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Part of Jeffrey Epstein’s money would be in two Puerto Rican banks

However, this was not the only connection between the late investor – who faced multiple sex trafficking and sexual abuse charges of teenage girls in the United States - and the Caribbean

January 6, 2024 - 7:49 PM

El agresor sexual registrado Jeffrey Epstein fue detenido por las autoridades federales. (AP)
The U.S. tycoon owned luxurious mansions and even his private hideaway island, Little St. James, which, according to victim's testimonies and investigations carried out by federal agencies, was used to cover for more than a decade a network of sexual crimes against young girls.

The name of the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, who deposited part of his money in two of the leading Puerto Rican banks, Banco Popular and FirstBank, continues to resonate publicly after Loretta Preska, U.S. District Court Judge in t the Southern District of New York, ordered to unseal court documents that were part of Epstein´s case.

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