SOURCE The Ed Schultz Show

As federal prosecutors respond to allegations they gave convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein a “sweetheart deal,” critics are now saying his sentence may have violated the Crime Victims Rights Act. Host of “America’s Lawyer” Mike Papantonio explains the legal implications of reopening the case.

A former Secret Service agent is threatening to release damaging information on former President Bill Clinton’s trips aboard the “Lolita Express” ‒ Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet. Epstein was convicted in 2008 for soliciting sex from an underage girl. RT America’s Ed Schultz discusses the potential fallout from this salacious story with host of “America’s Lawyer,” Mike Papantonio.

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