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The prince and the sex offender

Overlooking the Atlantic’s azure waters along the coast of Palm Beach, Fla., extends a seemingly endless line of megamansions, hidden behind tall walls. There, some of the planet’s richest people play host to glamorous balls and parties. But in one of those houses, tucked away on El Brillo Way and once guarded by winged gargoyles, such glamour collided with scandal. Full Article

Related: Palace takes unusual step to deny Prince Andrew underage sex claims

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  1. Eric Knight

    Why does the Prince get a break? There are thousands of registrants undergoing all sorts of the horrors that they face on a daily basis who did LESS than what his Royal Highness did. I’m surprised that the local Florida DA isn’t ramping up the hate about this yet.

  2. Harry

    “…extends a seemingly endless line of megamansions, hidden behind tall walls. There, some of the planet’s richest people play host to glamorous balls and parties…” Behind those doors are 1000’s more sex offenders that will never be caught, because they are rich and they have power.

  3. Tired of hiding

    It’s the same old song and dance that has gone on since day one…If you are rich you can get away with murder or in this case sex with underage girls.

    There have always been class differences based on wealth and the ways that the legal system deals with members of both classes.

    “Money makes the world go round” + “The rich get richer and the poor get poorer” – these cliches exist because they are the simplest way of explaining the ugly truth.

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