Jeffrey Epstein Registered as a Sex Offender in 2 States. In New Mexico, He Didn’t Have To.

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The New York financier’s case points to the patchwork of laws around the country that govern the registration of sex offenders.

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Why Jeffrey Epstein Didn't Have To Register As A Sex Offender In New Mexico
Jeffrey Epstein avoided federal charges for molesting multiple underage victims. The reason he was able to get away for so long is because he agreed to register as a sex offender. But it has since been revealed that the disgraced financier didn't have to register as a sex offender in New Mexico. He owns a large ranch in New Mexico. That's because the one victim he admitted to molesting in the case was 17 at the time. The age of consent in New Mexico is 17.

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