Career prosecutors say two central witnesses carry too many credibility problems.
Federal career prosecutors are not recommending any sex trafficking charges against U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, according to The Washington Post.
That likely means Gaetz will not face charges in U.S. District Court related to allegations he transported a minor across state lines. While a final decision has not yet been made by U.S. District Attorneys handling the case, the Post notes that it is rare that career prosecutors ignore such recommendations.
Sources told the Post that any case against Gaetz ultimately relies on witness testimony from two individuals who lack
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