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Was Jeffrey Epstein a SPY? Alex Acosta won't deny he made non-prosecution deal with pedophile in 2007 because he was told the financier 'belonged to intelligence'

Was Jeffrey Epstein a SPY? Alex Acosta won't deny he made non-prosecution deal with pedophile in 2007 because he was told the financier 'belonged to intelligence' --Asked point-blank if he was ever told Epstein was an intelligence agent, Acosta bobbed and weaved --He wouldn't confirm or deny anything but cautioned about reporters 'going down rabbit holes' | 10 July 2019 | Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta avoided on Wednesday answering a reporter's question about whether he consented to a lenient plea deal for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in 2007 because he was instructed that the financier was a spy. According to The Daily Beast, when President Donald Trump's transition team vetted Acosta for the top Labor Department post, he was asked about the deal and replied that he had 'been told' to go easy. Acosta, in one source's telling, said he 'was told Epstein "belonged to intelligence" and to leave it alone.' In a press conference Wednesday afternoon, he dodged a pointed question about whether that version of events was true. 'Were you ever made aware at any point in your handling of this case,' a reporter asked Acosta, 'that Mr. Epstein was an intelligence asset of some sort?' Acosta neither confirmed nor denied it.