The Legal Case Against Weinstein's Suppression Efforts

By Lynne Bernabei and Kristen Sinisi (January 16, 2018, 12:38 PM EST) -- For decades, disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein succeeded in silencing his victims. Authorities in three different countries are now considering whether to bring criminal charges against him, but will he have the same success burying information in the courts as he did on the job?

More than eighty women have spoken up publicly about Weinstein's pattern of sexual assault spanning more than three decades. A recent report from The New Yorker substantiated the fear Weinstein's victims faced in coming forward. The Hollywood mogul did not limit his retribution to empty threats. Weinstein engaged private intelligence companies — Kroll and Black Cube...

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