Why was Jeffrey Epstein allowed to purchase small women’s panties from the Palm Beach jail?

imaginethat

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Just go read it. An excerpt:

What’s clear from the Palm Beach sheriff’s records is that Epstein’s wealth provided him extraordinary privileges during his 13-month stay in Palm Beach stockade from June 30, 2008 toJuly 22, 2009 — an unlocked cell door, almost unlimited access to a TV, and a perhaps uniquely generous work release program that meant he spent almost as much time outside the jail as in it.​
The longer he stayed, the cushier things got. Six-day-a-week work release was extended to seven. Hours outside the cell were extended from 12 to 16. He was permitted to pass some of the time at home. Records that once referred to him as an inmate now called him “client.”​
Deputies, required to wear business suits, provided “security” for Epstein while he was on work release. They guarded the door to his office or home, sometimes from the outside, rather than keeping an eye directly on Epstein, while the inmate was on structured leave from the jail. Some deputies expressed relief in their daily reports that he seemed pleased with services rendered.​

More: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article234108307.html#storylink=cpy
 
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Marcus Livius

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Once you've worn little panties, you never want to go back unless you like the string riding your butt crack while wearing a g-string or the bunch up when wearing thongs.
 
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Just go read it. An excerpt:

What’s clear from the Palm Beach sheriff’s records is that Epstein’s wealth provided him extraordinary privileges during his 13-month stay in Palm Beach stockade from June 30, 2008 toJuly 22, 2009 — an unlocked cell door, almost unlimited access to a TV, and a perhaps uniquely generous work release program that meant he spent almost as much time outside the jail as in it.​
The longer he stayed, the cushier things got. Six-day-a-week work release was extended to seven. Hours outside the cell were extended from 12 to 16. He was permitted to pass some of the time at home. Records that once referred to him as an inmate now called him “client.”​
Deputies, required to wear business suits, provided “security” for Epstein while he was on work release. They guarded the door to his office or home, sometimes from the outside, rather than keeping an eye directly on Epstein, while the inmate was on structured leave from the jail. Some deputies expressed relief in their daily reports that he seemed pleased with services rendered.​

More: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article234108307.html#storylink=cpy
God bless the criminal justice system! WOW! The perks for the wealthy just never seem to stop.
 
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I really want to know why Acosta gave him that deal, and how Acosta was ever allowed to work in a position of power since. Especially at Labor Secretary.

Trump is a scumbag for giving him that position after that.
 
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I really want to know why Acosta gave him that deal, and how Acosta was ever allowed to work in a position of power since. Especially at Labor Secretary.

Trump is a scumbag for giving him that position after that.
Why is Bruce Ohr still at the DOJ?
 
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Why is Bruce Ohr still at the DOJ?
whatabotuism doesn't really work if you don't even give examples as to why he shouldn't be (whataboutism doesn't really work anyway but if you're going to do it, do it right)

why would anyone want to defend Acosta anyway?
 
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whatabotuism doesn't really work if you don't even give examples as to why he shouldn't be (whataboutism doesn't really work anyway but if you're going to do it, do it right)

why would anyone want to defend Acosta anyway?
It shows your tired double standards. You want government cleaned up, clean all of it, just not who whining liberals fake outrage about.