For Immediate Release
Brett Abrams, email@example.com
UltraViolet Urged Acosta to Resign, Congress to Investigate Epstein’s Enablers
WASHINGTON - Moments ago, it was reported that Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta has resigned amidst the growning controversy that he granted a sweetheart deal that allowed convicted sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein to plead to two state prostitution charges and serve out 13 months of an 18-month sentence prison sentence when Acosta was U.S. attorney in the Southern District of Florida.
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