In New Mexico, Prosecutors Are Asking Victims Of Jeffrey Epstein To Come Forward

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Federal prosecutors are considering reopening cases against convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

According to Albuquerque news station KRQE, federal prosecutors are seeking help from the victims of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein in New Mexico.

Court documents reveal that the convicted pedophile used his vacation home in Southern Santa Fe County to solicit sex from at least 40 young girls. Prosecutors made a deal with Epstein roughly 10 years ago that allowed him to escape serving a significant amount of time behind bars.

But a recent ruling determined that the deal was made in violation of some of the rights of the victims, and now, prosecutors want the New Mexico victims to come forward so they can decide their next move.

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