Fresh Air For July 20, 2021: 'Perversion Of Justice' Revisits The Jeffrey Epstein Case Hear the Fresh Air program for July 20, 2021

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A member of the protest group Hot Mess holds up a sign of Jeffrey Epstein in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City in July 2019. Epstein died by asphyxiation in his cell a month later. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images hide caption

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Miami Journalist Says She Sought To Give Epstein's Victims The Chance To Speak

After Palm Beach sex offender Jeffrey Epstein received a lenient sentence for his crimes, journalist Julie K. Brown identified 80 women who had survived his abuse. Her book is Perversion of Justice.

A member of the protest group Hot Mess holds up a sign of Jeffrey Epstein in front of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City in July 2019. Epstein died by asphyxiation in his cell a month later. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images hide caption

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Everyone Heard About Jeffrey Epstein's Enablers. Few Listened To His Victims

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From WHYY in Philadelphia