Epstein Accusers Suing FBI Over Alleged Failures to Protect Them – EVOL

A dozen accusers of Jeffrey Epstein are suing the FBI for allegedly failing to protect them from the now deceased businessman.

A group of 12 people who made accusations against Jeffrey Epstein are now suing the FBI for allegedly failing to protect them from the convicted sex offender and accused human trafficker who died in 2019.

According to the Feb. 14 complaint filed in a federal court in the Southern District of New York, the FBI is accused of failing to investigate Epstein, despite having evidence of his crimes, and lying about the whole affair. As a result, the complaint alleges Epstein’s sophisticated worldwide sex trafficking was able to continue for more than 20 years.

A second complaint by the same 12 people was filed in a federal court in Manhattan and is seeking damages from the U.S. government over similar allegations.

“For over two decades, the Federal Bureau of Investigation permitted Jeffrey Epstein to sex traffic and sexually abuse scores of children and young women by failing to do the job the American people expected of it,” the New York complaint says.

The victims, using Jane Doe pseudonyms, claim the FBI received credible tips in 1996 that Epstein was involved in



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