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We have ID'd 4 Main Justice / DC DOJ Officials involved in the Epstein investigation/plea deal.

High levels of the DC DOJ Criminal Division involved.

[Happy to assist in the research of this piece]

This included Andrew Oosterbaan - Chief of the Criminal Division's Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section.

He was kept in the loop on "draft indictments and the status of plea negotiations."
The DOJ's Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and Chief of Staff to the Criminal Division.

He knew of potential charges, indictment changes, details w/ FL Attorney's Office, and "final revisions to indictment package."
There's more - what evidence did the FBI/DOJ have on Epstein?

An FBI file entitled “Summary of Sexual Activity,” containing an analysis of victim-specific information chart showing phone calls, travel, and grand jury evidence.
On July 15, Epstein's lawyer provided a couple more DOJ names: Alice Fisher and Sigal Mandelker.

Records show Mandelker was involved in post-plea negotiations involving the indictment.

Mandelker is currently a high-level Treasury Official.
Alice Fisher was Asst. AG at the time (2007). She had knowledge of:

1) Post-plea victim payments
2) Negotiations to change letters to victims

Starr also reached out to her in 11/2007 to complain about how Epstein's deal wasn't being followed by DOJ.
There's more.

In a 2008 letter, Ken Starr (atty for Epstein) notes that Asst. AG Alice Fisher (DC) put a stop to sending "victim notification letters" to Epstein's minor victims.

Main Justice helped sweep this whole thing under the rug.
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