Jan 28, 2020 ... LONDON (AP) — The pressure on Britain's disgraced Prince Andrew increased Tuesday after the revelation by U.S. authorities that he has ... New pressure on Prince Andrew to help Epstein investigation By GREGORY KATZJanuary 28, 2020 GMT LONDON (AP) — The pressure on Britain’s disgraced Prince Andrew increased Tuesday after the revelation by U.S. authorities that he has failed to cooperate with the FBI’s investigation into his ties with the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Lawyer Lisa Bloom, who represents five of Epstein’s alleged sexual trafficking victims, said Tuesday that it’s time for Andrew “to stop playing games and to come forward to do the right thing and answer questions.” Bloom said her clients were “outraged and disappointed at Prince Andrew’s behavior.” Andrew remained out of the public eye Tuesday. Buckingham Palace and his legal team maintained a “no comment” policy one day after U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said Andrew has provided “zero cooperation” to the FBI and the U.S. prosecutors seeking to speak with him about Epstein. The statement Monday by Berman, the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, was the first official confirmation that the leading U.S. law enforcement agency had sought — and failed — to obtain evidence from Andrew, third child of Queen Elizabeth II, despite his pledge in November that he would cooperate with legitimate law enforcement agencies. The U.S. decision to make the 59-year-old prince’s silence public may be part of a strategy to increase public calls for him to cooperate. Andrew is being sought for questioning as a witness who may be able to shed light on the illegal activities of Epstein, who died in a New York prison in August while awaiting trial on sexually abusing teenage girls. There’s no indication that U.S. officials are pursuing criminal charges against the prince.
Mar 9, 2020 ... Prince Andrew has "completely shut the door" on voluntarily cooperating with a US investigation into Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirators, ... Prince Andrew has 'completely shut the door' on cooperating with Epstein investigation, prosecutor says By Sonia Moghe and Rob Picheta, CNN Updated 2231 GMT (0631 HKT) March 9, 2020 Heat wave builds across the South this weekend Here's what Dr. Fauci is concerned about as states reopen Watch Trump appear to dismiss intel statement US plans underway to punish China for Covid-19 pandemic Another 3.8 million Americans file for unemployment benefits Maryland Governor locked down test kits 'like Fort Knox' Ex-Amazon employee says he was told to stay quiet on coronavirus fears Covid-19 patient survives life-threatening blood clot He's burying more bodies, but his government denies it's Covid-19 What Prince Andrew accuser's interview means for the royals People seek relocation to suburbs due to coronavirus Pandemic experts issue sobering warning about future North Korea says Kim Jong Un made public appearance Listen to one Tyson employee's message to Donald Trump Biden denies former staffer's sexual assault allegation Ohio's slow reopening plan is frustrating local businesses US makes big bet on vaccine company with unproven technology Heat wave builds across the South this weekend Here's what Dr. Fauci is concerned about as states reopen Watch Trump appear to dismiss intel statement US plans underway to punish China for Covid-19 pandemic Another 3.8 million Americans file for unemployment benefits Maryland Governor locked down test kits 'like Fort Knox' Ex-Amazon employee says he was told to stay quiet on coronavirus fears
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Jan 29, 2020 ... Andrew had said that he was willing to speak to authorities with his attorneys' backing in a November interview with the BBC, but reportedly ... CBS NewsCBS Evening NewsCBS This MorningCTM Saturday48 Hours60 MinutesSunday MorningFace The NationCBSN Originals By ELIZABETH ELKIND CBS NEWS January 29, 2020, 12:07 PM "Growing frustration" in royal family over Prince Andrew's role in Epstein investigation Share Tweet Reddit Flipboard Email There is a "growing frustration" among members of the U.K. royal family over international attention on Prince Andrew's ties to the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case, The Sunday Times' Roya Nikkhah told "CBS This Morning." Authorities publicly called out the prince for refusing to cooperate with authorities in a Monday press conference. Five Epstein accusers said they were outraged over Prince Andrew's alleged refusal to help federal investigators. Andrew had said that he was willing to speak to authorities with his attorneys' backing in a November interview with the BBC, but reportedly claims that nobody had reached out to him. "I have to say I'm not really that surprised," Nikkhah said. "I've seen the reports overnight of Andrew saying actually, 'you know, this isn't true, I will provide testimony if I'm asked to'." Reports of nobody reaching out to him are "absolutely not true," Nikkhah added. She revealed that Gloria Allred, who is representing several accusers, gave The Sunday Times a letter she sent to Andrew in early December asking him to assist U.S. prosecutors with the case against Jeffrey Epstein. The Duke of York has not yet replied. Still, Nikkah said, Queen Elizabeth still holds her second son in high regard. "She sticks by him. We saw her out riding with him, we saw her at church with him last week," but the extended family is frustrated that he seems to be providing "fuel" to the ongoing controversy.
