US Officially Orders UK To Force Prince Andrew To Appear In Court For Epstein Questioning



For months, Prince Andrew has been dodging US authorities, who are seeking him for questioning about his relationship with the disgraced pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.

All of the requests thus far have been informal, but now, the Department of Justice has formally told the Duke of York that he is the subject of a criminal probe and is wanted for questioning.

Prince Andrew continues to deny any wrongdoing or knowledge of Epstein’s many crimes, despite testimony from witnesses and a growing body of evidence indicating that he was involved.

Attorney Geoffrey Berman has previously described the prince as a “co-conspirator” in Epstein’s criminal network.


Andrew has previously promised to help investigators with the case, but has since removed himself from public life. He has also refused requests for interviews that investigators have sent him.

Virginia Giuffre, one of the many girls trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, has become one of his most outspoken victims. She has also accused the prince of sexually assaulting her while she was underage. Giuffre has appeared on dozens of interviews with broadcasters around the world to share her story.

Andrew has made no public comments on the matter since promising to speak with investigators after his BBC interview where he made numerous claims that were later exposed as lies.

Most notably, the prince claimed that he never met Giuffre or even heard the name before. A leak of private emails where he mentioned Virginia Giuffre surfaced just days after the interview, proving his claims false.

US Officially Orders UK To Force Prince Andrew To Appear In Court For Epstein Questioning US Officially Orders UK To Force Prince Andrew To Appear In Court For Epstein Questioning Reviewed by Anson Moore on June 08, 2020 Rating: 5

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