Palm Beach corrections division ignored rules to let Epstein out on “work-release”

Daily Mail [UK]

EXCLUSIVE: Jeffrey Epstein was NOT eligible for work release, Alex Acosta told prison officials, and running a fake company out of his lawyer’s office ‘undermined the purpose of jail,’ said US Attorney

  • DailyMail.com obtained letter sent from the US Attorney’s Office to the Corrections Division of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office in Dec. 2008
  • ‘I understand Mr Epstein would be ineligible for participation in the work release program if he committed three violations of F.S.S. 796,’ wrote Maria Villafana 
  • ‘Mr Epstein has committed at least three violations of Section 796.07,’ explained Villafana, who only learned this after filing an FOIA for the records
  • She also pointed out that his supervisor was listed as Darren Indyke, who was an attorney in New York, meaning he could be verify Epstein’s work attendance 
  • US Attorney Alex Acosta, who was behind sweetheart deal, said ‘the treatment he received while in state custody undermined the purpose of a jail sentence’

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