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    Dr. Michael Baden: New Epstein evidence points to murder

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    Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged ‘madam’ told a former acquaintance that she and the now-dead pedophile had “everything on videotape,” according to The Telegraph.

    The acquaintance, socialite and distant relative to the royals Christina Oxenberg, said that Maxwell also told her that Epstein bought a private helicopter because commercial pilots were “eyes and ears” he did not need.

    She revealed she had spoken to the FBI about what she had been told.

    Ms Oxenberg, 57, first met Maxwell in the early 1990s and said she would never forget a conversation the pair once had in Maxwell’s home.

    “We were alone,” she said. “She said many things. All creepy. Unorthodox. Strange. I could not believe whatever she was saying was real. Stuff like: ‘Jeffrey and I have everyone on videotape.’” – READ MORE
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    The FBI on Tuesday raided the Manhattan HQ of Peter Nygard's fashion company amid ongoing claims he abused girls as young as 14.

    The fashion executive is a friend of Prince Andrew who has hosted the royal and his children at his Bahamas mansion over the last few decades.

    The Bahamas property is said to have been the scene of the sexual abuse of girls as young as 14.

    For the last five months, he has been the subject of a secret investigation into sex trafficking, according to
    The New York Times.

    On Tuesday, agents flocked to the Nygard building in Times Square, where the Canadian business executive runs his operation.

    It is not clear if he was there.

    Six police vans were there and agents were spotted on the sixth floor of the building and in the lobby.

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    Prince Andrew has recruited an extradition lawyer once used by Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet after the FBI demanded an interview with the royal over his links to Jeffrey Epstein, it has been revealed.

    Claire Montgomery QC, known as the leading extradition lawyer in the UK, is said to be advising the 60-year-old Duke, after being instructed by Gary Bloxsome, a leading defence solicitor who has worked on similar cases in the past.

    Ms Montgomery, of Matrix Chambers, is a specialist with dealing with 'cross border challenges', according to her resume.

    Among her long list of defence clients are Augusto Pinochet, the former dictator of Chile who was indicted for crimes against humanity by Spain during the 90s.

    General Pinochet was indicted on an international arrest warrant for human rights violations by Spain, before being arrested in a London hospital where he was undergoing minor surgery in 1998.

    In 1998 Mrs Montgomery represented the dictator in his case before the House of Lords -then the highest court in the country - in a hard-fought 16-month-long legal battle.

    She also represented the former Prime Minister of Thailand after he was ousted in a military coup in 2011; and Vijay Mallya, who India seeks to extradite from the UK to face financial crime charges.

    Mrs Montgomery charges fees up to £1,000 per hour, the Telegraph newspaper reported.

    The FBI, US prosecutors and lawyers for Epstein's victims want to speak to Andrew as part of investigations into the disgraced financier's sex trafficking ring.

    Ms Roberts, now known by her married name Giuffre, claims she was trafficked to London and coerced into having sex with the Prince on three occasions in London, New York and the US Virgin Islands.

    The Duke has categorically and repeatedly denied her claims.

    Last month, US attorney Geoffrey Berman said prosecutors and the FBI had contacted the Duke's representatives but had received no reply.

    Andrew was said to be 'angry and bewildered' about the claims, saying he had not been approached to speak about the case.

    Up until now, information about the Duke's legal team had been unknown, with aides at the Palace refusing to give up the information about who he had instructed.

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