought to pay off potential witnesses, U.S. prosecutors say

Reuters India Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Jailed American financier Jeffrey Epstein made payments to two potential witnesses seeking to influence them in the child sex trafficking case against him late last year, prosecutors said late on Friday.
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