Jeffrey Epstein's plea deal 'gives Ghislaine Maxwell immunity from prosecution'

PUBLIC prosecutors who agreed a plea deal with child sex monster Jeffrey Epstein failed to spot that it gave immunity to his ex Ghislaine Maxwell.

Southern District of Florida lawyers meant it to protect only four other female associates in 2007.

But the badly worded document said the US would not charge “any potential co-conspirators of Epstein, including but not limited to (the four)”.

New York prosecutors decided the immunity applied only in Florida and the Brit socialite, 58, is to stand trial for allegedly finding girls as young as 14 for Epstein, who killed himself in jail.

A report into the 2007 case says more errors let him serve just 15 months despite dozens of alleged underage victims.

Prosecutors also failed to grab his computers and CCTV tapes which could have proved he had child pornography.

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