London, January 12, 2022 – The Prince Andrew of England, involved in the Epstein scandal, will go on trial in the United States. A US judge has in fact rejected the Duke of York’s request to file the civil case brought by his accuser Virginia Giuffrè. This was reported by some British media. There American justice stated today civil complaint admissible against the principe per “Sexual assault” to the detriment of the American Virginia Giuffrè for facts dating back to 2001, when the woman was a minor. A New York judge upheld the lawsuit against the Duke of York, despite a request to dismiss the case filed by lawyers for the Queen of England’s third child. In the civil complaint filed in August, Virginia Giuffre claims that the prince “sexually assaulted her” three times in 2001 – when she was 17 – in London, New York and the US Virgin Islands, the residences of the multi-millionaire pedocriminal Jeffrey Epstein.
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The archiving request
In his decision, Judge Lewis Kaplan held that the archiving request of the civil complaint, presented in the summer of 2021 by Giuffrè, one of the victims of the sex crimes of the American pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, must be “rejected”.
On January 4, 2022, Judge Kaplan heard the arguments of Giuffrè’s lawyers and the defenders of the Queen’s son during a crucial hearing by teleconference. On a civilian level, his lawyers believed they could escape justice thanks to a agreement signed in 2009 between Epstein and Virginia Giuffrè.
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The economic agreement
The New York judges made public this agreement under which Giuffrè had received $ 500,000 from Epstein. And according to this transaction signed in Florida 12 years ago, the woman promised not to prosecute Epstein, or “other potential defendants”. The name or title of the Duke of York is not mentioned in the document, but the defense believed that he protected Epstein and all his “friends”, and therefore also the prince. The New York judge does not seem to have thought of it in these terms.