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originally posted by: liteonit6969
I created the thread and have constantly had to argue against posts from the same people trying to make claims that arent true
the British Royal Family are finally being exposed for what they are, and one of those things is involved in pedophelia.
originally posted by: liteonit6969
a reply to: Tangerine
And to repeat a child is below the age of majority, not what you think is socially accepted in your area, but THE LAW. which in the UK is 17 and on the island where this happened IS 17. Therefore BY DEFINITION THIS IS ACTUALLY A CASE OF PEDOPHILIA.
originally posted by: HumanPLC
a reply to: Tangerine
You are still doing it arnet you? You're throwing in facts that are just not true!
Doesn't it raise any suspicion for you that she had neither sued him nor did she present evidence when she could have to have him charged with a crime?
To be fair mate, it wasnt just you... A few people on here have made similar comments. So, again... To clear this false information up:
Its believed the reason the others have not been charged is because of the non prosecution agreement that was negotiated.
Documents filed as part of the Florida legal action related to the Epstein case, in which the Duke of York has been named but not as a party to the action, allege that Epstein negotiated the "non-prosecution agreement" using his "significant social and political connections" — which included former US President Bill Clinton who, it is said, worked to get Epstein a "more favourable" deal. The reported deal would mean that those named in the court documents, including Prince Andrew, are unlikely to face legal action over allegations, including that The Duke of York had sex with a teenager who it is claimed was being used by Epstein – a convicted sex offender former friend of the Duke’s – as a "sex slave".
Source: www.independent.co.uk... s-9956295.html
Buckingham Palace has said "any suggestion of impropriety with under-age minors" by the duke was "categorically untrue".
Negotiated a non-prosecution agreement with whom and for whom?
Where is the evidence that that happened?
nor did she present evidence when she could have to have him charged with a crime?
The reported deal would mean that those named in the court documents, including Prince Andrew, are unlikely to face legal action over allegations
The Duke of York's former friend Jeffrey Epstein used "aggressive witness tampering" on employees who later refused to answer questions about whether the Duke slept with underage girls, according to US investigators.
Epstein is also said to have bankrolled the legal fees of witnesses who invoked their right to silence to avoid answering whether young girls were “provided for sex” to the Duke.
Lawyers representing women who were sexually abused by Epstein have complained bitterly that it became “impossible” to gather evidence from vital witnesses because so many of them had legal representation paid for by Epstein, a billionaire investment banker.
Sarah Ferguson was once given £15,000 from paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein to pay off her debts.
The deal was struck in December 2010 after months of negotiations with the disgraced tycoon who insisted on helping with her financial troubles.
It came within days of the Duke of York flying out to visit Epstein in New York, fuelling speculation he had smoothed the path for his ex-wife to take the money just 18 months after he was released from jail for soliciting prostitution from under-age girls.
The Duchess of York later claimed her judgment had been 'clouded' by her desperation to get out of her £5million debt and vowed to repay the money.
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... e.html#ixzz3O2gwpuXY
The two photos capped months of negative press coverage of Andrew, which began when an undercover reporter, posing as a businessman, secretly videotaped an interview with Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, 51, who divorced the prince 15 years ago but still shares a home with him. The hapless Fergie was caught on tape demanding $821,000 in return for business access to her ex-husband, who is Britain’s special representative for international trade and investment. “If you want to meet him in your business, look after me, and he’ll look after you,” Fergie was heard saying on the video. “You’ll get it back tenfold That opens up everything you would ever wish for. And I can open any door you want. And I will for you.”
Under a torrent of criticism, Sarah Ferguson offered an abject public apology, returned the $40,000 down payment she had received, and offered to move out of Andrew’s home. However, her claim on the video that Andrew had advance knowledge of her attempted shakedown—an accusation categorically denied by Buckingham Palace—focused renewed attention on the long charge sheet against the prince.
No, I don't have to present evidence proving that such a deal never happened.It's impossible to prove a negative. Surely, you know that.
What is meant by "reported deal"?
Does that mean there's evidence that such a deal exists
originally posted by: stumason
a reply to: HumanPLC
Clarification! Prince Andrew is not a convicted sex offender!
I know you meant the other chappy, but this thread is about Andrew and there is no evidence and no prior form, so judging him on the actions of a friend is laughable to the extreme.
The “lobbying for a favourable plea deal”
Four of Epstein’s victims are taking legal action against the US authorities, claiming their victims’ rights were violated when Florida prosecutors cut a plea deal with Epstein without any consultation with his victims.
As part of that legal action, which has already rumbled on for seven years, the women have demanded access to documents which, they claim, will show that Epstein’s powerful friends, including the Duke of York, lobbied the US Government on his behalf.
Court papers seen by The Daily Telegraph state: “These documents…might bear on the way in which Epstein used his powerful political and social connections to secure a favourable plea deal…
“One clear example is Request for Production No. 8, which seeks documents regarding Epstein’s lobbying efforts to persuade the Government to give him a more favourable plea arrangement and/or non-prosecution agreement, including efforts on his behalf by Prince Andrew.”
Buckingham Palace has responded to the claim by saying that members of the Royal family would never intervene in an ongoing court case.
What do the accuser's lawyers say?
Edwards and Cassell did not return calls, but Edwards told CNN in an e-mail that the lawyers "carefully investigated all of the allegations before filing court documents."
They also included a statement from Roberts in which she called herself an "innocent victim" who is being "victimized again."
"These types of aggressive attacks on me are exactly the reason why sexual abuse victims typically remain silent and the reason why I did for a long time," her statement read. "That trend should change. I'm not going to be bullied back into silence."