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Prince Andrew’s accuser asks UK public for support

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By GREGORY KATZ

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She deserves support, what Andrew and others(Donny, Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz etc etc) did when hanging out with Epstein needs serious looking into.

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Considering the contradictories in personal accounts of Prince Andrew and this young woman, only Lucifer would know who told lie. Despite that, the whole "having-sex-with-underage-prostitute" saga would surely cast a dark shadow over the image and role of British monarchy in contemporary UK.

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the whole "having-sex-with-underage-prostitute" saga would surely cast a dark shadow over the image and role of British monarchy in contemporary UK.

He wouldn't be the only royal to "cast a shadow". His uncle was notorious. A monster.

Over the centuries, the royalty has used its position to take advantage of whoever it wanted to.

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Did he or didn't he? That photo of Prince Andrew with his arm around this girl when she was 17 will never go away. Do you think Prince Andrew will ever be allowed to visit the U.S. again free from the fear of being arrested & charged? It's a first of sorts, isn't it?

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In the car-crash interview with the BBC, Prince Andrew subconsciously disclosed, "if you’re a man it is a positive act to have sex with somebody." Unless it was misquoted, this statement could highly like indicate that this prince has a promiscuous nature and that having sex with Virginia Roberts in three occasions would be believable.

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I think she is volunteer to do those "Not moral deal" ! She couldnt be knowing nothing from the clients and she is not mentally lower than others!

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He wouldn't be the only royal to "cast a shadow". His uncle was notorious. A monster.

Not notorious enough for it to be clear who you're talking about.

Andrew's father was the only son among five children, and his mother was the eldest of two daughters - which is why she's the reigning monarch.

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She'll find that most people in the UK really don't care about this. Royal Fatigue has settled in with way to much press coverage over the last couple of years, particularly with Harry & Meghan. The British paparazzi seem to be the only lot that want to keep the Royals in the spotlight

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Lets ask a Few Straight questions to her.

So

1) Why now and not closer to the time of when the incidents she claimed happened ?

2) Trafficked of Willing accomplice ?

3) As the Photographs show, she was clearly having a Good time... was that make believe ? And if so, who did she confide with at the time or express her desire to escape ?

4) What of her Parents ? (Legal Guardians... did they sign her over as a sex slave or not simply just care about here whereabouts, activities ?)

I think this is a plain and simple US Legal money grab attempt. The US has a shiitty legal system that allows for attack first and go quiet later... hence my previous draconian Statement ... to protect the accused from a False Accuser.

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And... that should apply equally to Man in the Street as too Royalty. The US system has an unfair bias for initial accusations which leads to more damage to a person/entity than can be recouped by sueing afterwards. It's inline with the Shoot First ask questions later mentality and should be investigated by the International Court of Justice.

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She'll find that most people in the UK really don't care about this.

I disagree. people are talking about it, disbelieve Andrew and believe the women.

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