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originally posted by: oldcarpy
a reply to: andy06shake
Not defending him just asking you to state what you think any criminal offence might be applicable here.
Being a creepy old bastard is not a criminal offence, unfortunately.
originally posted by: eletheia
I see Prince Andrew says he is standing down from public duties,
the Queen apparently gave him the permission to do so.
Did he jump? ........Or was he pushed
originally posted by: bastion
He's screwed in US courts but UK wise, Assuming it was consensual - wouldn't the criminal offence/allegation centre on whether or not Prince Andrew was aware she was one of Epstein's child sex traffic ring victims (IIRC it's the correct 'international' term for someone under 18) before the event?
originally posted by: Caver78
In HRH The Queen's defense, no parent is responsible for the choices their adult kid's make.
This has opened a can of worms and its not going to be easy for the royals to put the lid back on it. Stay crazy fella!