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- In a probe of Jeffrey Epstein, his dead sex criminal friend, U.S. prosecutors have formally requested through the United Kingdom an interview with Queen Elizabeth II’s second son.
- The top federal prosecutor in Manhattan has said several times that Andrew has not cooperated as promised with investigators in their probe of Epstein.
- Andrew’s lawyers however, issued a statement saying that the Duke of York has three times so far this year offered to assist the U.S. Department of Justice.
- Andrew’s attorneys suggested that the U.S. Prosecutors public statements on the case were “seeking publicity rather than accepting the assistance proffered.”