A decade before #MeToo, a multimillionaire sex offender from Florida got the ultimate break. He was over 50. The Miami Herald obtained thousands of FBI and court records, lawsuits, and witness Author: Aaron Albright, Julie K. Brown. A decade before #MeToo, a multimillionaire sex offender from Florida got the ultimate break. On a muggy October morning in 2007, Miami’s top federal prosecutor, Alexander Acosta, had a breakfast Author: Julie K. Brown.
Jul 04, 2019 · Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, conservative commentator Mike Cernovich and the Miami Herald newspaper won on Tuesday a court-ordered unsealing of a defamation lawsuit stemming from the prosecution of Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire who was convicted after pleading guilty in 2008 to soliciting sex with a minor.Author: Penny Starr. Jul 12, 2019 · Only in the past year has his misconduct been the focus of intense national media scrutiny, sparked by a bombshell 2018 Miami Herald report revealing that reporters had identified about 80 women who say Epstein abused them from 2001 to 2006. 2011: Told to register as a sex offender Author: Sara Boboltz.
Julie K. Brown and Emily Michot of the Miami Herald win the December Sidney for “Perversion of Justice,” a devastating five-part series that exposes the incredible deal that then-US Attorney and future labor secretary Alex Acosta struck with child sex predator Jeffrey Epstein. Eccentric hedge fund mogul Epstein enticed scores of teenage girls from troubled homes–some as young as 13. Nov 29, 2018 · A Miami Herald rejected accusations from former White House Anthony Scaramucci that her newspaper “planted” a story linking Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to convicted sex offender .