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DeSantis To Approve Release Of Jeffrey Epstein Jury Docs

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced he will sign a bill releasing the 2006 grand jury documents from the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein only received minimal charges then for procuring underage girls for prostitution.

DeSantis questioned why the Biden administration was withholding additional Epstein files, saying all related documents should be public.

DeSantis posted, “All files related to Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal activity should be made public.”

“While the federal government continues to stonewall accountability, I’m glad the Legislature has taken action to release the grand jury material from the Florida state case. I will sign the bill into law,” he continued.

“Why won’t Biden release the federal government’s Epstein files?” asked the Florida Governor.

Epstein died in federal custody in 2019 awaiting sex trafficking charges.

His brother Mark Epstein has since shared autopsy photos showing neck injuries that raise questions about the official suicide ruling.

Mark initially accepted the ruling but medical examiners privately said it looked like homicide, so he now wonders who may have killed Epstein if not suicide.

Mark Epstein said, “I had no reason to doubt it. He didn’t have any children. Our parents are gone. He would know he didn’t have to worry about me. … so, I respected that as his decision.”

He continued, “So, then the questions became if he didn’t commit suicide, then he was killed, and then who killed him? How was it done?”

DeSantis’ bill aims to provide transparency around the original light treatment Epstein received.

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