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  • Lang Spoon
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    That man is pure ridiculous. dunno how he can still do the job after Charles dissed him on camera.

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  • Vicarious Thrillseeker
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    I just saw Nicholas Witchell doing his weapons-grade royal arselicking on BBC news just now.

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  • ad hoc
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    Were raping girls eating in Pizza Express and selling arms to Saudi Arabia his "royal duties" or is he not giving them up?

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  • Balderdasha
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    Prince Andrew stepping back from royal duties.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50496539

    Yes, but when are they going to extradite him?

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  • Gangster Octopus
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    Bloody hell, Penny Junor is still alive...

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  • Eggchaser
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    Originally posted by ursus arctos View Post
    Two of the guards have been indicted on federal charges of falsifying records.
    Got your bus, right here!

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  • Tactical Genius
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    Originally posted by Balderdasha View Post
    Although the fact that he's slipped from second in line to eighth in line to the throne might have the rest of the royal family calculating whether to throw him under the bus to preserve the institution.
    In the long list of scandals this is minor.
    i am sure any complainants will be cakes off and those who want to take it further will suddenly lose the ability to drive properly or become suicidal.

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  • ursus arctos
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    As far as criminal exposure, that is likely correct. There are severe statute of limitations issues, even before one gets to extradition and/or the requisite level of proof.

    Civil liability is a different matter, though, and I'm virtually certain he has been consulting with counsel.

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  • Balderdasha
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    Although the fact that he's slipped from second in line to eighth in line to the throne might have the rest of the royal family calculating whether to throw him under the bus to preserve the institution.

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  • Balderdasha
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    Originally posted by Satchmo Distel View Post
    How much legal jeopardy is Prince Andrew in?
    I would assume none. Who's going to arrest him?!? He acts like he can get away with anything, because he can.

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  • Satchmo Distel
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    How much legal jeopardy is Prince Andrew in?

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  • ursus arctos
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    On August 10, 2019, NOEL and THOMAS repeatedly failed to complete mandated counts of prisoners under their watch in the MCC’s Special Housing Unit (“SHU”). Instead, for substantial portions of their shifts, NOEL and THOMAS sat at their desk, browsed the internet, and moved around the common area of the SHU. To conceal their failure to perform their duties, NOEL and THOMAS repeatedly signed false certifications attesting to having conducted multiple counts of inmates that they did not do. As a result of those false statements, the MCC believed prisoners in the SHU were being regularly monitored when, in fact, as a result of the defendants’ conduct, no correctional officer conducted any count or round of the SHU from approximately 10:30 p.m. on August 9 until approximately 6:30 a.m. on August 10, at which time, NOEL and THOMAS discovered the body of MCC inmate Jeffrey Epstein, who had committed suicide overnight while unobserved.

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  • ursus arctos
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    Two of the guards have been indicted on federal charges of falsifying records.

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  • Antepli Ejderha
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    Originally posted by Balderdasha View Post
    Go and google the latest reviews for Pizza Express Woking...
    Magnificent.

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  • Guy Profumo
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    Pizza Express.

    So.

    Not Annabel's or the Ivy then?

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  • Balderdasha
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    Go and google the latest reviews for Pizza Express Woking...

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  • Antepli Ejderha
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    https://www.mintpressnews.com/ari-be...igence/262162/

    What was the relationship between Epstein, Maxwell and Israel?

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  • Incandenza
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    (thinking face emoji)

    Jeffrey Epstein’s biggest client had deserted him, his money management firm had lost more than $150 million during the financial crisis, and he was a registered sex offender. But after he started a new company with a wildly speculative business plan in 2012, Mr. Epstein had no problem pulling in cash.

    His start-up, Southern Trust, reported more than $200 million in revenues over the next five years, according to a review of previously unreported financial statements filed in the Virgin Islands.

    Despite a name that calls to mind a financial services firm, the fledgling company with a handful of employees said it was developing a DNA data-mining service. Southern Trust was trying to gauge customers’ predisposition to cancer by “basically organizing mathematical algorithms,” Mr. Epstein told Virgin Islands officials as he sought a lucrative tax break in 2012.


    Mr. Epstein’s business revival is documented in financial statements and other filings obtained by The New York Times. The documents — from Southern Trust and his earlier firm, Financial Trust — offer a glimpse of Mr. Epstein’s mysterious finances. They show that Financial Trust peaked at the end of 2004, when it reported $563 million in assets and net income of $108 million. And they demonstrate how Mr. Epstein rebuilt his business in his later years, with Southern Trust reporting $175 million in retained earnings — leftover profits that can be reinvested — in 2017, the last year for which statements were available.
    But the documents do not say who was paying vast sums of money to Mr. Epstein’s new venture just a few years after his 2008 guilty plea to soliciting a minor for prostitution. Nor do they offer an explanation for why customers would hand over money to a man who had apparently switched from financial services to DNA research.

    They do, however, offer a reason for that sudden change in focus. In 2012, Mr. Epstein asked the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority to note that Financial Trust no longer managed money, so it would not have to register with federal securities regulators as required under the Dodd-Frank Act. Later that year, Financial Trust was replaced by Southern Trust, which Mr. Epstein told territorial officials would still maintain a “financial arm.”

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  • Nefertiti2
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    No thanks to the New York Times, apparently


    https://twitter.com/jayrosen_nyu/status/1170466993172074496?s=20

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  • WOM
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    The 'star' of that New Yorker article, Joi Ito, has already stepped down.

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  • Nefertiti2
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    [URL]https://twitter.com/couldrynick/status/1170446212778119168?s=21[/URL]

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  • Ginger Yellow
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    The New Yorker has the world's most ridiculous style guide.

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  • ursus arctos
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    Ha!

    I was wondering who was going to notice, and you had the shortest odds.

    How weird is that?

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  • Bruno
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    What's with the accent over the E, New Yorker?

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  • ursus arctos
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    [URL="https://twitter.com/ronanfarrow/status/1170170472698437632?s=21"]https://twitter.com/ronanfarrow/status/1170170472698437632[/URL]

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