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Jan 27, 2020 ... FBI calls for Prince Andrew in Jeffrey Epstein investigationThe Duke of York stepped back from his public royal duties and cited his former ... Federal prosecutors in New York and FBI ask to interview Prince Andrew as part of Epstein investigation U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman announced the news Monday. FBI calls for Prince Andrew in Jeffrey Epstein investigation The Duke of York stepped back from his public royal duties and cited his former friendship with Epstein as a "disruption," and offered to help law enforcement, but investigators said he has not. Julian Finney/Getty Images, FILE Federal prosecutors in New York along with the FBI have asked to interview Prince Andrew as part of their ongoing criminal investigation into Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirators, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman for the Southern District of New York said Monday. "The Southern District of New York and the FBI have contacted Prince Andrew's attorneys and requested to interview Prince Andrew, and to date, Prince Andrew has provided zero cooperation," Berman said while standing on the front doorstep of Epstein's former East 71st Street mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where you can still see where the initials "J.E." were pasted on the inner wall. MORE: Prince Andrew, Jeffrey Epstein accuser speaks out: 'This is a story of being trafficked' "He publicly offered, indeed in a press release, to cooperate with law enforcement investigating the crimes committed by Jeffrey Epstein and his co-conspirators," Berman said. Berman declined to elaborate on what prosecutors would like to know from Prince Andrew, although he said Epstein could not have committed the crimes he did without help from co-conspirators.
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THE SUICIDE OF MR. EDWARD ANDREWS.; Investigation by Coroner Collin. Aug. 28, 1865. SKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO SITE INDEX THE SUICIDE OF MR. EDWARD ANDREWS.; Investigation by Coroner Collin. Credit...The New York Times Archives See the article in its original context from August 28, 1865, Page 2Buy Reprints TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. The evening newspapers of Thursday last, having given currency to a sensation tale concerning a mysterious death at a hotel in Union-square, on Sunday night, the 20th instant, and not a little gossip having been set adrift, Coroner COLLIN impanneled a jury yesterday, and examined witnesses with a view to ascertaining the circumstances under which Mr. EDWARD ANDREWS died and was taken to Greenwood Cemetery without the permit of a Coroner. We reproduce the testimony, without comment, as far as it has been taken, as follows: Henry C. Fling, one of the proprietors of the Union-place Hotel, sworn -- At about 9 o'clock last Sunday evening one of my hall-boys came into the dining-room and told me that deceased had delirium tremens and had gone down Broadway; I went out and found him near the corner of Broadway and Fourteenth-street; he came back to the office, and I bade him go up stairs; I then called my clerk and two or three of the waiters and one of the bell-boys, to take care of him; I then sent another boy for his brother, to whom I said that deceased had the tremens, and that I wanted him to take care of him; he readily consented, and went up stairs to deceased's room, and my men came down; within an hour after deceased's brother had gone up to his room I heard a scream outside, and saw a man running; I went out and found deceased lying on the sidewalk; we immediately took him into a bedchamber, and one of my boys went to summon Dr. Newby, while another went for another physician; deceased lived until about 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon; the Doctor said that there must be either a post-mortem examination or a Coroner's inquest, and a post-mortem was accordingly held on the body; which was taken from my house on Tuesday.