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The Jeffrey Epstein story is going to far outlive Jeffrey Epstein, with MIT in the crosshairs — and Harvard on deck, Axios' Felix Salmon reports.
Between the lines: Epstein would allegedly engineer a donation from Leon Black, the chairman and CEO of private equity giant Apollo, or from other undefiled third parties. (Black declined to comment, as did MIT and MacMillan.)
The bottom line: Thanks to his enablers, Epstein's post-conviction life was filled with money, access and esteem.
What's next: Epstein's MIT ties pale in comparison to the amount of time, money, and attention he lavished on his beloved Harvard.
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