There’s No Such Thing As “Underage Women”. They Are Children

There’s No Such Thing As “Underage Women”. They Are Children

Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire financier who has been tied to Price Andrew, President Trump, and former President Clinton has been arrested for violating Title 18 of the U.S. Code Section 1591 on Saturday, July 6.
He was charged with child trаffсking and conspiracy to commit trafficking both in New York and Florida from 2002 to 2005.

He is being charged by the Attorney General’s Office of the Southern District of New York 11 years after he got off on similar charges through a plea deal. The deal was handed to him by now-Labor Secretary, and then U.S. attorney Alex Acosta.
When Epstein’s recent charges were brought to light, the plea deal is now under new scrutiny.

He pleaded guilty in 2008 to state charges and received an extremely lenient sentence. He had to spend 13 months in jail, but he was allowed to leave the jail on work release. He also had to register as an offеnder, and Acosta agreed to abandon investigating Epstein any further and not prosecute anyone who has accused of finding Epstein young girls to work with.

Epstein walked free, even though unsealed court records show that the now 66-year-old has been accused of luring underage girls as young as 14 to his $77 million home “under the guise of paying them cash for massages”.
He has been accused of molesting them and sending them to find more underage girls that he could use. He used to pay the young girls money for finding other girls.

Epstein could spend up to 45 years in prison if charged, as he is currently being held without bail at the Manhattan Correctional Center, and prosecutors want to seize his Manhattan townhouse.

His employees have also been accused of helping him find these underage girls for when he traveled, and investigators found a safe filled with photographs of children during a raid of his Upper East Side Manhattan townhouse.

The thing is that many reports refer to the girls as “underage women”. No, there’s no such thing as “underage women”. They are children.


So, if a “female” is under 18 (or whatever the local age of consent happens to be): does that mean she is a child? Would I be safe to call her a “girl”?

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