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Eye witness account of Prince Andrew at Jeffrey Epstein’s Island

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There has been a breakthrough in an eye witness account. Maybe Prince Andrew will not be able to use his mother’s money and influence to escape charges, as he seems to have before. With a former telecommunications specialist who serviced Jeffrey Epstein’s phone lines and internet on his private island, Mr Steve Scully has provided some detailed information.

Mr Scully worked for 6 years on the island, visiting it between 75-100 times.There is no financial incentive for Mr Scully to tell his version. It was also the last interview he could give before testifying in Washington D.C. 

He recounts his time visiting the island while Prince Andrew was there. He addressed him as “Your Highness” and Prince Andrew replied with “Just Andrew”. Mr Scully mentions seeing the young girl (Virginia Roberts Giuffre) standing with the Prince. He thought she was quite young. The Prince was quite handy with her. She did seem like a lost girl with the Prince’s wandering hands. 

He is telling this as he believes after seeing all that he did on the island, having 3 daughter’s of his own, it was time to speak out. He quit not long after seeing Prince Andrew with Virginia on the Island. He wouldn’t want his children around that environment. He also goes on to say that he wished he asked Virginia if she was okay that day. 

Mr Scully has nothing to lose or gain from speaking out. He is now behind closed doors, giving his deposition to the FBI. As he says, the truth must be told, and there is no hiding from the truth. Once it is out there, you can’t change it. 

We shall see if Prince Andrew can recall ever meeting this young lady he was photographed with at one time. If he is called up again, and not have his charges dismissed. 

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