Sitting on Evidence

There are perfectly good reasons why a law enforcement agency will sit on evidence rather than acting on it immediately. For instance, they may be using it to develop leads in a wide ranging case. OTOH, … well, given the FBI’s recent behavior, these items in the recently unsealed papers from the Guiffre v. Maxwell lawsuit might cause some eyebrows to raise.

This is from the Plaintiff’s Response to the Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment— This is from Plaintiff’s Statement of Contested Facts—

Hmmmmm.

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