In a rare, perhaps unprecedented, move by a judge, the alleged victims of sexual abuser Jeffrey Epstein are expected to be offered the chance to speak this morning at a posthumous hearing in Manhattan federal court concerning Epstein’s criminal prosecution.

Epstein, convicted years ago in Florida of sexually abusing underage girls and recently charged anew with sexual trafficking and conspiracy by Manhattan prosecutors, died due to what officials have ruled was a suicide while he was detained awaiting trial.

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