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Prince Andrew Accuser’s Secret Deal With Jeffrey Epstein Made Public

Virginia Roberts Giuffre was a teenager at the time when she claims she was abused by Epstein and his friends, including Prince Andrew.

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Details about a settlement agreement between Jeffrey Epstein and Virginia Roberts Giuffre – the sexual abuse victim who accused the late financier of trafficking her to Prince Andrew and other powerful men – were revealed to the public on Monday.

The 2009 legal document was unsealed by a court in New York City and reveals that Giuffre was paid $500,000 to drop the case against the notorious late pedophile, who was a known friend of the Duke of York.

Prince Andrew’s lawyers hope that the settlement will halt a lawsuit against their client for his alleged sex crimes against Giuffre, formerly known as Virginia Roberts, who alleges that she was forced to have sex with the duke in London and at two properties belonging to Epstein when she 17, a minor under U.S. law. Giuffre claims that Andrew knew at the time that she was underage.

Andrew, however, vociferously denies the claim and has tried to dismiss the case, which is being heard on Tuesday morning.

In the newly unsealed 12-page deal, Giuffre agreed to “release, acquit, satisfy, and forever discharge” Epstein and, crucially, “any other person or entity who could have been included as a potential defendant.”

Andrew’s attorneys argue that her lawsuit against him in October is a violation of the settlement with Epstein.

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If the case manages to move forward, the Duke of York would be placed in the humiliating position of sitting for a deposition under oath while turning over decades of personal communications.

According to U.S. district judge Lewis Kaplan, a trial could be set to begin as soon as between September and December of this year, reports The Independent.

Giuffre’s attorneys have disputed the relevancy of the settlement in regards to her lawsuit against the prince.

“The release does not mention Prince Andrew. He did not even know about it,” said attorney David Boies, according to CNN. “He could not have been a ‘potential defendant’ in the settled case against Jeffrey Epstein both because he was not subject to jurisdiction in Florida and because the Florida case involved federal claims to which he was not a part. The actual parties to the release have made clear that Prince Andrew was not covered by it.

“Lastly, the reason we sought to have the release made public was to refute the claims being made about it by Prince Andrew’s PR campaign,” Boies added.

Ghislaine Maxwell, a friend of Prince Andrew and “partner-in-crime” of Epstein in exploiting and abusing young girls, was found guilty of five charges of sex trafficking between 1994 and 2004 in a separate federal criminal trial last week.

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Turns Out Schrödinger, the Father of Quantum Physics, Was a Shameless Pedophile

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Long hailed as one of the fathers of quantum physics, celebrated physicist Erwin Schrödinger is now being reevaluated after damning evidence was published that shows that the scientist was a pedophile and serial “sexual predator.”

Schrödinger, a Nobel Prize-winning Austrian-Irish scientist remembered for his 1935 thought experiment “Schrödinger’s Cat,” was exposed as a pedophile by The Irish Times in a December report detailing his unapologetic record as a serial abuser of young girls and women.

Since the report’s publication, academics and faculties across the globe have been distancing themselves from the physicist and launching petitions to remove his name from their facilities.

The physicist made foundational contributions to quantum theory and is largely responsible for the current craze for quantum computing, but his extracurricular activities have been exposed as being fundamentally exploitative and abusive toward girls and women.

According to 2012 biography Erwin Schrödinger and the Quantum Revolution by John Gribbin, which the Irish Times cited, the physicist became preoccupied with, and groomed, a 14-year-old girl named Itha Junger after becoming her math tutor. Schrödinger, who was middle-aged at the time, impregnated her when she was 17.

That year, Junger became pregnant and resorted to a horrific abortion that left her sterile, leaving the relationship in tatters.

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The physicist also kept a record of his sexual exploits, which included being “infatuated” with a 12-year-old girl named Barbara. He only relented from pursuing the child after her family members protested. He later wrote in his diaries that the child was “among the unrequited loves of his life”.

Schrödinger, Life and Thought author Walter Moore noted that the physicist’s scummy attitude towards women “was essentially that of a male supremacist.”

Students and lecturers are now rejecting the scientist. In his adopted country, Ireland, a petition has been launched to change the title of a facility at Dublin’s Trinity University that’s named after him.

 “It seems in bad taste that a modern college such as Trinity – one that holds lectures to both men and women, one that (hopefully) rejects the abuse of women, of young girls or, indeed, of anyone – would honour this man with an entire building,” the petition reads.

