Alfredo Rodriguez

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Alfredo Rodriguez (1954-2014) was a house manager for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. He later testified that he “saw numerous underage girls coming into Epstein’s mansion for purported ‘massages’” and that Alan Dershowitz was at Epstein’s house at times when under age females were being molested there by Epstein.

Rodriguez took a journal in which Epstein logged his contact details and did not mention it to officials who were investigating Epstein. An FBI agent who later reviewed the material agreed it was information "that would have been extremely useful in investigating and prosecuting the case [against Epstein], including names and contact information of material witnesses and additional victims". Rodriguez attempted to sell the book to lawyers for $50,000 in August 2009 - by which time Epstein had already been sentenced and released from jail. The lawyers contacted the FBI, who sent an undercover agent to buy the book from Rodriguez. He was then arrested, charged with obstruction of justice, and, in June 2010, sentenced to 18 months in jail.

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