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UK Prince Andrew defends friendship with Jeffrey Epstein

Sify Saturday, 24 August 2019
London, Aug 24 (IANS) UK Prince Andrew on Saturday defended his former friendship with multi-millionaire financier and convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, saying "at no stage" did he "see or suspect" any criminal behaviour.
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News video: Prince Andrew denies any suspicion of Jeffrey Epstein's behaviour

Prince Andrew denies any suspicion of Jeffrey Epstein's behaviour 01:06

The Duke of York has denied he ever suspected "any behaviour of the sort" from convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Breaking his silence following a string of media reports about his alleged links to the financier, who killed himself in prison two weeks ago, Andrew released a statement expressing...

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