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DOJ Demands Prince Andrew Be Questioned by NY Prosecutors in Epstein Case

The crown is growing ever more tarnished by the moment.

The legend of Jeffrey Epstein’s insidious acts continues to grow this week, as the US Department of Justice jumps into the highly controversial case.

Epstein is now dead and gone, lost during a mysterious “suicide” in one of the world’s most secure detention facilities, at a time when none of the cameras in his section were working, and only a few days removed from being taken off of suicide watch.

These bizarre coincidences have spawned a number of wild conspiracy theories about Epstein – who was under arrest on child sex trafficking charges after having been been arrested on similar charged over a decade ago as well.  In that case, Epstein skated thanks to an absurd sweetheart deal from Florida prosecutors that simply added fuel to the conspiratorial fire.

Now, in an escalation that will surely have Epstein back on the tips of Americans’ tongues, a member of the Royal Family has been summoned by the DOJ to spill the beans about his relationship with the late pedophile.

THE US has officially demanded Britain hand over Prince Andrew to be quizzed over his links to billionaire pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein.

Andrew, 60, has so far refused to be quizzed by New York prosecutors investigating Epstein’s evil historic sex trafficking network but strongly denies any wrongdoing.

Until now it was thought he was only likely to be the target of action by Epstein’s victims in the US civil courts.

One – Virginia Roberts Giuffre, now 36 – alleges she had sex with Andrew on three occasions between 2001 and 2002, twice while underage. However Andrew denies this.

This means that Prince Andrew could soon be testifying in a UK court, under oath, about his connection to Jeffrey Epstein, which would be a stain on the crown the likes of which we’ve never seen before.

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