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At the very bottom of yesterday’s filing of a protective order, Team Epstein’s Martin Weinberg signs his name like a second grader (see page ten). This isn’t Martin G. Weinberg, mature self-mythologized counselor, Mr Superlitigator who looks down at you with Olympian pity; this is

MAWNEBERG, boy in short pants still sweating over his cursive M.


But of course that probably ain’t his signature. In the status-crazed world of the courts, you need to signal that you’re far too busy – and far too contemptuous of the other side – and far too supplied with assistants – to take time out for something as pedestrian as a signature. This kiddie-scrawl is the work of some squirrely little summer intern.

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3 Responses to “Epstein’s Attorney Convicted of Underage Signature”

  1. Anon Says:

    Nah, I bet it’s an electronic signature. He probably had to do it on a track pad.

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Anon: Hadn’t thought of that.

  3. Anon Says:

    Sorry to ruin the fun.

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