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JP Morgan head Jamie Dimon to be questioned under oath as to why he decided to retain Jeffrey Epstein as a client

Chase Bank has some questions to answer and now they will be answered under oath. According to reports, Dimon is set to face federal prosecutors in May against the backdrop of two lawsuits against the bank as a whole. Those lawsuits brought by one of Epstein ‘s many victims and the Virgin Islands both claim that the bank greatly profited from human trafficking and ultimately failed to intervene despite internal warnings that Epstein was using Chase for terrifying acts.

Dimon has long denied any wrongdoing and has long attempted to lay the blame for dealing with Epstein to former executive James Edward ‘Jes’ Staley.

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