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Harvey Weinstein leaves court after prosecutors deliver closing arguments before jurors begin considering Weinstein's fate on Tuesday next week. Weinstein faces life imprisonment if convicted of predatory sexual assault charges in the high-profile trial that marks a watershed moment in the #MeToo global reckoning against men abusing positions of power. IMAGES

Added on the 14/02/2020 19:44:51 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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