The fact of not giving enough care or attention to someone or something:
“Culpable negligence” or “Criminal negligence.”
It refers to a situation where someone fails to fulfill their duty or take necessary action to help someone in need, especially in a critical or emergency situation. This legal term implies that the person could be held criminally responsible for their failure to act when there was an obligation to do so.
Jeffrey Epstein’s New Secrets (with Julie K. Brown) | TNL Sunday
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14 jan 2024
Tim speaks with Polk Award winning author Julie K. Brown about the recent batch of documents released regarding the Epstein case as well as her book ‘Perversion of Justice: The Jeffrey Epstein Story’. Julie K Brown is an investigative reporter for the Miami Herald.
0:00 – Intro
2:00 – How Julie K. Brown Started Researching Epstein Case
3:58 – Labor Secretary Alex Acosta’s Lenient Plea Deal for Epstein
9:22 – Interviewing Victims on Treatment During Case
16:52 – Origin Story of Jeffery Epstein
19:18 – Victoria’s Secret Les Wexner CEO connection to Epstein
20:25 – Brown Kept Research Under the Radar
21:50 – Trump Accuser Within Epstein Case
23:38 – How Mistreated Victims Were for Coming Forward
27:42 – Takeaways from Latest Information Released
33:13 – How Epstein Kept Charges Secret
38:43 – Pyramid House on the Island
39:43 – Conspiracies around the Epstein Cases
45:27 – Trump’s Response to Ghislaine Maxwell in Jail
46:23 – Next Case Brown is Investigating
At minute 3: Sweet Deal
Prince Andrews lies are taken apart
17 nov 2019
In a Newsnight special, Emily Maitlis interviews the Duke of York as he speaks for the first time about his relationship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and allegations which have been made against him over his own conduct.
The Duke of York speaks to Emily Maitlis about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations against him.
In a world exclusive interview, Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis speaks to Prince Andrew, the Duke of York at Buckingham Palace.
For the first time, the Duke addresses in his own words the details of his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who took his own life while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
In 2015, Prince Andrew was named in court papers as part of a US civil case against Epstein.
The Prince, who is the Queen’s third child, also answers questions about the allegations made against him by one of Epstein’s victims, and discusses the impact of the scandal on the Royal family and his work.