Maloney, Raskin, Speier, Wasserman Schultz, and Frankel Seek Briefing on DOJ’s Role in Favorable Plea Deal for Sexual Predator Jeffrey Epstein | House Committee on Oversight and Reform

“Over the past two years, DOJ told Committee staff that it could not provide a briefing or documents relating to this case because there was an ongoing investigation,” the lawmakers wrote.  “However, last week OPR completed its investigation and publicly released an executive summary of its findings, which appear to absolve former United States Attorney Alex Acosta and other DOJ attorneys from any wrongdoing and reducing their failure to prosecute Mr. Epstein to merely ‘poor judgement’.”
— Read on oversight.house.gov/news/press-releases/maloney-raskin-speier-wasserman-schultz-and-frankel-seek-briefing-on-doj-s-role

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