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Epstein’s pals must be squirming: files mention ‘1,000 people by name’

The unsealing of 10,000 pages by a 'victim' has already prompted one man to beg a judge to keep his name out of it

Harriet Alexander

Jeffrey Epstein’s friends are facing a nervous wait after a judge in New York on Wednesday laid out a schedule for releasing court documents that mention “literally 1,000 people” by name.

One unnamed man, known as John Doe, wrote to the court in advance of the hearing, begging the judge to keep his name out of the public domain.

Jeffrey Pagliuca, a lawyer for Epstein’s long-term companion Ghislaine Maxwell, said the release of the sealed documents should be delayed because they include “hundreds of pages of investigative reports that mention hundreds of people. They contain depositions taken from 29 people...

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