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Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein behind bars for sex trafficking of young girls

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazines Editor Farron Cousins break down the latest indictment of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who is being charged with sex trafficking of girls as young as 14. Much controversy has erupted over the ‘sweetheart deal’ he was given years ago, brokered by current Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, but this latest arrest is sending shockwaves across the political landscape by proving Epstein’s financial clout does not in fact put him above the law. What does this mean for prominent figures that have proven ties with Epstein, including Bill Clinton and Donald Trump?

Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos talks shop about Huawei and its lawsuit against the US government, which alleges the federal blacklisting of the Chinese telecom giant is unjustified, even unconstitutional.

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows shines a spotlight on two New Jersey superior court judges who failed to deliver justice in cases involving the rape of a minor. Just what led to their decisions not to try the perpetrators as adults?

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