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Operation Fairbank will not call Prince Andrew or Victoria Roberts

by | 8th, April 2015

Virginia RobertsThe story of Prince Andrew and Virginia Roberts, the woman who claims to have shagged ‘Randy Andy’ when working as a 17-year-old “sex slave” is dead. The Prince will not stand in the dock and defend his name. British police will not see the Queen’s son as part of their Operation Fairbank investigation into historial sex abuse at institutions across the UK.

Roberts alleges her employer Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted peadophile (and billionaire genius), forced her to have sex with his friend Prince Andrew on three occassions. He denies it.

Now in the US, Florida District Judge Kenneth Marra says her “lurid” claims are “unncecesary” and “immaterial” “at this juncture” to the civil case women have brought against the US Government for a secret plea deal with Epstein that saw him serve minimal jail time for sex ofences with a minor.

Roberts had been trying to add her name to the lititgation.

Judge Marra has refused her request to join the claim. So. Allegations against Andrew should be erased from all court records – not that he was ever named in them.

If Roberts isn’t in on the case then her claims againt Airmiles Andy are irrelevant to it.

This story is covered deep inside the tabloids. What once was front-page news is now an after-thought:

Daily Mirror Page 4:  “Andrew ‘sex slave’ claims are removed from court records”

Daily Star Page 9: “Prince Andrew In Clear in Sex Rap”

“However he [Judge Marra] made no  comment on the accuracy of Ms Roberts’s allegations. She may still appear as a witness when the long-running case is finally heard”

The Sun Page 4: “Andrew in Sex Claim Victory”

Daily Mail Page 10: “Andrew sex slave claims thrown out by US judge”

Only the Daily Express leads with his story. It says the Judge “gave a huge boost to the Duke of York in his effrost to clear his name”.

Clear his name from what? Nothing happened? Unless, Roberts seeks to write a book and make further claims againt the Prince and he opts to contest them in a court of law…

 

 



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