When federal judges hit ‘reply all’

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The Fox News electronic ticker at the News Corporation building shows the news about Jeffrey Epstein after he was found dead in his cell in the Manhattan Correctional Center of New York City, New York, U.S., August 10, 2019. Photo credit: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

Fallout continues this week from Jeffrey Epstein’s death, which has now been officially ruled a suicide. Where’s his longtime confidante, Ghislaine Maxwell, who’s widely suspected of participating in a conspiracy to sex traffic girls for him? She’s been missing or at least she hasn’t been in public. Those photos of her at an In-N-Out Burger in the Valley? They appear to be fake. Josh and Ken talk about those dupes and if they were likely to have misled the Feds. Should we assume the government is looking for her in the first place? And, despite Epstein’s death, would a case against Maxwell be harder to prosecute than people think? What about the will he signed two days before he died?

Plus: accountability in the Epstein saga, an IRS analyst pleads guilty to leaking financial records to Michael Avenatti, and long suffering federal judges and what happens when they get angry and hit ‘reply all.’



Sara Fay