Prince Andrew won't voluntarily cooperate in Epstein inquiry, prosecutor says | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Prince Andrew won't voluntarily cooperate in Epstein inquiry, prosecutor says

In November, Andrew said he was “willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations if required”.

Berman made a similar claim in January, which former sex crimes prosecutors told the Guardian was most likely a move designed to win political support for the investigation.

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Buckingham Palace said then it would not comment and the matter was being dealt with by the prince’s legal team. Contacted on Monday, a Palace spokeswoman said: “The issue is being dealt with by the Duke of York’s legal team.”

Buckingham Palace has consistently refused to reveal any details of Andrew’s legal team but the Duke has reportedly hired Clare Montgomery, a senior barrister at Matrix Chambers, whose clients have included Augusto Pinochet, Chile’s former dictator, and Shrien Dewani, charged with and acquitted of murdering his wife in South Africa. She also prosecuted the Metropolitan police over the death of Jean Charles de Menezes, shot dead in a failed anti-terror operation.

Montgomery declined to comment to an inquiry from the Guardian. She is reportedly briefed by Gary Bloxsome, a criminal defence solicitor who has defended British troops against war crime allegations. It has been reported he was appointed directly by Andrew, though this has not been confirmed by the palace.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That Prince Andrew has most probably retained this woman, with an absolutely colorful background, when it comes to clients, speaks volumes here.

Apparently, in 21st century Britain, being part of the royal family, means never having to say you're sorry, even if you may be just as guilty as sin for acts which you are now attempting to cover up the best you can; I do feel sorry for Queen Elizabeth; his ex-wife, and his kids, that he could do something like what he is accused of; but sympathy for Prince Andrew?!? Hell, no.

He appears to be purchasing the best defense team money can buy, as did OJ Simpson did with his "Dream Team", when he was accused of murdering his Ex, and her boyfriend; I fully expect the precise, same results here.

But the ultimate effects on the royal family, will wind up far worse than those of Mexhit, as the royal family will be dealing with the stigma of the accusation for a very, very long time.

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