FAST FIVE: Judge Rules Plea Deal For "Orgy Island Billionaire" Broke Federal Law

Published by on

But is only now being resolved following renewed interest in the case following a series of reports in the Herald about how the wealthy and well-connected Epstein – who allegedly ferried Bill Clinton and actor Kevin Spacey to his “Orgy Island” aboard his plane, which has been termed “the Lolita Express” – received such a lenient sentence for offenses that some said should have elicited federal sex trafficking charges.

Marra agreed, saying that while prosecutors had the right to resolve the case in any way they saw fit, they violated the law by hiding the agreement from Epstein's victims.

“When the Government gives information to victims, it cannot be misleading.

But White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the administration would be “looking into” Acosta's role in the plea deal.

The ruling comes after Senators on the Judiciary Committee asked that the DOJ open an investigation into the deal, which was offered at a time when Robert Mueller was running the FBI.

Categories: ZH