“We can acknowledge the great mark Schrodinger has left on science through our study, and this petition does not wish to diminish the impact his lectures or ideas had in physics.”

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Queen Strips Prince Andrew of All Royal Titles as Child Sex Abuse Trial Looms

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Britain’s Prince Andrew has been unceremoniously stripped of his military and royal titles, Buckingham Palace announced Thursday, just one day after a Manhattan judge gave the green light to a sexual abuse lawsuit against the disgraced son of the Queen.

Andrew, 61, is now unable to use the title “His Royal Highness” in any official capacity and his other roles as the Duke of York will be distributed among the other members of the House of Buckingham.

“With The Queen’s approval and agreement, the Duke of York’s military affiliations and Royal patronages have been returned to The Queen,” the royal family said in an official statement, reports CNN. “The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.”

Prince Andrew faces a civil lawsuit from Virginia Giuffre Roberts, 38, who alleges that she was forced by late financier Jeffrey Epstein and his partner Ghislaine Maxwell to have “disgusting” sex with the duke in London when she 17, a minor under U.S. law. Giuffre claims that Andrew knew at the time that she was underage.

According to her lawsuit, she feared disobeying Epstein and Maxwell due to “their powerful connections, wealth and authority.” Andrew, however, vociferously denies the claim.

The ongoing drama surrounding Andrew has already led to the Queen stripping her middle son of performing royal tasks following his humiliating 2019 interview with the BBC where he attempted to justify his friendship with Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, who was recently found guilty of sex trafficking.

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At the time, the prince – a former Royal Navy helicopter pilot who flew missions in the 1982 Malvinas War – was allowed to retain his military titles, which included vice admiral of the Royal Navy and colonel of the Grenadier Guards.

However, Buckingham Palace had faced strong pressure from military groups to strip the Duke of York of those titles.

“We understand that he is your son, but … please do not leave it any longer,” a group of 150 veterans wrote in an open letter to the monarch.

“All of us have served our country and are proud to have done so. For that reason, we are particularly upset and angry that Prince Andrew remains a member of the armed forces and continues to hold military titles,” the veterans added.

“Officers of the British armed forces must adhere to the very highest standards of probity, honesty and honorable conduct. These are standards which Prince Andrew has fallen well short of,” the letter said.

Andrew is likely to face a trial in Manhattan federal court later this year following the court’s Wednesday ruling.

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Feds Drop Charges Against Guards Who Falsified Records on Night Epstein Died

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The two prison guards who admitted to falsifying records on the night Jeffrey Epstein purportedly killed himself have seen their charges dismissed by a federal judge.

On Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Analisa Torres in New York ordered all charges dropped against Bureau of Prisons guards Michael Thomas and Tova Noel after prosecutors said in a filing that the pair completed deferred prosecution agreements signed in May, reports CNN.

According to the federal filing, Thomas and Noel agreed to give authorities “truthful information related to their employment by the Bureau of Prisons, including about the events and circumstances described in the Indictment.”

Under the May agreement, the guards completed 100 hours of community service while cooperating in full with a review by the Department of Justice Inspector General.

Epstein, 66, died of apparent suicide while jailed at a federal prison in New York City on August 10, 2019, as he faced a potential prison sentence of up to 45 years on charges of pedophilia and sex trafficking from 2002 to 2005, with some of his sexual abuse victims being as young as 14.

Thomas and Noel were on duty as guards that night. Their initial indictment in the case noted that the pair neglected to complete a required prisoner count during their shift in the specialized unit where Epstein was imprisoned.

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The guards’ lawyers claim that their inaction wasn’t a result of any intention to commit crimes.

“The shortcomings and mistakes made by Ms. Noel were a result of inexperience, lack of proper and sufficient training, and being put in a position to fail by the leadership of MCC and the Bureau of Prisons,” said Noel’s attorney Jason Foy.

In November 2019, the two guards pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and filing false records.

The Epstein case has come back into the public eye following the prosecution of his former partner and “partner-in-crime” Ghislaine Maxwell on a range of sex trafficking charges.

Maxwell, 60, was found guilty of five of six charges for grooming four teenage girls for Epstein between 1994 and 2004 and acting as what prosecutors called a “sophisticated predator” who preyed on the young and vulnerable for the benefit of the rich and famous figures she and the late financier associated with.

Maxwell faces upwards of 60 years in prison for her crimes, and may also face added years for two of perjury counts that will be tried separately. However, it is believed that she may cooperate with authorities on other cases to ensure a reduction in her sentence.

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