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BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein
Jeffrey Epstein described himself as “radioactive”, and then he died in prison. But right before that, he was a friend and confidant of many of America’s most powerful politicians, billionaires, and entertainers, some of whom apparently shared a common interest: trafficking underaged girls. In "BROKEN: JEFFREY EPSTEIN" host Ariel Levy (The New Yorker) and Special Correspondent and Executive Producer Julie K. Brown (The Miami Herald) tell the full story of Epstein, his accomplices, and the broken systems that enabled his crimes.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.0 stars from 2,787 ratings
Excellent
So interesting. Well researched & many interviews. Provides a view of the protective systems and prevailing attitudes (of the rich and poor) that allowed Epstein's many crimes to take place. As a Brit I'd love to hear a future episode discussing Prince Andrew's involvement.Read full review »
Acrobat Cat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/09/19
Very little research and investigation done. Disappointed. And No bad prison conditions is Not why Epstein is dead .
Crud muffin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/06/19
Who are these monsters
By that, I mean Epstein and Maxwell. Didn’t know anything really about this until news broke and I feel like this pod is doing its job to break it down.
Crunks via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/05/19
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