Brown was scheduled to interview another of Epstein's prosecutors on Monday. Instead, she canceled the flight and booked a ticket to New York. She will be in court on Monday when Epstein is bailed.
This is another important point that Brown emphasized: "I tried, since the story was going on and all this attention was drawn to continue chasing. I have not given it up, you know, it's sometimes easy to go away and Making things happen, but all I felt was that I had to go ahead and not allow the powers to be so to speak. So to speak, the law enforcement agencies, the government members, forgot that these women were out there, and they talk and they want their story tell and they want justice. "
To sum up:" I think the hardest part of an investigation is sometimes to keep working on it and continue to hack it. "
Herald Editor Aminda Marqués González said to me," Julie's investigative series is set the tradition of award-winning journalism in the Herald that holds the powerful accountable and the phenomenal power of the local journ demonstrates alism. "
In November, in Miami, Herald reported when Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta was a US lawyer in Florida, he gave Epstein the "deal of his life". In a comprehensive review of the case of the politically linked billionaire, the Herald stated that Acosta had reached an agreement with Epstein to avoid serious repercussions for the hedge fund manager, despite the fact that a study of the federal government had identified 36 underage victims.
– Will Epstein be released on bail?
-" In an announcement made for Monday It is expected that the FBI will provide other victims with a phone number they can use to contact the SDNY, "the beast reports.