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Jeffrey Epstein described himself as “radioactive”, and then he died in prison. But right before that, he was a friend and confidant of many of America’s most powerful politicians, billionaires, and entertainers, some of whom apparently shared a common interest: trafficking underaged girls. In "BROKEN: JEFFREY EPSTEIN" host Ariel Levy (The New Yorker) and Special Correspondent and Executive Producer Julie K. Brown (The Miami Herald) tell the full story of Epstein, his accomplices, and the broken systems that enabled his crimes.

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    • 3.8, 802 Ratings

Jeffrey Epstein described himself as “radioactive”, and then he died in prison. But right before that, he was a friend and confidant of many of America’s most powerful politicians, billionaires, and entertainers, some of whom apparently shared a common interest: trafficking underaged girls. In "BROKEN: JEFFREY EPSTEIN" host Ariel Levy (The New Yorker) and Special Correspondent and Executive Producer Julie K. Brown (The Miami Herald) tell the full story of Epstein, his accomplices, and the broken systems that enabled his crimes.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
802 Ratings

802 Ratings

Musehobo ,

Worth listening but missing a bit

2 episodes in, so forgive me if we get a deeper bio on Epstein later in the podcast. The info is good and professionally handled. But the editing and story sequencing are bad.

Most of us don’t know much about JE. So in the first episode it would make sense to start with the allegations/truths, then at least give some bio. Instead the episode moves into details on some of the cases. So maybe this will feel more like a news report? Nope. Episode 2 we get a detailed bio on his main accomplice. Very strange and a bit disappointing. I still don’t know much about who he was or how he got to be such a terrible person.

However the info disseminated here is very interesting and I will definitely keep listening. 3.5/5

WillmaB ,

Great episode.

Great episode. This story is very interesting. It shows you what to look for when it comes to trafficking. Anyone can be a victim. And you cover it in a way that really gets to the dirty truth about the world of rich men and the power they crave.

KD9CWX ,

Very highly detailed

This podcast is very detailed and well organized. As it goes this is borderline between a criminal deposition and a journalist report.

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