ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office won’t say whether it plans to expand its investigation into Jeffrey Epstein after The New York Times reported that the disgraced financier had planned to seed the human race with his DNA from his sprawling New Mexico ranch.
“Our view remains broad; nothing is off the table,” AG spokesman Matthew Baca said Thursday. “We’re taking a wide lens on that.”
Baca would not discuss the investigation except to say that the AG’s Office will continue to work and be in communication with federal authorities in the Epstein case. He has previously said state authorities were interviewing people who allege they were abused at the New Mexico ranch.