(Above: ‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.’ Source: YouTube video)
The Forum on Life, Culture & Society (FOLCS), a non-profit that hosts panel discussions on a range of societal issues, will livestream A Conversation on the Jeffrey Epstein Story tomorow, July 29, at 7:30 pm ET.
You can register for the event on Zoom.
The Epstein saga has received renewed attention recently. In May, Netflix released a four-part docuseries, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, which provided a detailed account of the American financier’s sex-trafficking activities and their lasting impact on countless victims. Then on July 2, close friend and collaborator Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested for her alleged role in procuring young girls for Epstein and his associates.
The panel will include Filthy Rich director and executive producer Lisa Bryant; Marc Fisher, a senior editor at The Washington Post; and survivors’ attorneys Sigrid McCawley and Spencer Kuvin. They will discuss the workings of Epstein’s ring, along with how he managed to subvert justice for so long despite overwhelming evidence and the testimony of countless survivors.
For more, visit FOLCS.org.
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