A US court formally closed the criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday. The multi-millionaire suspected of child abuse died in prison earlier this month.
Judge Richard Berman said earlier that he was obliged to close the case. He still gave a stage to women who claim to have been abused as a teenager by Epstein. This gave them the opportunity to tell their story in the courtroom.
Prosecutors say that the investigation into the alleged crimes of the wealthy Epstein is continuing. According to them, the fact that the businessman can no longer be prosecuted does not mean that any henchmen will go free.
FBI investigates broken surveillance cameras at cell Epstein
Reuters news agency wrote on Thursday that the FBI will investigate two broken security cameras at the Epstein cell.
Epstein was found lifeless in his cell on 10 August. Research has shown that he has robbed himself of life. Multi-millionaire lawyers have questioned that conclusion. The cameras would not have functioned that night.
See also: Do the victims of Epstein still get justice now that he is dead?
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