Prince Andrew, Duke of York Offers Zero Co-operation In Epstein Inquiry
US Prosecutor who's in charge of the Epstein Inquiry said that he is unwilling to co-operate despite previously saying he would help.
Prosecutors and the FBI have contacted the Duke Of York's lawyers but have yet to receive a reply.
What Has Prince Andrew - Duke Of York Said?
Prince Andrew says he did not see or suspect, any suspicious behaviour when visiting homes of his then friend.
Buckingham Palace has said the prince's legal team was dealing with the issue.
though it also added,
"it would not be commenting further on this matter."
The Convicted sex-offender Jeff Epstein took his own life in jail in August of 2019, age 66, while awaiting trial for sex trafficking and other conspiracy charges.
Mr Berman, US Attorney for the South District of New York, has said the FBI and South District of New York had requested an interview with Prince Andrew duke, as part of their inquiry into Epstein's crimes, but to date, he hasn't given any cooperation.
Prince Andrew has been accused of totally lacking empathy for the Epstein's victims.
In his Newsnight interview, he was failing to show any regrets over their friendship.
Shortly after it was broadcast, the prince announced he was stepping back from royal duties for the "foreseeable future" because the Jeff Epstein scandal had become a "major disruption" to the British Royal Family.
Though, At the time, he said he was,
"willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency".
The lawyer for Epstein's victims has since said he plans to serve subpoenas for the prince to be questioned under oath.
Prince Andrew still denies any sexual relations with 17-Year-Old Girl.