Jeffrey Epstein’s death Aug. 10 by apparent suicide in his Manhattan jail cell may have ended the criminal case against the disgraced 66-year-old financier, who had been accused of trafficking women and underage girls for sex, but a federal investigation into the conduct of associates remains ongoing.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Monday said he was “appalled” by Epstein’s death in a special housing unit at Metropolitan Correctional Center over the weekend.

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