US judge begins to release Epstein documents

The internet has been rife with speculation about the prominent personalities on the list, including former presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump

Release of Epstein files initiated in the US, featuring clients and co-conspirators of sex crime accused Jeffrey Epstein, who died by suicide in 2019 (representative image courtesy DW)
Release of Epstein files initiated in the US, featuring clients and co-conspirators of sex crime accused Jeffrey Epstein, who died by suicide in 2019 (representative image courtesy DW)
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The initial tranche includes 40 previously undisclosed documents, with almost 1,000 pages of depositions and statements, with the final library of documents expected to name prominent individuals.

A New York judge on Wednesday, 3 January, began to unseal the identities of people linked in court documents to Jeffrey Epstein, the financier who committed suicide in 2019 as he awaited trial for sex crimes.

Speculation has been rife in recent weeks that a judge was about to release a list of clients or co-conspirators of Epstein.

On Wednesday, the judge began the process of unveiling the documents.

More to follow...

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Editor's note: DW follows the German press code, which stresses the importance of protecting the privacy of suspects, victims and those who are associated with a criminal case, and urges us to refrain from revealing the full names.

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