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Shocking Twist: Judge Takes Unprecedented Action to Conceal Epstein Files’ Key Evidence

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Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York has ordered the removal of recently released photos of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell with young women, including victims, from the court record, citing the need for redaction.

The photos, taken circa 2006 at Epstein’s compound in the Virgin Islands, depict disturbing scenes of Epstein and Maxwell with young girls.

The images were provided by survivor Sarah Ransome, who highlighted the manipulative tactics used to groom young girls for Epstein’s abuse. (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

Judge Preska wrote, “The Clerk of the Court is directed to strike docket entry 1332-7 in the above-captioned case because it contains inadvertently disclosed images that should have been redacted.”

“Counsel shall re-file the stricken document as soon as is practicable,” she continued.

“They were really naughty. You know, they took girls from very underprivileged families. They gave them accommodation, they gave them food, gave them money for transportation, you know, private planes, etc, etc,” said survivor Sarah Ransome

Despite Epstein’s 2008 conviction, he was allowed to oversee reforms to the Virgin Islands’ sexual offender laws, enabling further abuse.

Maxwell is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence, while Epstein died by suicide in 2019.

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