Prince Andrew's painful Newsnight interview

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andy1 wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:32 am Come on she was offered a jet set lifestyle for services she provided, she knew what was required of her and could have said no at any time..........
Andy PLEASE :facepalm:
watch the 4 part doc ( where the girls are interviewed. ) They were damaged girls and jeffery was very good at picking up on that, a true predator!! and than come back and repeat that>> They were not promised an "jet set lifestyle" they were told they would be giving a massage to some old guy
There 14-17 years old, they were not told they had to fuck an old man, they felt intimated and manipulated by the ADULTS in the situation.

You cant really believe what u wrote..
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Exclusion of Andrew from wedding photographs cements prince's fall

Randy Andy's daughter Princess Beatrice got married on Friday and the royal family has released wedding photos.. sans Andrew..

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So their exclusion from their eldest child’s official wedding photographs, amid a continuing scandal over the Duke’s links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, will cut like a knife.
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andy1 wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:32 am Come on she was offered a jet set lifestyle for services she provided, she knew what was required of her and could have said no at any time..........
You are very VERY wrong, in fact you couldn't be more wrong.
Please watch the interviews with the victims before you make ridiculous statements about these victims of sex traffickers.
They were groomed, lied to and often abused on an island where there was absolutely no escape.

Underage girls cannot consent. Non-consent is rape.
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This is one interview with one of the victims. There are many.

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clutchcargo wrote: Sun Jul 19, 2020 4:57 pm Exclusion of Andrew from wedding photographs cements prince's fall

Randy Andy's daughter Princess Beatrice got married on Friday and the royal family has released wedding photos.. sans Andrew..

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So their exclusion from their eldest child’s official wedding photographs, amid a continuing scandal over the Duke’s links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, will cut like a knife.
I've lived in 2 of the most Royalty obsessed countries in the world, and I see very little difference in the way the establishment protects and promotes them in either. Obscene privilge in the modern world, off with their heads the lot of them.
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I feel so sorry for Andrew's girls, it must be excruciating for them.
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rozzieoz wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 7:49 am I feel so sorry for Andrew's girls, it must be excruciating for them.
When you say "Andrew's girls", do you mean the girls he has allegedly abused or his daughters? Then again, it probably applies to all of them.
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clutchcargo wrote: Sun Jul 19, 2020 4:57 pm Exclusion of Andrew from wedding photographs cements prince's fall

Randy Andy's daughter Princess Beatrice got married on Friday and the royal family has released wedding photos.. sans Andrew..

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So their exclusion from their eldest child’s official wedding photographs, amid a continuing scandal over the Duke’s links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, will cut like a knife.
Nice to see Phillip on his feet, I had a feeling he was at deaths door.

The fact that the father of the bride is excluded demonstrates the Queen's control of 'the firm' is still complete. It also goes to show that she has made up her mind about Andrew's culpability in the Epstein scandal.

He better stay put in the UK for the rest of his life if he values his liberty. Who knows what Maxwell has already said to the US authorities and what sealed indictments lay in a draw somewhere just waiting for the right time.
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considering 17yrs old is legal in most places , then I can't really see what all the fuss is about
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