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Epstein victim taunts those ‘on the naughty list’ after judge rules to reveal 170 names

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DailyMail.com revealed that judge Loretta Preska wrote ‘unsealed in full’ next to the names of 177 Does who are Epstein’s friends, recruiters, victims and others whose names will be revealed when the material is released within the coming weeks.

Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Giuffre taunted those who will be outed by asking ‘who’s on the naughty list?’ Giuffre, whose last name was Roberts at the time, says she was trafficked by Epstein and had sex with Prince Andrew aged 17. In her defamation case in New York against Epstein’s madam Ghislaine Maxwell, she fought to get a dossier containing the names of the disgraced financier’s associates and victims unsealed.

The 40-year-old took to X to celebrate the ruling today, writing: ‘Dozens of Jeffrey Epstein associates, victims likely to publicly ID’d in court docs in coming weeks.’ She added her thanks to the judge who made the ruling, calling her ‘a truth seeker & justice maker.’

Giuffre sued Maxwell for defamation in 2016 and while the case was settled, The Miami Herald – which published a bombshell expose of Epstein that led to his arrest in 2019 – sued to get the documents made public.

Some of the Does are identified in the ruling through links to interviews they have given to the media, which the judge cited as a reason why they should not stay private.

The Daily Mail reports that those names will include the housekeepers on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean where some of the worst abuse that he perpetrated was carried out.

In her ruling Judge Preska gave 14 days for any Does who objected to their documents being made public to object, after which they would be unsealed.

Among the documents could be details regarding another of Prince Andrew’s accusers, Johanna Sjoberg, who claims he fondled her breasts at Epstein’s New York mansion.

There will also be material about Haley Robson, who was named as a recruiter in police files of Epstein’s original investigation in 2006 in Palm Beach – though she has more recently claimed she was a victim too.

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BREAKING: White House announces mass-amnesty plan for illegal immigrants married to U.S. citizens

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An estimated 1.1 million illegal immigrants are married to United States citizens, and President Joe Biden just gave them a path to amnesty. The administration announced Tuesday that the sweeping executive action will provide legal protections in an effort to “keep families together” known as the “parole in place” program.

Eligible individuals will be protected from deportation and be provided with work permits if they have lived in the U.S. for at least a decade. They have three years to apply for permanent citizenship.

“President Biden believes that securing the border is essential,” the White House said in a statement. “He also believes in expanding lawful pathways and keeping families together, and that immigrants who have been in the United States for decades, paying taxes and contributing to their communities, are part of the social fabric of our country.”

National Review reports an estimated 500,000 people could benefit, and that Biden is expected to celebrate the executive action at a White House event celebrating the 12-year anniversary of former president Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which shields illegal-immigrant children from deportation. The new order will also make DACA recipients eligible for Obamacare.
The Biden administration is also crafting a plan to streamline the process for undocumented students and other illegal immigrants to receive temporary work visas, according to National Review which also notes that “although DACA has survived legal challenges up to this point, it’s unclear if Biden’s new executive action will have a similar fate, particularly given the composition of the Supreme Court.”

 

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